a Formal crimes c Rational crimes b Informal crimes d Irrational crimes 61

A formal crimes c rational crimes b informal crimes d

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a.Formal crimesc. Rational crimesb.Informal crimesd. Irrational crimes61.Refers to the obligation or suffering the consequences of crime.a.Imputabilityc. Liabilityb.Culpabilityd. Responsibility62.A quality in which an act may be ascribed to a person as the authoror owner.a.Imputabilityc. Liabilityb.Culpabilityd. Responsibility63.Refers to felonies which the law imposes penalties which arecorrectional in nature.a.Grave c. Lightb.Less graved. Serious64.When the law attaches capital punishment or afflictive penaltiesthe felony is said to be?a.Gravec. Lightb.Less graved. Slight7
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65.Infractions to the law punishable by arresto menor or a fine notexceeding 200 pesos or both.a.Gravec. Lightb.Less graved. Slight66.Light felonies are made punishable only when they are:a.Consummatedc. Frustratedb.Attemptedd. Intended67.Exemption to the general rule in cases of light felonies.a.When committed against personsb.When committed against chastityc.When committed against honord.When committed against liberty68.It exists when two or more persons come to an agreement tocommit a felony.a.Planc. Piracyb.Conspiracyd. Proposal69.What occurs when a person who has decided to commit a felonyrecommends its execution to some other person?a.Conspiracyc. Proposalb.Piracyd. None of the above70.Acts of a person which are said to be in accordance with the law, sothat such person is deemed not to have transgressed the law and is freefrom both criminal and civil liability except for state of necessity.a.Justifying circumstancesc. Exempting circumstancesb.Mitigating circumstancesd. Aggravating circumstances71.Equivalent to assault or at least threatened assault of an immediatenature.a.Intentc. Dolob.Culpad. Unlawful aggression72.The following are the requisites for self defense, except:a.Unlawful aggressionb.Reasonable necessity of the means employed to prevent or repel itc.Lack of sufficient provocation on the part of the person defendinghimselfd.Lack of intent on the part of the person defending himself73.What crime exists when a single act constitutes two or more graveor less grave felonies?a.Complexc. Compositeb.Continuingd. Compound74.Who among the following are not exempted from criminal liability?a.Children under 9 years of ageb.Insane personsc.Children over 9 under 15 years of age acting with discernmentd.Imbecile persons75.Refers to desired acts of a person to commit a crime.a.Motivec. Faultb.Intentd. Deceit8
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76.Those circumstances which if attendant to the commission of thecrime would serve to lower the penalty to a lesser degree.a.Justifyingc. Mitigatingb.Exemptingd. Aggravating77.An aggravating circumstance which generally apply to all crimessuch as dwelling, nighttime or recidivism.
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