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Criminal Law

Subject : law
Instructions:
  • Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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1. exception to lesser included offense double jeapordy






2. embezzlement






3. terry stop






4. death penalty






5. unreasonable mistake of fact






6. miranda warning






7. when is it gov't conduct to fall in the 4th/






8. insanity- irresistible impulse






9. knock and announce






10. robbery






11. exigent circumstances






12. what if it is erroneously included anyway






13. valid warrant






14. type of consent






15. battery






16. solicitation






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






18. false pretenses






19. durham test






20. entrapment






21. involuntary manslaughter






22. 5th amendment right to counsel






23. what must judge establish during plea






24. accomplice liability






25. general intent






26. larceny






27. what are co conspirators liable for






28. exclusionary rule






29. what is reasonable suspicion






30. when are you seized






31. lesser included offenses






32. forgery






33. 6th amendment right to counsel






34. infancy






35. people who do NOT have reasonable expectation of privacy






36. imperfect self defense






37. who is not an accomplice






38. reasonable mistake of fact






39. voluntary intoxication






40. bail






41. What is not voluntary






42. insanity - mc naughten test






43. jury trial






44. when is good faith not available






45. exception to miranda






46. non deadly force






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






48. uttering






49. plain view exception






50. miranda waiver