SOC 150-SOCIAL PROBLEMS CLASS NOTES I. Social Constructionism a. Theory i. Conceptual frameworks ii. Camera lens analogy iii. Micro/macro perspectives b. Social interaction i. The ways in which people respond to one another ii. Create, maintain, and
Intro to Criminal Law I. Crime a. Is an act or omission prohibited by law for the protection of the public. b. A violation is prosecuted by the state and punishable by fine, incarceration or other restrictions on liberty. II. Torts a. Civil cases whe
Criminal Law and Procedures Notes for Nov.2nd through Nov. 16th 2010
1. 4 key conceptsa. Exclusionary rule: i. A court created remedy for violations of the 4th,5th, and 6th amendments 1. Therefore not constitutionally mandated 2. Becau
LAWE 231 Notes 8/27/13
What is a Crime?
A crime is an act or omission prohibited by law for the protection of the public. A
violation is prosecuted by the state and punishable by fine, incarceration, or other
restrictions on liberty. (Model Penal Code Def
LAWE 231 Notes 9/4/13
Psych Evaluation: Dr. George Kamardis 345-4679
CHAPTER 4. ELEMENTS OF CRIME
Prima Facie (1-4)
1. ACTS (Actus reus)
a. Words (solicitation)
b. Bodily movement
Has to be 1) voluntary and 2) consciously
c. Omission (failure to do someth
Rape Definition: Unlawful, carnal knowledge of a woman by a man. Not her
husband, without her effective consent.
Carnal Knowledge: Has to be vaginal, not anal.
It says a husband cannot rape his wife.
Lack of Consent
4 Key Concepts
A Exclusionary Rule
a Court created remedy for violations of the fourth, fifth or sixth amendments.
b Any evidence obtained in fourth fifth sixth amendments is not admissible in
c To deter government agents from vio