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1) A crime is defined as: a wrong committed against society as a whole a wrong prosecuted by a private attorney a wrong prohibited by the common law but not by statutory law a wrong committed only against property 2) Which of the following can be the basis for both a crime and a tort? libel invasion of privacy battery slander 3) ____________________ provides the basis for criminal intent. deus ex machina actus reus malum in se mens rea 4) Which of the following is TRUE regarding corporate criminal liability? it is possible only for privately-owned corporations it is not possible it is possible only for torts that are also crimes it is possible for corporations, just as it is for individuals 5) A person is ordinarily NOT held liable for committing a crime if he: made a mistake of law becomes voluntarily intoxicated suffers from a mental defect that prevents him from appreciating right and wrong is under the age of 21 6) Ellie owns a diamond ring that she often takes off and places on her desk at work. She is usually careful to put it back on whenever she leaves her desk. One day, she goes to lunch and forgets to put it on. Jack sees the ring, puts it in his pocket and does not return it. Jack has probably committed the crime of: forgery arson theft battery 7) Jerry owns a bicycle shop. Sometimes he puts Forest in charge. One Saturday evening, after Forest left the store, Jerry discovered that he is missing $9,000 from the register. If Forest took the cash, he could be found guilty of the crime of: conversion misappropriation embezzlement robbery 8) Arthur is the accountant for a trucking company. One of the drivers, Tyler, holds a gun to Arthur’s head and forces him to falsify records, obtain cash and give it to Tyler. If criminal charges are brought against Arthur, he can assert the defense of: entrapment justifiable use of force mistake of law duress 9) Larry gives Senator Beales $100,000 to make sure the government buys all its paper clips from Larry’s company. Larry has: committed the crime of fraud committed the crime of bribery done nothing illegal because this is how interest groups operate accepted a bribe

1) A crime is defined as:

a wrong committed against society as a whole
a wrong prosecuted by a private attorney
a wrong prohibited by the common law but not by statutory law
a wrong committed only against property

2) Which of the following can be the basis for both a crime and a tort?

libel
invasion of privacy
battery
slander

3) ____________________ provides the basis for criminal intent.

deus ex machina
actus reus
malum in se
mens rea

4) Which of the following is TRUE regarding corporate criminal liability?

it is possible only for privately-owned corporations
it is not possible
it is possible only for torts that are also crimes
it is possible for corporations, just as it is for individuals

5) A person is ordinarily NOT held liable for committing a crime if he:

made a mistake of law
becomes voluntarily intoxicated
suffers from a mental defect that prevents him from appreciating right and wrong
is under the age of 21

6) Ellie owns a diamond ring that she often takes off and places on her desk at work. She is usually careful to put it back on whenever she leaves her desk. One day, she goes to lunch and forgets to put it on. Jack sees the ring, puts it in his pocket and does not return it. Jack has probably committed the crime of:

forgery
arson
theft
battery

7) Jerry owns a bicycle shop. Sometimes he puts Forest in charge. One Saturday evening, after Forest left the store, Jerry discovered that he is missing $9,000 from the register. If Forest took the cash, he could be found guilty of the crime of:

conversion
misappropriation
embezzlement
robbery

8) Arthur is the accountant for a trucking company. One of the drivers, Tyler, holds a gun to Arthur’s head and forces him to falsify records, obtain cash and give it to Tyler. If criminal charges are brought against Arthur, he can assert the defense of:

entrapment
justifiable use of force
mistake of law
duress

9) Larry gives Senator Beales $100,000 to make sure the government buys all its paper clips from Larry’s company. Larry has:

committed the crime of fraud
committed the crime of bribery
done nothing illegal because this is how interest groups operate
accepted a bribe

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