two - Criminal law Chapt 2 Study guide 1. Crimes which are...

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Criminal law Chapt 2 Study guide 1. Crimes which are bad in themselves (morally as well as legally wrong) are referred to as: a. mala prohibita b. mala in se c. moral turpitude crimes b. felonies 2. In jurisdictions where a felony is defined by the length of the sentence, the felony label is attached because of: a. the maximum sentence that could be imposed b. the actual sentence imposed c. the mean of the maximum sentence and the actual sentence d. the place of imprisonment 3. It is a principal of law that: a. with the exception of the U.S. Supreme Court, most courts try to rule that statutes are constitutional. b. most courts try to hold statutes unconstitutional c. courts will only find statutes constitutional d. courts will try to rule that statutes are constitutional 4. If Jones commits an act which is not criminal but one month later is made a crime, Jones cannot be prosecuted because, as it applies to him the law is: a. mala prohibita b. mala in se c. corpus delicti d. ex posto facto
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This note was uploaded on 07/31/2011 for the course CJ 101 taught by Professor Idk during the Spring '11 term at San Jacinto.

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