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Elements of Criminal Acts. Classifications of Crimes. Classifications of Crimes (2). Business Related Crimes. Criminal Procedures. Defenses. Elements of Criminal Acts. Classifications of Crimes. Classifications of Crimes (2). Business Related Crimes. Criminal Procedures.

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Elements of

Criminal Acts

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Classifications

of Crimes (2)

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Business

Related

Crimes

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Criminal

Procedures

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Elements of

Criminal Acts

Classifications

of Crimes

Classifications

of Crimes (2)

Business

Related

Crimes

Criminal

Procedures

Defenses

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A punishable offense

against society.

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Everyone has an enforceable ________

to conform his or her conduct

to the law's requirements.

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This means the

defendant intended

to commit the act.

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Criminal

Intent

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To know the

difference between

right and wrong.

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Mental

Capacity

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What the 3 elements

of a criminal act?

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#1 Duty

#2 Breach of Duty

#3 Criminal Intent

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Theft

Robbery

Embezzlement

are crimes against

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Burglary

Arson

Criminal Trespass

are crimes against

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Treason

Tax Evasion

Perjury

are crimes against:

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Fradulent Sales

Violation of FDA Laws

are crimes against

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Bigamy

Obscenity

Prostitution

are crimes against

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Assault

Kidnapping

Rape

Murder

are crimes against

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Rioting

Disorderly Conduct

Illegal Speeding

are crimes against

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The Public

Peace/Order

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a crime punishable by:

confinement for 1+ years

$1,000 + fines

both or death

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A less serious crime punishable by:

confinement for up to a year

fines of $1,000 or less

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Smallest form of a crime

punishable by fines only

with no risk of jail time

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Another name for

a business crime.

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A type of larceny

where a building is

entered w/o permission.

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Crime where a person

obtains money by lying

about a past/existing fact.

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False

Pretenses

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A crime where money is

offered to influence the

performance of an official.

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Obtaining $ or othr property

from a person by wrongful use

of force, fear or power in office.

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Accused voluntarily gives

up their right to a public

trial to avoid the risk of a

greater penalty if convicted.

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Plea

Bargaining

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Any penalty provided by law,

imposed by the court.

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A person has the

constitutional right to

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Due

Process

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A witness who refuses to

testify after being granted

immunity faces a charge of

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Contempt

of Court

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Daily

Double!!

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Defense based on problems

with the way evidence was obtained.

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Defense where the use of force

appears to be necessary to prevent

harm or death to the victim.

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Freedom from prosecution

even when one has committed

the crime as charged.

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Exists if a verifiable mental

condition of the accused causes

a lack of mental intent.

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Criminal

Insanity

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Defense used to desprove,

justify or excuse the alleged

crime against them.

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Final

Jeopardy

To convict a person of a crime, the evidence

must establish their guilt with proof that is

_________________________

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Beyond a

Reasonable Doubt