San Diego State University Modern Day Competency to Stand Trial Standard Test

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What court case established the modern day competency to stand trial standard?

- Frye v.US (1923)

- Dusky v. US (1960)

- Jenkins v. US (1962)

- Washington v. US (1983)

Which of the following is not a included in the competency to stand trial definition?

- has sufficient present ability to consult with his lawyer with a reasonable degree of rational understanding

- Oriented to time and place with some recollection of events

- Has a rational and factual understanding of the proceedings against him

- All are included in the definition

When a defendants is found in incompetent to stand trial, what are the next steps in the legislative procedure?

- he is indefinitely committed to a state hospital until he can be restored to competency

- The criminal charges are immediately dropped

- He is committed to a state hospital for a reasonable amount of time what would be necessary to refine competency

- The trial continues without delay

All of the following are problems with evaluating an individual with intellectual disabilities for competency to stand trial except:

- there are no reliable an valid intelligence test for his population

- Evaluators are not qualified to administer test

- Evaluators have minimal experience working with this population

- Professionals with this specific expertise have minimal or no experience with forensic issue

The M’Naghten standard of insanity includes all of the following except

- defect of reason

- Inability to understand the nature of quality of the act

- Understanding the nature of the act but not that the act is wrong

- All of the above are included

Of the insanity please raised, about how many are effectively used as a defence?

- 1%

- 25%

- 50%

- 75%

What types of cases are likely to argue insanity?

- highly idiosyncratic and paranoid religious, political, and identity system

- Extremely bizarre conduct

- Axis I diagnosis with a Conor is disorder diagnosis

- All of the above

Men’s tea is defined as

- criminal intent

- Wrongful deed

- Guilt

- None of the above

Actually reus is defined as

- criminal intent

- Wrongful deed

- Guilt

- None of the above

Which individual had men’s rea?

- the store clerk held at gun to tie up other employees and open a safe for a robber

- A medical patient delirious with fever that hits a nurse

- The ceo that lies on his taxes to save money

- All of the above

Specific intent refers to

- negligent and reckless

- Purposeful and reckless

- Knowingly and negligent

- Purposeful and knowingly

General intent is explained as

- and individual should have been conscious of his actions and the predictable consequences

- An individual wanted to achieve some additional result beyond the predictable consequences

- Neither

- Both

A judgement that someone is at risk for being violent in the future and therefore should not be released is based on what level of certainty?

- the clinician must be 100% certain that the person will be violent

- The clinician must be 50% sure that the person will be violent

- The clinical must be certain that the person poses a significant risk of acting violent in certain circumstances

- None of the above

The violence risk appraisal guide (VRAG) is an actuarial assessment used to

- identify violent recidivism among adult male offenders and forensic patients

- Identify sexual and violent recidivism among adult male sec offenders

- Identify general and violent recidivism among adult offenders

- Identify imminent violence among adult psychiatric inpatient

Structured professional judgment aims to

- use the relevance of treatment, risk management, the Irish of case formulation

- Attain empirical evidence and mad decisions within a structured context

- Retain the strengths of the unstructured clinicL and actuarial approach

- All of the above

Testimony of risk assessment can be based on what?

- clinical interviews

- Actuarial instruments

- Clinical interview later and actuarial assessment

- All of the above

Which case established a therapis’s duty to protect?

- in the matter of George l (1995)

- Tarasoff v. Regents of the university of California (1976)

- Addington v. Texas (1979)

- In the matter of state v. Remember said (2009)

Law enforcement psychologists participate in

- evaluation and assessment activities

- Organisation consulting and tray

- Operational and investigation support

- All of the above

What is the definition of competency damages?

- damages intended to compensate the defendant

- damages intended to punish the defendant

- Damages intended to ruin the legal system and make it unfair for big businesses

- Damage that should be outlawed

Parallel constraint refers to satisfying the following competing goals except

- achieving appropriate compensation

- Effecting deterrence

- Exacting appropriate verdicts

- Expressing systemic values

All of the following influence jury decisions except

- nature of the plaintiff’s conduct

- The plaintiff’s and defends ease or ethnicity

- Defendants wealth

- Individual differences of jurors

Which of the following is not true juror questioning?

- promotes understanding of the facts and issues

- Clearly helps get the truth

- Does not alert the trail counsel that issues require more extensive development

- Does not interfere with attorney trail strategies

Which of the toy is a clear cut demographic factors associated with increased risk of violence?

- female

- 40+ years of age

- Being minority

- Being unemployed

If a person confesses to a crime during a competency to stand trial evaluation, his confession can be used again during the guilty phase of his criminal trial

- true

- False

An individual can be found guilty if he has only men’s tea or actual reus

- true

- False

Delusional beliefs alone can be render an individual not guilty by reason of insanity

- true

- False

Punitive damages are infrequently sought and infrequently awarded but ate extremely large

- true

- False

Which of the following provides the best evidence for why the terms of child molester and pedophile are not synonymous

- a pedipalps May have never acted on his/her desire

- A molester may have touched a child that was fourteen years old

- Assessors can’t agree on whether a given person is a pedophile or a molester

- None of the above are appropriate

Which of the following is an example of an actuarial assessment measure used for violence predictable

- MMPI-2(Minnesota multiphase personality inventory -2)

- HCR-20(historical clinical risk management)

- M-FAST(miller forensic assessment of symptoms test)

- TOMM (test of memory malinger)

Which of the following is true regards risk assessment?

- mental health professionals are always no better than chance at predicting violence risk

- Sometimes statistics regarding the true and false positivities involved in risk assessment do not take into account the crime committed but not discovered

- Parole boards always take into consideration the recommendation of mental health professionals regarding risk of recidivism

- All of the above

A forensic is usually not the person you are evaluating. Which of the following be the actual client?

- the attorney

- The court

- The prosecutor office

- All of the above

The narrow definition of forensic psychology includes the idea that psychologists provide professionals expertise to the judicial system

- true

- False

The “base-rate problem” refers to ...

- the large number of people with potentially dangerous mental health problems

- The shortage of trained professionals to thoroughly evaluate people with serious mental health problems

- The shortage or properly equipped facilities to treat people with serious mental health problems

- The relative difficulty of making predictions of infrequent or rare events

Which of the following is not one of hart’s risk factors for violence

- Nature and severity

- Like good

- Frequency

- Psychopath

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1. What court case established the modern day competency to stand trial standard?
A. Frye v.US (1923)
B. Dusky v. US (1960)
C. Jenkins v. US (1962)
D. Washington v. US (1983)
2. Which of the following is not a included in the competency to stand trial definition?
A. has sufficient present ability to consult with his lawyer with a reasonable degree of rational
understanding
B. Oriented to time and place with some recollection of events
C. Has a rational and factual understanding of the proceedings against him
D. All are included in the definition
3. When a defendants is found in incompetent to stand trial, what are the next steps in the
legislative procedure?
A. he is indefinitely committed to a state hospital until he can be restored to competency
B. The criminal charges are immediately dropped
C. He is committed to a state hospital for a reasonable amount of time what would be necessary
to refine competency
D. The trial continues without delay

4. All of the following are problems with evaluating an individual with intellectual disabilities
for competency to stand trial except:
A. there are no reliable an valid intelligence test for his population
B. Evaluators are not qualified to administer test
C. Evaluators have minimal experience working with this population
D. Professionals with this specific expertise have minimal or no experience with forensic issue
5. The M’Naghten standard of insanity includes all of the following exce...


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