Full Final Outline for Crim Law - Crimes: Assault -...

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Crimes: Assault - Performing an act that is likely to result in bodily harm or offensive or rude touching of the victim or placing the victim in apprehension that he will suffer bodily harm - Specific intent to cause bodily harm or offensive touching of the victim, or specific intent to create apprehension in mind of victim that he will suffer bodily harm Battery - Application of physical force on another person that results in bodily injury or is rude or offensive and has general intent. Kidnapping - Unlawful confinement and Movement of a person a substantial distance, by force, threat of force or deception, against the person’s will (without consent). Has general intent. False Imprisonment - Unlawfully restraining, confining, or detaining another person, by force or threat of force, and compelling the other person to remain or to go somewhere against the person’s will. Has General Intent Rape - Unlawful sexual intercourse with a person, without the person’s consent, by means of force, threat of force (fear), or fraud. General Intent. Murder - The unlawful killing, causing the death, of another human being with malice aforethought o Malice is proven if there was either: intent to cause great bodily injury, intent to kill, a depraved heart/ Extreme Recklessness, or a felony murder 1 st Degree Murder - Murder with premeditation and deliberation - Some forms of felony murder - Other special statutes Felony Murder - The Unlawful killing of a person during an act of a committed felony. o Felony duration is extended until the criminal reaches a place of temporary safety - Mens: is the same as the felony o Concrete Theory: States the actual facts and circumstances of a particular case, and weigh if it was a inherently dangerous felony, that carries a high probability that death will occur. o Abstract Theory: Does the nature of the felony by its very nature carry a high probability that a death will occur. Manslaughter - The unlawful killing of another human being without Malice aforethought o Voluntary Manslaughter: Murder w/o malice because of a negator like heat of passion or Extreme emotional disturbance, mistaken justification, diminished capacity o Involuntary Manslaughter Criminally negligent Unlawful act manslaughter (Misdemeanor manslaughter) Larceny
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- Trespassory (non-consensual) taking and Carrying away personal property of another with the intent to permanently deprive the possessor of possession. Larceny By Trick - Obtaining possession of another by fraud with the intent to permanently deprive the possessor of possession. Robbery
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