79.Joe Smith suffers from paranoid schizophrenia. He has been under a doctor’s care for tenyears, but often stops taking his medication because he thinks he’s cured. While off his medication, Joe steals a car to “escape from a CIA hit man,” accidentally running over and seriously injuring a pedestrian in the process. Joe is arrested and charged with several felonies. His public defender believes he is not guilty by reason of insanity. Which of the following is true regarding the use of the insanity defense in this case?a.In addition to the burden of proving the elements of the offense, the prosecution bears theadditional burden of proving the defendant is not insane.b. With increasing public awareness regarding mental illnesses, the insanity defense has become more commonly presented and is often successful.c.The defense bears the burden of proving the defendant’s insanity, often an expensive proposition. d. If acquitted, Joe will likely spend less time in a mental facility than in jail or prison.REF:4880. Uniformed officers are driving a marked car into an area known for heavy drug trafficking, intending to investigate drug activity and anticipating encountering drug customers and lookouts. One officer sees the suspect standing next to a building and holding an opaque bag. The suspect looks in the direction of the officers and flees. The officers turn their car, watch the suspect run through an alley, and eventually corner him on the street. One officer leaves the car, stops the defendant, and conducts a frisk of the defendant, discovering a concealed handgun.Which of the following statements is true regarding the legality of the “stop and frisk”?REF:34-35The creation of "designer drugs" is outspacing the ability of society to enact laws to prohibit them. Many of these substances have negative side effects, ranging from violent behavior to death.Which of the following responses to the problem above would bestfit the "due process" model or philosophy?
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