34.34. What kind of law is the body of law enacted by legislative bodies?35. a. case law constitutional lawc. administrative law statutory lawANSWER: d36.REFERENCES: What Are The Written Sources of American Criminal Law?LEARNING OBJECTIVES: CRIM.GAIN.15.03.01 – 03.01KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remember 35.35. Which of the following is the constitutional requirement that laws used in accusing and convicting persons of crime must be fair?36. 37.REFERENCES: How Do Criminal Procedures Protect Our Constitutional Rights?
LEARNING OBJECTIVES: CRIM.GAIN.15.03.05 – 03.05KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remember 36.36. The Eight Amendment to the Constitution protects against which of the following?37. punishment38.REFERENCES: How Do Criminal Procedures Protect Our Constitutional Rights?LEARNING OBJECTIVES: CRIM.GAIN.15.03.05 – 03.05KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remember 37.37. An order that requires jailers to bring a person before a court or judge and explain why the person is being held in prison is called a:38. 39.REFERENCES: What Are The Elements of a Crime?LEARNING OBJECTIVES: CRIM.GAIN.15.03.02 – 03.02KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remember38.38. If four people physically remove a friend from her residence onthe property of a religious cult, and argue that the crime of kidnapping was justified in order to remove the victim from the damaging influence of cult leaders, what defense would they be using?39.a. insanity necessity
40.c. duress self-defenseANSWER: bREFERENCES: Which Defenses are Available Under Criminal Law?LEARNING OBJECTIVES: CRIM.GAIN.15.03.04 – 03.04KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remember 39.39. What Amendment to the Constitution holds that no warrants may be issued without probable cause?40. 41.REFERENCES: How Do Criminal Procedures Protect Our Constitutional Rights?LEARNING OBJECTIVES: CRIM.GAIN.15.03.05 – 03.05KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remember 40.40. What would the defense be for a woman, thinking that her divorce in another state has been finalized when it has not, marries for asecond time, thereby committing bigamy?41. 42.REFERENCES: How Do Criminal Procedures Protect Our Constitutional Rights?LEARNING OBJECTIVES: CRIM.GAIN.15.03.05 – 03.05
KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: RememberAccording to police investigators, Rickie Lee Fowler was angry about beingthrown out of a family member’s house in California’s San Bernardino Mountains. As retaliation, Fowler started one of the largest wildfires in state history. Known as the Old Fire, the 91,000-acre blaze lasted nine days, destroyed 1,003 homes, and caused the deaths of five men. Fowler was eventually convicted on two counts of arson and five counts of murder. In January 2013, a jury sentenced him to be executed. “You’re not going to find abetter case than this for the death penalty,” said San Bernardino County deputy district attorney Robert Bullock.
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