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2002 Criminal Law

2002 Criminal Law - EXAM NO CRIMINAL LAW Section A1 Final...

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EXAM NO. CRIMINAL LAW Section A1 Final Examination December 19,2002 2% Hours 990-11:30 TE-IIS EXAMINATION MUST BE RETURNED WITH YOUR BLli'EBOOKS " S t o p I'ZZ have a heart attack'" OPEN BOOK Instructions The three problems are of uneaual weight in grading. Each is worth a point value proportionate to its suggested time. Budget your time accordingly. Answer all the questions reasonablv raised in each problem even thou& vour resolution of a prior issue in the same problem mav technicallv 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 $ A1 -2- EXAM NO. I. (60 Minutes) Consider the following facts: "On the evening of November 24,1996, Herman Shaw was driving around when he spotted his friend Lacue and agreed to take him to find someone who owed him money. When that person did not have Lacue's money, Shaw and Lacue continued driving around, during which time Lacue showed Shaw he had a gun. At some point, they also discussed taking Lacue to get drugs in order to sell them and make money. "Lacue eventually decided that they should rob a Subway due to its lack of security cameras. Lacue gave Shaw money and instructed him to walk inside and buy a sandwich; Shaw complied. A few minutes later, Lacue walked in, pointed his gun at the Subway employee, and requested money. When the employee ran in the back, Shaw and Lacue ran out of the store. "Still needing money and looking for someone to rob, Lacue advised Shaw that he planned to call a taxi, get inside, and rob the driver. Shaw responded, 'I'm not with that. I'm not fixing to get in no car with nobody, you know, with no cab driver . . . . I just follow you.' They stopped at a 7-Eleven, where Lacue used a pay phone to call a taxi. The taxi anived and Lacue got in. Although Shaw followed, he eventually lost the taxi. In a taped statement to the police, Shaw said that he and Lacue never discussed what would happen after the robbery; Shaw simply understood that he would pick up Lacue and take him wherever he wanted to go.
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