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CJA305 Phoenix Criminal Justice Law Final Exam Help

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CJA305 Criminal Law Final Exam Questions & Answers Chapter 1 1) That which is laid down, ordained, or established...a body of rules of action or conduct prescribed by controlling authority, and having a binding legal force? A) morals B) mores C) laws D) norms 2) The least serious crime is a(n): A) tort. B) felony. C) infraction. D) misdemeanor. 3) ________ is the legal principal that requires that courts be bound by their own earlier decisions and by those of higher courts having jurisdiction over them regarding subsequent cases on similar issues and fact. A) Jurisdiction B) Stare decisis C) Jurisprudence D) Due process of law Chapter 2 4) The Model Penal Code outline four ________: purposely, knowingly, reckless, and negligent. A) elements of crime B) canons of construction C) states of mind D) conducts 5) ________ is not an essential element of a crime. A) Concurrence B) The criminal act C) Motive D) A culpable mental state Chapter 3 6) The facts that show that a crime has occurred are referred to in Latin as the: A) corpus delicti. B) mens rea. C) actus rea. D) mala prohibita. 7) In addition to the three fundamental aspects of crime (actus rea, mens rea and concurrence), four additional principles are necessary to fully appreciate contemporary understandings of crime. They are causation, a resulting harm, the ________, and necessary attendant circumstances. A) degree of the crime B) legality principle C) void-for-vagueness principle D) but for rule 8) Bob turns 21 a ...
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