Question 16 4 4 points criminal liability actus reus

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Question 16 4 / 4 points Criminal liability = Actus Reus (Act) + Mens Rea (Intent). True False
Question 17 4 / 4 points There are some crimes that do not include the mens rea element.
Question 18 4 / 4 points Both justifications and excuses are types of legal defenses that can never mitigate or eliminate guilt.
Question 19 4 / 4 points Under the law, merely having a mental disease or mental defect is sufficient to mitigate guilt.
Question 20 4 / 4 points The insanity defense is seldom attempted by criminal defendants and is very seldom successful when it is used. True False
Question 21 4 / 4 points “Malice Aforethought” suggests that the plan to cause harm was not premeditated.
Question 22 4 / 4 points The definition of the crime of rape has evolved over time.
Question 23 0 / 4 points The FBI’s formal definition of rape changed significantly in 2011.
Question 24 4 / 4 points At various times in history, the penalty under the common law for Arson was death by fire. True False
Question 25 4 / 4 points At common law, the definition of burglary required that the crime take place in the dwelling house of another, specifically during the day.
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