1) Crimes that are complete when the criminal act and criminal intent

Question : 1) Crimes that are complete when the criminal act and criminal intent : 2151718

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

1) Crimes that are complete when the criminal act and criminal intent concur are known as:

A) Conduct Crimes.

B) Harmful Crimes.

C) Result Crimes.

D) Tort.

2) The doctrines of legality and lenity fit within the ________ part of the criminal law.

A) Result.

B) Conduct.

C) General.

D) Specific.

3) Which is NOT one of the basic elements of criminal liability?

A) Causation.

B) Resulting Harm.

C) Coincidence.

D) Concurrence.

4) These crimes are offenses that are not complete without actual harm.

A) Conduct.

B) Specific.

C) Result.

D) Tort.

5) Reckless driving is an example of a ________ crime.

A) Specific.

B) Tort.

C) Conduct.

D) Result.

6) Which is NOT one of the three basic elements to criminal liability?

A) Actus reus.

B) Malum prohibitum.

C) Concurrence.

D) Mens rea.

7) Laws that make it a crime for someone to fail to come to the aid of another who is danger are known as:

A) Contract Laws.

B) Good Samaritan Laws.

C) Omission Laws.

D) Relationship Laws.

8) A woman took an intoxicated man into her home and allowed him to use the bathroom, knowing his intent was to inject heroin (she even gave him a spoon to help prepare his injection). He emerged from the bathroom, collapsed, and was later dragged outside, where he died. The woman was found guilty of manslaughter. Which omission would satisfy the actus reus requirement specific to this woman's situation?

A) Contract.

B) Landowner Duty.

C) Creation of Peril.

D) Voluntary Assumption of Care.

9) If George pushes Gary, who cannot swim, into a lake; Gary struggles and cries out for help; and George fails to assist, George can be guilty of a crime. Which omission would satisfy the actus reus requirement specific to George's situation?

A) Contract.

B) Voluntary Assumption of Care.

C) Landowner Duty.

D) Creation of Peril.

10) Mary fails to report suspected child abuse. Failure to report can lead to criminal liability by omission. Which omission would satisfy the actus reus requirement specific to Mary's situation?

A) Relationship.

B) Statute.

C) Landowner Duty.

D) Contract.

11) This type of intent is the intent to commit the actus reus or criminal act of the crime only.

A) General.

B) Direct.

C) Transferred.

D) Specific.

12) This type of mens rea or criminal intent in which the defendant unconsciously creates a risk of harm and does not act like a reasonable person under the circumstances:

A) Recklessness.

B) Knowledge.

C) Negligence.

D) Malice.

13) This is the intent to commit a wrongful act without a legitimate cause or excuse.

A) Knowledge.

B) Negligence.

C) Motive.

D) Malice.

14) Crimes that do NOT require mens rea or criminal intent are known as:

A) Strict liability offenses.

B) Ex post facto offenses.

C) Negligent offenses.

D) Reckless offenses.

15) This type of concurrence states that the mens rea must be linked to the actus reus it is intended to accompany.

A) Factual.

B) Legal.

C) Temporal.

D) Motivational.

16) This form of causation is the requirement that the defendant's conduct was the cause in fact of the harm.

A) Legal.

B) Temporal.

C) Motivational.

D) Factual.

17) Causation, the requirement that the defendant is responsible for the harm, applies only to ________ crimes.

A) Harmful.

B) Conduct.

C) Tort.

D) Result.

18) Temporal concurrence means that the ________ must accompany the ________ in time.

A) Actus reus; Mens rea.

B) Malum prohibitum; Mens rea.

C) Actus reus; Malum prohibitum.

D) Mens rea; Actus reus.

19) The requirement that the defendant is responsible for the harm in result crimes is known as:

A) Factual Causation.

B) Legal Causation.

C) Temporal Causation.

D) Causation.

20) Another event besides the actions of the defendant that resulted in the harm after the defendant acted is known as a(n) ________ cause.

A) Legal.

B) Intervening.

C) Direct.

D) Factual.

21) The mistake of ________ is when a defendant claims to misunderstand or misinterpret the law as it applies to the specific circumstances.

A) Law.

B) Proof.

C) Fact.

D) Evidence.

22) Which mistake does NOT form the requisite mens rea to support a criminal conviction?

A) Proof.

B) Fact.

C) Law.

D) Evidence.

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