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Quick Write: . What is the standard of proof in a criminal trial? Which side has to prove it? Discussion: Does a defendant in a criminal trial have to present a defense at trial? Why/why not?. AGENDA April 3, 2013. Today’s topics Homework check Enjoy your Spring Break!

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Quick write

Quick Write:

  • What is the standard of proof in a criminal trial?

  • Which side has to prove it?

    Discussion:

    Does a defendant in a criminal trial have to present a defense at trial? Why/why not?


Agenda april 3 2013

AGENDAApril 3, 2013

Today’s topics

Homework check

Enjoy your Spring Break!

Taking care of each other

Defenses

Homework

Chapter 12: Read + Glossary terms


Take care of each other

Take Care of Each Other


Crimes against property

Crimes Against Property

Two broad categories:

  • Destruction of property

  • Theft of property


Crimes against property1

Crimes Against Property

Destruction of property

  • Arson

  • Vandalism


Crimes against property2

Crimes Against Property

Theft of property

  • Larceny

  • Shoplifting


Crimes against property3

Crimes Against Property

Theft of property

  • Embezzlement

  • Extortion


Crimes against property4

Crimes Against Property

Theft of property

  • Robbery

  • Burglary


Crimes against property5

Crimes Against Property

Theft of property

  • Receiving stolen property

  • Forgery


Crimes against property6

Crimes Against Property

Theft of property

  • Unauthorized use of a vehicle (UUV)

  • Carjacking


Defenses

DEFENSES


Defenses1

DEFENSES

No Crime Has Been Committed

  • No crime committed

  • No criminal intent


Defenses2

DEFENSES

Defendant Did Not Commit the Crime

  • Alibi


Defenses3

DEFENSES

Defendant Committed a Criminal Act, but the Act was Excusable or Justifiable

  • Self Defense

  • Defense of others

  • Defense of property

    Problem 11.1 (pg 128)

  • Complete A, B & D

  • Work individually


  • Defenses4

    DEFENSES

    Defendant Committed a Criminal Act but is Not Criminally Responsible for Actions

    • Infancy

    • Intoxication

    • Insanity


    Defenses5

    DEFENSES

    Defendant Committed a Criminal Act but is Not Criminally Responsible for Actions

    • Entrapment

    • Duress

    • Necessity


    I shot the sheriff

    I shot the sheriff…


    Homework

    Homework

    Before you leave

    • Pick up your belongings & any trash

    • Straighten up your area

      Homework

    • Chapter 12: Read + Glossary terms


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