1. Crime: Conduct that is prohibited and has a specific punishment prescribed by law.
2. Conspiracy: An agreement between two or more people to commit an act prohibited by law or
to commit a lawful act by means prohibited by law.
What legal justification, if any, did Dan have for (a) pursuing Al, and (b) threatening Al with
deadly force? Discuss.
Dan was fully justified in pursuing Al as dictated under the shopkeepers privilege. Shopkeepers
Privilege refers to a common
Morissette v. United States
342 U.S. 246 (1952)
Court: Supreme Court of the United States
Judicial History: Certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit
Facts: Morisette was deer hunting in an area marked as a bombing
Burglary is defined as the unlawful entry into a building, with the intent to commit a crime in the
structure. Common law includes other elements, such as breaking and entering at nighttime, or
intending to commit a felony. Burglary is sometim
Main Issue Spotting Checklist
Third Party Liability
Crimes Against Property
Crimes Against A Person
Defenses To Crimes
Inner Issue Spotting Checklist
Criminal Law Outline
Defining Criminal Liability
A crime is any social harm defined and made punishable by law.
A crime is made up of two parts, forbidden conduct and prescribed penalty; the former without the latter
is no crime. It must