Joe's parents can be held criminally liable for Joe's actions if he is under the age of 12 Joe's parents cannot be held criminally liable for Joe's actions if they do their best to control him but fail Joe's parents can be charged with a misdemeanor for failing to prevent Joe from committing crimes Joe's parents cannot be held criminally liable for Joe's actions Questio n 36 2.5 / 2.5 points Punishment for corporate criminal liability takes which of the following forms? Question options: Prison for the CEO, as well as a fine that equals punitive damages (a dollar amount intended to punish those at fault) Prison for the employee who committed the criminal act Prison for top executives Fines Questio n 37 2.5 / 2.5 points What is a crime that can only be committed by a specific person or class of individuals? Question options: Non-proxyable offense Liable-proxy offense Crime-by-proxy offense Proxy by conspiracy Questio n 38 2.5 / 2.5 points What is the term for an individual encouraging or assisting a crime who can be liable not only for the original crime, but also for any other offense that is a natural and probable consequence of the original crime? Question options: Pinkerton rule Accomplice liability doctrine Natural and probable consequences doctrine Wharton rule Questio n 39 2.5 / 2.5 points
At modern law, which of the following statements is TRUE about corporations being held criminally liable for the acts of their subordinates? Question options: Corporations can be held civilly liable but not criminally liable if they have policies in place intended to present such misconduct Corporations can be held criminally liable even if they have policies in place intended to prevent such misconduct Corporations cannot be held criminally liable if they have policies in place intended to prevent such misconduct Corporations cannot be held criminally liable if they hold training sessions routinely for their executives Questio n 40 2.5 / 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: Question options: doctrine of respondeat superior applies. corporation knew or should have known of the agent's criminal acts. agents were acting for the benefit of the corporation. corporate veil can be pierced.
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