MGT401 Test 2

Jun 28th, 2016
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Question 1. Fred calls an off duty police officer a clown. Bill, the police officer objects and decides to get even with Fred. The next day while on duty, Bill enters the back door of Fred’s house and finds crack cocaine in his bedroom. Fred’s Constitutional rights have: A) not been violated. B) been violated pursuant to the Fourth Amendment. C) been violated pursuant to the Seventh Amendment. D) All of the above. 2. Mark carefully plots a course of action to embezzle $100,000 from his employer, Sue. He is fired before he ever gets a chance to put the plan in action. In cleaning out his desk, Sue finds his plans. Mark is: A) guilty of a crime because he intended to carry it out. B) not guilty because there was insufficient actus reus. C) not guilty because he is no longer employed by Sue. D) guilty of a crime because he had mens rea. 3. What happens if the police illegally seize evidence in violation of the Fourth Amendment? A) The defendant's arrest is nullified. B) The

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MGT401 Test 2Question1. Fred calls an off duty police officer a clown. Bill, the police officer objects and decides to geteven with Fred. The next day while on duty, Bill enters the back door of Freds house and findscrack cocaine in his bedroom. Freds Constitutional rights have:A) not been violated.B) been violated pursuant to the Fourth Amendment.C) been violated pursuant to the Seventh Amendment.D) All of the above.2. Mark carefully plots a course of action to embezzle $100,000 from his employer, Sue. He isfired before he ever gets a chance to put the plan in action. In cleaning out his desk, Sue finds hisplans. Mark is:A) guilty of a crime because he intended to carry it out.B) not guilty because there was insufficient actus reus.C) not guilty because he is no longer employed by Sue.D) guilty of a crime because he had mens rea.3. What happens if the police illegally seize evidence in violation of the Fourth Amendment?A) The defendant's arrest is nullified.B) The defendant is entitled to another trial.C) The defendant will be paid for the expenses of his defense.D) The evidence will likely be excluded from use at trial.4. Individuals may use reasonable force to protect themselves, their property, and otherindividuals. In this context, reasonable force would mean:A) deadly force is reasonable to protect property.B) deadly force is never reasonable to protect property.C) deadly force is reasonable if an attack threatens the victim with serious b

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