1991 Criminal Law - EXAM NO. CRIMINAL LAW Section B Final...

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EXAM NO. CRIMINAL LAW Section B Final Examination December 9, 1991 Two and 1/2 Hours 1: 00-3: 30 THIS EXAMINATION MUST BE RETURNED WITH YOUR BLUEBOOKS "No, ma'am, I'm afraid we can't shoot them all just to be on the safe side." OPEN BOOK Instructions The three problems are of equal weight in grading. Budget your time accordingly. Answer all the questions reasonably raised in each problem even thouqh your resolution of a prior issue in the same problem may technically make decision of the other issues immaterial. If you believe that you need more facts than are presented to adequately resolve an issue, indicate specifically what facts you believe you need and why. Specific citations to cases are welcome but not as a substitute for thinking, i.e. do not use case citations instead of clearly stating the relevant point of law.
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CRIMINAL LAW S B EXAM NO. Consider the following set of.facts: "At approximately 9:30 p.m. on June 17, 1988, Maggie Hughes stopped at a Houston Texaco gas station to buy a cold drink. She left her six-year-old daughter, Danielle, and her infant daughter, Kanditz, in her car while she went in the station. AS she was making her purchase, she saw [a man later identified as Donald Mackey] jump into her car and drive away. Danielle jumped out of the car when it slowed down. Mackey testified that he did not realize that a baby was in the front seat until about thirty minutes later when he was across town from the Texaco station. He stopped the car,
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