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CRMJ 410

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Chapter 1 Questions: 1. Should morality, in and of itself, be considered a sufficient basis for defining particular conduct as criminal? 3. To what extent is the English common law significant in contemporary American criminal law?   Chapter 2 Questions: 3. Compare and co..
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C H A P T E R 3 Constitutional Limitations on the Prohibition of Criminal Conduct   1. Can you think of an example of an ex post facto law? 3. Can a municipality enforce an ordinance totally banning religious organizations from canvassing neighborhoods in search of new members? W..
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Chapter 3 Can you think of an example of an ex post facto law? Can a municipality enforce an ordinance totally banning religious organizations from canvassing neighborhoods in search of new members? What about an ordinance that prohibits such canvassing between the hours of 8 P.M. and 8 A..
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Chapter 6 Offenses against Persons   Questions For Thought and Discussion 3. How can the prosecution establish the corpus delicti in a murder case when the body of the victim cannot be found? 5. Why has the common-law doctrine of felony murder become controversial among court..
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1. (TCO 1) In the early days of the American republic, this became something of a “legal bible.” 2. (TCO 1) Mala in se offenses includes _______. 3. (TCO 1) In rendering interpretations of the law, appellate courts generally follow precedent, in keeping with the common-law ..
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Chapter 9: Alcohol and Drug Offenses Questions for Thought and Discussion   2. Is requiring a person suspected of driving while intoxicated to submit to a blood-alcohol test a violation of the Fifth Amendment prohibition against compulsory self-incrimination? 4. What are the ..
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Chapter 9 1.What is the federal constitutional authority for enacting (a) antitrust and wire fraud laws? (b) Postal offenses? (c) securities laws?(d) bankruptcy laws? 2.Why does the rational for federal antitrust and securities laws require the availability of both civil and criminal sanc..
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Chapter 15: Search and Seizure Text: Questions for Thought and Discussion: 1, 6, 8 1. Today many security personnel are “private police,” yet Fourth Amendment protection has been extended only to those searches conducted by government officials. What arguments can be made for and against ..
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1.Page 475–476 Text: Questions for Thought and Discussion: Questions 1, 6, and 8 ·Today many security personnel are “private police,” yet Fourth Amendment protection has been extended only to those searches conducted by government officials. What arguments can be made for and against expandin..
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1. (TCO 6) In 1980, Congress enacted the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act, commonly known as the _______. 2. (TCO 6) Which of the following environmental laws contain(s) criminal provisions? 3. (TCO 6) P.R. Evaricator appeared in court a..
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1.)For each of the three (3) decision points, which alternative did you choose FIRST? What ethical and legal implications did you consider in arriving at your decision? Explain your reasoning. 2.)Were you satisfied with the outcome of your decision? Explain why or why not. 3.)Go back and ..
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Chapter 18: The Criminal Trial Questions for Thought and Discussion 1. Jurors are generally selected from among those citizens who have registered to vote or who have registered motor vehicles. Do these methods produce juries drawn from a “representative cross-section of the community”? C..
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Page 596-597, Text: Questions for Thought and Discussion: Questions 1, 5, and 7 1. Jurors are generally selected from among those citizens who have registered to vote or who have registered motor vehicles. Do these methods produce juries drawn from a “representative cross-section of the commu..
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