22.The threat must be immediate and inescapable.ANSWER: ca. case law negligencec. statute jurisdictionANSWER: dREFERENCES: Which Defenses Are Available Under Criminal Law?LEARNING OBJECTIVES: CRIM.GAIN.15.03.03 – 03.03KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remember19.
19. The authority of a court to hear and decide cases within an area of the law or a geographic territory is the definition of what term?20.21.REFERENCES: What Are The Written Sources of American Criminal Law?
20.20. Which of the following is NOT a basic element of corpus delicti?21.
22.REFERENCES: What Are The Elements Of A Crime?LEARNING OBJECTIVES: CRIM.GAIN.15.03.02 – 03.02KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remember21.21. Most hate crimes are motivated by which of the following?22.
23.REFERENCES: What Are The Elements of a Crime?LEARNING OBJECTIVES: CRIM.GAIN.15.03.02 – 03.02KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remember22.22. When a person desires to engage in certain criminal conduct or to cause a certain criminal result is the definition of what term?23.
24.REFERENCES: What Are The Elements of a Crime?LEARNING OBJECTIVES: CRIM.GAIN.15.03.02 – 03.02
23.23. Which of the following is not a category protected under hate crimes laws?24.
a. gender ethnicityc. race socioeconomic statusANSWER: d25.REFERENCES: What Are The Elements of a Crime?LEARNING OBJECTIVES: CRIM.GAIN.15.03.02 – 03.02KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remember24.24. Which of the following is NOT one of the “legal functions” of the law?25.
26.REFERENCES: Why Do Societies Need Laws?25.25. The purpose of the “social function” of the law is important for which of the following reasons?26.a. To express public morality and protect27.To express public morality and teach societal boundaries.28.c. To protect society and punish those who have29.To punish those who have harmed and teach societal boundaries.ANSWER: bREFERENCES: Why Do Societies Need Laws?LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
CRIM.GAIN.15.03.01 – 03.01
KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remember26.26. Which of the following is NOT one of the reasons behind the three tests of insanity used by American courts?27.a. He or she lacked substantial capacity to appreciate the wrongfulness of his or her28.He or she lacked the age to fully understand the impact and wrongfulness of his or her conduct.29.c. He or she may have known the criminal act was wrong, however, some irresistible impulse resulting from a mental deficiency drove him or her to commit the