Corporations cannot be held criminally liable if they

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Corporations cannot be held criminally liable if they hold training sessions routinely for their executives
Question 372.5 / 2.5 points If two offenders commit the same crime together, the courts will treat them:
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Question 382.5 / 2.5 points At modern law, a corporation can be held criminally liable for the actions of its agents if two conditions are met. First the agents must be acting within the scope of their employment. The second condition is the:
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corporate veil can be pierced. Question 392.5 / 2.5 points For accomplice liability, there are two levels of mens rea. First, the accomplice must have some desire to help the primary offender. The second level of mens rea is which of the following?
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Question 402.5 / 2.5 points Assistance is offered by physical conduct, omission (assuming the person who failed to act had a duty to act), and which of the following? Question options: Undue influence Driving the getaway car Acting as a silent crime partner Psychological influence
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