Question : 43) Consanguineous relationships can produce : 2151779
SHORT ANSWER. Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question.
41) The Combat ________ Epidemic Act Federal legislation primarily restricts access to precursor chemicals, particularly ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, and phenylpropanolamine.
42) Marijuana is a Schedule ________ drug.
43) Consanguineous relationships can produce ________ offspring, which is one of the primary reasons why incest is taboo.
44) Profanity is foul language or curse words generally deemed ________.
45) Marriage between two persons when one is married to another person is known as ________.
MATCHING. Choose the item in column 2 that best matches each item in column 1.
Match the crimes against decency and/or morality with their description.
47) Indecent Exposure
A) Revealing your sexual genitalia to another person.
B) Marriage between two persons when one is married to another person.
C) Sexual intercourse with certain relatives.
D) Either oral or anal sex between humans or sexual intercourse between humans and animals.
E) The act of spying on the intimate activities of other people.
Match each Act with its purpose.
51) Harrison Narcotic Tax Act
52) Marijuana Tax Act
53) Controlled Substances Act
54) Combat Methamphetamine Epidemic Act
55) Uniform Controlled Substances Act
A) A federal statute passed in 1937 that marked the federal government's first effort to regulate marijuana.
B) A uniform act drafted to standardize state drug laws. States must affirmatively adopt the act in order for the provisions to become binding law.
C) Federal legislation that primarily restricts access to precursor chemicals, particularly ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, and phenylpropanolamine.
D) A federal statute passed in 1914 that constituted the federal government's first effort to criminalize opium and cocaine.
E) Federal legislation that classifies illegal narcotics into five different schedules.
ESSAY. Write your answer in the space provided or on a separate sheet of paper.
56) Compare and contrast rioting to unlawful assembly.
57) Compare and contrast pornography and obscenity.
58) Define and discuss the legality of incest, bigamy and polygamy.
59) Joseph is interested in child pornography and often searches the Internet for pictures of children engaged in sexual activity. One evening, Joseph downloads a piece of "virtual child pornography," which is completely computer generated and does not involve the use of child actors. Has Joseph committed a crime? Why or why not? What if the video involved 18-year-old actors who physically appeared to be only 14 years old?