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BA 302 Upper Iowa University Jail Sentences & Criminal Trials Questions

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Upper Iowa University

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Question Description

DQ 1

The burden of proof in criminal trials is more stringent than in civil trials. Should there be a different standard of proof for criminal trials than for civil trials? Why or why not?

DQ 2

Where does a cyber-crime take place, at the location of the victim or the location of the perpetrator?

DQ 3

What factors do you believe determine whether a product is "unreasonably dangerous"? Should the demographics of the intended user play a role in that determination?



Final Answer

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Discussion Questions – Outline
Thesis Statement: The proof helps the court to determine whether the accused is guilty or not.
The standard of proof for criminal trials is not the same as that in civil trials.
I.

Burden of proof in criminal trial and civil trials
A. Burden of proof is the responsibility of a party in court to produce the evidence needed
for a claim to prevail

II.

Cyber-crime
A. Cybercrime takes place in the location of the perpetrator

III.

Determination of product that are unreasonably dangerous
A. A product is unreasonably dangerous if it poses risks or harm that is greater than what a
consumer would reasonably expect


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DQ 1

The burden of proof is the responsibility of a party in court to produce the evidence
needed for a claim to prevail. The proof helps the court to determine whether the accused is
guilty or not. The standard of proof for criminal trials is not the same as that in civil trials (Allen,
2014...

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