b No because the law said so c Yes if the crime is so violent d No for a person

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b.No, because the law said so,c.Yes, if the crime is so violent.d.No, for a person to be held liable for a criminal act he should also have a criminal mind.6. Which of the following is not a Fundamental Principles in Criminal Responsibility?a.A sane man is assumed to be wholly responsible for the consequence of his criminal act.b.A person who commits a criminal act is presumed to be sane. c.There cannot be a guilty act unless there is a guilty mind.d.None of the above.7. Which of the following is not a correct distinction between feign insanity and true insanity?
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8. What type of impulsion is an irresistible impulse to set things afire? 9. What type of impulsion is an irresistible impulse to indulge in intoxication either in alcohol or drugs?10. What type of impulsion is an irresistible impulse to steal articles of not much value?a.Pyromaniab.Kleptomaniac.Mutilomaniad.Dipsomania
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  • Fall '18
  • Jane Blair
  • criminal law, Insanity defense

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