p 42 Burglary is defined as the taking of property in the possession of another

P 42 burglary is defined as the taking of property in

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14.(p. 42)Burglary is defined as the taking of property in the possession of another person against that person’s will. Bloom’s: KnowledgeLearning Outcomes: 3.3 Discuss several common crimes of particular concern to business and employees. 15.(p. 41)Arson includes the various forms of theft, robbery, hijacking,embezzlement, and shoplifting. Bloom’s: KnowledgeLearning Outcomes: 3.3 Discuss several common crimes of particular concern to business and employees.16.(p. 42)Only the receiver of a bribe can be charged with the offenseof bribery.FALSEBloom’s: KnowledgeLearning Outcomes: 3.3 Discuss several common crimes of particular concern to business and employees. 17.(p. 43)The crime of forgery consists of wrongfully making or altering the writings of another with the intent to defraud. Bloom’s: KnowledgeLearning Outcomes: 3.3 Discuss several common crimes of particular concern to business and employees. Multiple Choice Questions
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18.(p. 38)The law enforcement authorities of federal, state, and local governments enforce specific laws called: Bloom’s: KnowledgeLearning Outcomes: 3.1 Def ne crime and distinguish between crimes and torts. 19.(p. 38)A private wrong that causes injury to physical well-being, property, or reputation of another person is called: A.a tort.B. a crime.C. an execution.D. a misunderstanding.Bloom’s: KnowledgeLearning Outcomes: 3.1 Def ne crime and distinguish between crimes and torts. 20.(p. 38)What makes a particular act a crime is determined by the: Bloom’s: KnowledgeLearning Outcomes: 3.1 Def ne crime and distinguish between crimes and torts.21.(p. 38)A violation of a statute is a(n):
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Bloom’s: KnowledgeLearning Outcomes: 3.1 Def ne crime and distinguish between crimes and torts. 22.(p. 38)Crimes are classified into three groups according to the seriousness of the offense. They are: Bloom’s: KnowledgeLearning Outcomes: 3.2 Identify the three major classifications of crimes. 23.(p. 39)Misdemeanor is a less serious offense than a: A.felony.B. civil wrong.C. tort.D. white-collar crime.Bloom’s: Knowledge Learning Outcomes: 3.2 Identify the three major classifications of crimes.
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