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I need answers for the 20 questions below: ""MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS 1. Driving while intoxicated, Jana causes a car accident that results in the...

I need answers for the 20 questions below:

""MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS
1. Driving while intoxicated, Jana causes a car accident that results in the
death of Kevin. Jana is arrested and charged with involuntary manslaughter,
a third degree felony. This type of felony is punishable by
a. death.
b. life imprisonment.
c. up to five years’ imprisonment.
d. up to ten years’ imprisonment.

2. Desi reaches into Edna’s pocket and takes her money, without her
consent and without her immediate awareness. Unlike robbery, picking
pockets does not involve
a. breaking and entering.
b. force or fear.
c. large amounts of money.
d. weapons.

3. Mariah takes off her ring and places it on her desk while she works.
Without her knowledge or consent, her coworker Nita picks up the ring,
puts it on, and walks away. Nita has likely committed
a. burglary.
b. larceny.
c. robbery.
d. no crime.

4. On the orders of their corporate employer, Della and Efron, employees of
Fabulous Fashionista, a clothing store, switch trademarks on clothing
that comes into the store to be sold to consumers. This is most likely
a. forgery.
b. larceny.
c. robbery.
d. no crime.

5. In relation to Edie’s solicitation of investors in a nonexistent business,
she is charged with “mail fraud.” This requires, among other things,
a. claiming that an item is “in the mail” when it is not.
b. deceiving postal authorities as to the content of an item of mail.
c. depositing items in the postal system without proper postage.
d. mailing or causing someone else to mail a writing.

6. Val, the owner of Wild Wheels, a bicycle store, trusts Xavier to manage
the store’s daily cash flow. One night, without Val’s knowledge or
consent, Xavier takes and keeps $500 from the receipts. This is most
likely
a. embezzlement.
b. larceny.
c. robbery.
d. no crime.

7. Ann, an employee of Beta, Inc., pays Curt, an employee of Beta’s competitor
Delta Company, for a secret Delta pricing schedule. This may be
a. an effective marketing strategy.
b. commercial bribery.
c. creative legal bookkeeping.
d. money laundering.

8. Dina, a businessperson, is charged with RICO offenses. Dina may be
subject to penalties under RICO only if she
a. committed two or more certain federal or state crimes.
b. has never been convicted of a crime.
c. intends to commit future RICO offenses.
d. was previously convicted of a crime.

9. Sandy, a businessperson, is convicted of RICO offenses. Sandy’s penalties
may include
a. closing her business but not forfeiting its assets or selling it.
b. forfeiting business assets but not closing or selling the business.
c. selling her business but not closing it or forfeiting its assets.
d. closing her business, forfeiting its assets, or selling it.

10. Becky is thirteen years old and is charged with a misdemeanor. In most
states, Becky will be treated as
a. a minor and tried in a juvenile court.
b. an adult and tried in a regular court.
c. an infant and punished without a trial.
d. incapable of criminal conduct and tried after he turns eighteen.

11. Toby commits a criminal act while intoxicated. Involuntary intoxication
may be a defense
a. if it makes a person incapable of understanding an act is wrong.
b. if it removes a person’s normal social inhibitions.
c. under any circumstances.
d. under no circumstances.

12. Yvon is charged with the crime of theft for taking Zack’s briefcase, which
Yvon mistakenly thought was hers. A mistake of fact is a defense
a. if the fact was not reasonably made known to the public.
b. if the mistake negates the mental state necessary to commit a
crime.
c. if the perpetrator was intoxicated.
d. under any circumstances.

13. Ethan, the president of Financial Investments, Inc. (FII), and Gina, FII’s
accountant, are charged with a crime, after the police search FII’s
offices. Under the exclusionary rule
a. certain FII records are excluded from subpoena by the
government.
b. certain parties to a criminal action may be excluded from a trial.
c. illegally obtained evidence must be excluded from a trial.
d. persons who have biases that would prevent them from fairly deciding
the case may be excluded from the jury.

14. Jim is indicted. Before he is arrested, he confesses to the crime in a
conversation with Kelly, the arresting officer. Kelly then arrests Jim
and advises him of the right to counsel. Jim waives the right and repeats
his confession. Later, Jim claims that his initial statement should be
excluded as evidence from his trial. Under the ruling in Fellers
v. United States, the statement will most likely be
a. admitted because Jim knew he did the crime and confessed.
b. admitted because Jim repeated it after being advised of his rights.
c. excluded because a confession is not admissible in a criminal trial.
d. excluded because it was elicited before Jim was advised of his
rights.

15. Lara is indicted. Mac, the arresting officer, advises Lara of her right to
counsel. Lara waives the right and confesses to the crime. Later, Lara
claims that her confession should be excluded as evidence from her trial.
Under the ruling in Fellers v. United States, the statement will
most likely be
a. admitted because Lara knew she did the crime and confessed.
b. admitted because Lara made it after being advised of her rights.
c. excluded because a confession is not admissible in a criminal trial.
d. excluded because it was elicited before Lara was advised of her
rights.

16. According to the United States Supreme Court in Miranda v.
Arizona, an individual must be apprised of certain of his or her rights
whenever the individual is
a. arraigned in a court.
b. imprisoned in a jail.
c. sentenced for a crime.
d. taken into custody.

17. According to the United States Supreme Court in Miranda v.
Arizona, an individual must be apprised of certain of his or her rights
a. after any questioning.
b. at any time during questioning.
c. only in the absence of questioning.
d. prior to any questioning.

18. Roy owns Roy’s Cafe. A fire destroys the cafe, and Roy is arrested on suspicion
of setting it to collect the insurance. At the time of the arrest, Roy
is not informed of his rights. Any statement Roy makes will be
admissible
a. in all circumstances.
b. in some circumstances.
c. in no circumstances.
d. regardless of the circumstances.

19. Mike is arrested at a warehouse in North Industrial Park. A government
prosecutor issues a formal charge against Mike for receiving stolen
property. This charge is
a. an arraignment.
b. an indictment.
c. an information.
d. an inquisition.

20. Ben is a computer technician with the skills to hack into any unprotected
computer. The Counterfeit Access Device and Computer Fraud
and Abuse Act of 1984 prohibits Ben from obtaining unauthorized access
to
a. any government information.
b. no government information.
c. restricted government information.
d.unrestricted government information. "

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