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38. Adam is certain that he is not old enough to get in trouble for the crime of attempted murder. His lawyer explains to him that there is a conclusive presumption of incapacity for a child under age ____ and that he is legally allowed to be charged for these crimes.a. 7b. 10c. 14d. 18ANSWER: aREFERENCES: Criminal DefensesPREFACE NAME: CASE 4.2LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ITCJ.SIWO.16.4.7 - Be able to discuss excuse and justification defenses for crime.KEYWORDS: Bloom's: Apply39. Adam tells his attorney he should not be responsible for these charges because he was drunk when he went to the school to commit these offenses and that he did not know what he was doing. Under which circumstance would Adam possibly have a legitimate defense of intoxication?a. He voluntarily drank the alcohol in his house that his mother left in an unlocked liquor cabinet.b. He drank only beer and not the vodka that was available.c. He became intoxicated when he drank the juice in the refrigerator that he did not know was spiked with rum, and the alcohol mixed with his medication for his bipolar disorder.d. His mother would often serve Adam alcohol during their homeschooling sessions.ANSWER: cREFERENCES: Criminal DefensesPREFACE NAME: CASE 4.2LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ITCJ.SIWO.16.4.7 - Be able to discuss excuse and justification defenses for crime.KEYWORDS: Bloom's: Apply40. In the jurisdiction where Adam is being charged with attempted murder, they use the Irresistible Impulse test in determining insanity. What are the requirements of the Irresistible Impulse test?a. The defendant could not tell “right from wrong.”b. The defendant did know that his actions were illegal, but because of a mental impairment, he couldn’t control his behavior.c. The unlawful act was the product of mental illness.d. There is a lack of substantial capacity to control one’s behavior.ANSWER: bREFERENCES: Criminal DefensesPREFACE NAME: CASE 4.2LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ITCJ.SIWO.16.4.7 - Be able to discuss excuse and justification defenses for crime.
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KEYWORDS: Bloom's: Analyze41. Adam’s lawyer attempts to have Adam’s confession thrown out of the criminal trial as evidence because he believes the confession was obtained unfairly. Which amendment will Adam’s lawyer use to argue against the use of his confession?a. Fourthb. Fifthc. Sixthd. EighthANSWER: bREFERENCES: The Law of Criminal ProcedurePREFACE NAME: CASE 4.2LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ITCJ.SIWO.16.4.9 - Know which amendments to the Constitution are the most important to the justice system.KEYWORDS: Bloom's: Apply

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