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Criminal Law

Subject : law
Instructions:
  • Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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1. if all co conspirators are acquitted vefore you then






2. what if search was not valid






3. deadly force






4. specific intent crimes






5. consent exception






6. miranda warning






7. inventory exception






8. automobile exception






9. exclusionary rule






10. receit of stolen property






11. particularity






12. challenges to ID procedures






13. 6th amendment right to counsel






14. people who do NOT have reasonable expectation of privacy






15. conspiracy






16. bail






17. What is not voluntary






18. kidnapping






19. exceptions that permit retrial






20. forgery






21. solicitation






22. insanity- irresistible impulse






23. homicide






24. rape






25. when can you use deadly force AND be initial aggressor?






26. separate sovereigns






27. what is interrogation






28. continuing trespass






29. attempt






30. durham test






31. if you withdraw from conspiracy






32. violations of knock and announce






33. arson






34. terry stop






35. when is it not larceny?






36. lesser included offenses






37. accomplice liability






38. general intent






39. same offense test






40. search incident to arrest






41. involuntary intoxication






42. what are co conspirators liable for






43. valid warrant






44. NY deadly force in crime prevention






45. malice






46. voluntary manslaighter






47. assault






48. is an accomplice's liability dependant on principle's liability?






49. infancy






50. entrapment