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Criminal Law

Subject : law
Instructions:
  • Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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1. what must judge establish during plea






2. crime prevention






3. conspiracy






4. miranda waiver






5. same offense test






6. burglary






7. what if it is erroneously included anyway






8. What is not voluntary






9. forgery






10. special needs exception






11. what if search was not valid






12. solicitation






13. requirements for wiretap warrant






14. consent exception






15. exclusionary rule






16. when is good faith not available






17. withdrawal of accomplice liability






18. malice






19. receit of stolen property






20. exigent circumstances






21. exception to miranda






22. unreasonable mistake of fact






23. when is it not larceny?






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






25. ineffective assistance of counsel






26. bail






27. rape






28. what has no reasonable expectation of privacy






29. 6th amendment right to counsel






30. exception to lesser included offense double jeapordy






31. insanity- irresistible impulse






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






33. lesser included offenses






34. inventory exception






35. larceny by trick






36. people who do NOT have reasonable expectation of privacy






37. how to withdraw plea






38. testimonial






39. specific intent crimes






40. attempt






41. non deadly force






42. unreliable ear doctrine






43. jury trial






44. accomplice liability






45. merger






46. battery






47. When failure to act will result in a crime






48. separate sovereigns






49. may illegally seized evidence be used






50. 5th amendment right to counsel