Question 7 0 out of 7 points in which of the

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Question 7 0 out of 7 points In which of the following situations is defendant most likely to be guilty of common law murder:
Question 8 0 out of 7 points The statute provides: “Rape is sexual intercourse with a person who does not consent to the sexual intercourse, under any of the following conditions: (1) when the sex is obtained by using force or the threat of force; or (2) when the victim is incapable of giving consent because of the effect of any alcoholic liquor, narcotic, drug, or other substance.” Charlie and Debbie went to a bar. Both drank heavily, and Debbie began to stumble and slur her words. Charlie asked Debbie if she wanted to go home with him, and Debbie nodded her head yes. At Charlie’s home, Charlie began to fondle Debbie. Debbie was too drunk to fight back, or even to make a sound decision about whether or not she wanted to have sex with Charlie. Charlie removed Debbie’s clothes and had sexual intercourse with her. Under the MPC, did Charlie commit rape?
Question 9 7 out of 7 points John was fired from his job. Too proud to apply for unemployment benefits, he used his savings to feed his family. When one of his children became ill, he did not seek medical attention for the child at a state clinic because he did not want to accept what he regarded as charity. Eventually, weakened by malnutrition, the child died as a result of the illness. John has committed:
Answer: manslaughter Question 10 7 out of 7 points Defendant, an avid fan of his hometown football team, shot at the leg of a star player for a rival team, intending to injure his leg enough to hospitalize him for a few weeks, but not kill him. The victim died of loss of blood. Select the most serious offense of which the defendant could properly be convicted under Common Law:

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