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1) Common law larceny consisted of four distinct elements

Question : 1) Common law larceny consisted of four distinct elements : 2151772

MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.

1) Common law larceny consisted of four distinct elements. Which is NOT one of the elements?

A) Of the Personal Property of Another.

B) The Trespassory Taking.

C) With Intent to Permanently Deprive the Owner/Professor of the Property.

D) Of the Dwelling of Another.

2) Common law larceny consisted of four distinct elements. Which element identifies the mens rea of larceny?

A) Of the Personal Property of Another.

B) The Trespassory Taking.

C) And Carrying Away.

D) With Intent to Permanently Deprive the Owner/Professor of the Property.

3) Today, the cutoff point between grand and petty theft is somewhere in the neighborhood of:

A) $1000.

B) $1500.

C) $500.

D) $750.

4) Which is NOT an example of a theft offense?

A) Extortion.

B) Larceny.

C) Criminal Mischief.

D) Identity Theft.

5) Property is in a person's ________ possession if he or she is holding it or it is attached to the victim in some fashion.

A) Actual.

B) Concrete.

C) Constructive.

D) Practical.

6) ________ is very common, accounting for approximately two-thirds of all property crimes.

A) Burglary.

B) Larceny.

C) Criminal Mischief.

D) Robbery.

7) This complication of larceny is defined as a good faith belief that the individual has a right to possess the property.

A) Concurrence.

B) Finders, Keepers.

C) Unwilling Sale.

D) Claim of Right.

8) This offense is also referred to as blackmail.

A) Extortion.

B) Larceny.

C) Robbery.

D) Receiving Stolen Property.

9) Robbery is the immediate threat of harm. ________ is threat of future harm.

A) Forgery.

B) Embezzlement.

C) Extortion.

D) Burglary.

10) This offense is when someone in lawful possession of property retains or converts the property for their own use with the intent to steal or defraud the rightful owner.

A) Receiving Stolen Property.

B) Embezzlement.

C) Extortion.

D) Larceny.

11) Specific to embezzlement, this is the person to whom goods or property are entrusted.

A) Steward.

B) Bailiff.

C) Bailee.

D) Bailor.

12) Specific to embezzlement, this individual, usually an employer, who entrusts the bailee with their property.

A) Bailor.

B) Steward.

C) Factor.

D) Bailiff.

13) Obtaining the property of another through fraud or deception is known as:

A) False Pretenses.

B) White-Collar Crimes

C) Conversions.

D) Proof Deceptions.

14) This offense is most commonly referred to as a white-collar crime.

A) Embezzlement.

B) Robbery.

C) Larceny.

D) Burglary.

15) For something to amount to false representation, it must satisfy three criteria. Which is NOT one of the criteria?

A) It applies to current, not future, conduct.

B) It must in fact be false.

C) It must in fact be a false promise.

D) Opinions, even if expressed with intent to defraud another person, do not constitute false representation.

16) Materially altering a document with the intent to defraud is known as:

A) Forgery.

B) Uttering.

C) Embezzlement.

D) Identity Theft.

17) Passing a forged document to another with the intent to defraud is known as:

A) Embezzlement.

B) Forgery.

C) Uttering.

D) Identity Theft.

18) This is altering an e-mail address so that it appears to come from a person other than the sender.

A) Cyberterrorism.

B) Identity Theft.

C) Cybercrime.

D) E-mail Spoofing.

19) Utilizing the personal information of another person to commit fraud or deception is known as:

A) E-mail Spoofing.

B) Identity Theft.

C) Cybercrime.

D) Cyberterrorism.

20) Intangible property that can be protected under federal law, such as copyrights, patents, and trademarks are known as:

A) Identity Theft.

B) E-mail Spoofing.

C) Cybercrime.

D) Intellectual Property.

TRUE/FALSE. Write 'T' if the statement is true and 'F' if the statement is false.

21) As defined in common law, larceny was a conduct crime, not a result crime.

22) Today, theft conviction provides for capital punishment.

23) Assume you test drive a vehicle at your local car dealership. If the salesperson lets you take the vehicle for a drive and you keep it for a little longer than the usual test drive, just to take it for a "joy ride," then larceny has occurred.

24) In general, there is no requirement that the accused seeks to gain from the theft.

25) If the owner of the lost property retains constructive possession of the property and the finder keeps it, larceny occurs.

26) Receiving stolen property is synonymous with stealing stolen property.

27) It is a crime for a person to receive stolen property, even if that person did not actually steal the property.

28) Extortion is synonymous with robbery.

29) Embezzlement was defined by common law.

30) Extortion is an unauthorized act that deprives an owner of his property.

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