22.What is that attempt at scientific analysis of all causes of crime.a.Sociology of lawc. cause and effectsb.Penologyd. criminal etiology23. They introduced the application of mitigating circumstances in imposing penalties24.Sutherland explains that criminal behavior is not an invention criminal himself but developed in the process of association with others. this theory present:25.In bringing the offender to the folds of the law and assessing in their conviction what is the role of the police when the case is under that.26.This theory holds that people learn criminal justices attitudes and behavior while in their adolescene from close and trusted friends and/or relatives.a.Neutral theory b.Culture conflict theoryc.Theory of anomie d.Differential association theory27.It explains the rule of physical and mental condition the
individuals prior or after the
commission of criminal acts.
28.This consist of the conditions and factors that surround and influence the individual29.Crimes committed by persons who usually occupy key positions, maintains prestige and highsocial are referred as_30.One who is not actually acquainted with is victim, he selects victim at random.a.Opportunistic offenderb.Target offender c.Neurotic offenderd.Psychotic offender31.Classical schools differ from Positivist School on the premise that classical is for definite sentence while positivist is for: 32.A doctrine which criminals were seen as distinct types of humans who could be distinguished from non-criminals by
certain physical traits.