Chapter 1 Criminal Law
An example of private law is
Defines the standards of conduct for protection of the community
The substantive criminal law
Fear of arrest and punishment
A person might commit a crime for any of the following reasons except?
Chapter 17: Wildfires
Components of fire
Start and Spread of Wildfires
Other hazards linked to
Management and mitigation
What are some reasons why you
When does fire become a
The History of Investigations
The practice of investigating individual
conduct can be traced to antiquity. When a
society, tribe, group, or family establishes
laws, customs, or rules, it expects members to
All cultures recognizes th
The Crime Scene
The Spiral search pattern is usually employed
in outdoor scenes and is normally executed by
a single person.
The Strip search, involves a series of lanes
down which one or more persons proceed.
Upon reach the starting po
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KEY TERMS CH 7
1. Complicity- Complicity is when you are liable for someone else's behavior.
2. Vicarious liability- Vicarious liability is when a group or party is liable for someone elses
KEY TERMS CH 10
1. Common law rape- Common law rape is when a man forcefully with no consent has sex
with a woman who is not his wife, against her will.
2. Common law sodomy- Common law sodomy is anal intercourse between two males
KEYTERMS CH 4
1. Culpability or blame worthiness- Culpability or blame worthiness is when you
blame those who are to blame or those who did the action.
Mens Rea- A guilt mind is also called Mens Rea in latin.
CRCJ 3338- Spring 2017
DUE DATE: 2/23/17
Fourteen year old Daphne, a product of New York Citys best private schools, lives with her
wealthy family in a luxury condo in a fashionable neighborhood. Her father is an executive at a
Diane Juarez Freeman
19, November 2015
Review Questions 9
1. Federal prosecutors are appointed in each federal district by the President and are called
a: C. U.S. Attorney
2. State prosecutors are elected by the voters in e
United States Senate
*You may put the answers to each questions directly into this document and submit.
Choose either John Cornyn or Ted Cruz and answer the following.
Name of the Senator: Ted Cruz
Address of the senato