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Criminal Law

Subject : law
Instructions:
  • Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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1. may illegally seized evidence be used






2. separate sovereigns






3. strict liability






4. special needs exception






5. larceny by trick






6. burglary






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






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






9. ineffective assistance of counsel






10. durress






11. voluntary manslaighter






12. deadly force






13. retreat?






14. embezzlement






15. what are co conspirators liable for






16. malice






17. when is good faith not available






18. terry stop






19. if all co conspirators are acquitted vefore you then






20. who has reasonable expectation of privacy?






21. who is not an accomplice






22. consent exception






23. same offense test






24. imperfect self defense






25. terry frisk






26. attempt






27. people who do NOT have reasonable expectation of privacy






28. rape






29. robbery






30. limitations on felony murder






31. conspiracy






32. what is interrogation






33. entrapment






34. miranda warning






35. testimonial






36. continuing trespass






37. knock and announce






38. common law murder






39. unreasonable mistake of fact






40. unreliable ear doctrine






41. inventory exception






42. exigent circumstances






43. NY deadly force in crime prevention






44. insanity - mc naughten test






45. homicide






46. What is not voluntary






47. exceptions that permit retrial






48. larceny






49. requirements for wiretap warrant






50. forgery