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Chapter 4 Criminal Law and Procedure

Susan Fisher

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10.agreement between two or more persons to commit a crime
14.willful and illegal burning of a building
15.a thief who sells the stolen goods is guilty of the separate crime of
17.a punishable offense against society. A crime is a breach of the peace essential to that society’s functioning for the good of all
20.crime punishable by more than one year in jail (state prison), a fine of more than $1,000, or both; even death
24.improperly obtaining money or other things of value by use of force, fear, or the power of office
25.a reasonable ground for belief
29.defense based on the accused’s inability to know right from wrong
30.crime punishable for less than one year in jail (confinement in a county or city jail), a fine of less than $1,000, or both
31.it is the taking of property from another’s person or immediate presence, against the victim’s will, by force or by causing fear
1.bribing nongovernmental parties is also a form of bribery
2.substituted criminal liability The criminal intent of the employee is used as a substitute for the requirement of criminal intent for an officer
3.obtaining property by lying about past or existing fact
4.agreement with prosecutor allowing defendant to plead guilty to a lesser crime than the more serious one he or she likely would be charged with
5.action that hinders the administration of justice in court
6.entering a building without permission when intending to commit a crime
7.intent to commit an evil act in violation of a statute
8.group of laws that define the methods for enforcing legal rights and duties
9.defenses that disprove, justify, or otherwise excuse the alleged crime
11.at criminal law, a legal position that allows the defendant to escape criminal liability
12.crime typically committed in the workplace that does not involve violence or force nor does it cause injury to people or physical damage to property
13.penalty provided by law and imposed by a court
16.laws that prohibit competing companies from price fixing or dividing up sales regions
18.the specific conduct of the defendant that violates the statute
19.use of force that appears reasonably necessary for the self-protection of an intended victim
21.wrongful taking of another’s property with the intent to deny them possession.
22.parking violations and littering
23.falsely making or materially altering a writing to defraud another
24.taking of another’s property or money by a person to whom it has been entrusted
26.freedom from prosecution for a crime even when one has committed the crime charged
27.offering or giving something of value to improperly effect performance of another party
28.crime of lying under oath

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