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Criminal Law

Subject : law
Instructions:
  • Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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1. bail






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






3. people who do NOT have reasonable expectation of privacy






4. limitations on felony murder






5. imperfect self defense






6. knock and announce






7. what is reasonable suspicion






8. kidnapping






9. durham test






10. consent exception






11. robbery






12. unreliable ear doctrine






13. rape






14. plain view exception






15. search incident to arrest






16. MPC test






17. when is it not larceny?






18. common law murder






19. what is interrogation






20. entrapment






21. death penalty






22. non deadly force






23. lesser included offenses






24. attempt






25. general intent






26. double jeapordy attaches when






27. exception to lesser included offense double jeapordy






28. retreat?






29. what has no reasonable expectation of privacy






30. unreasonable mistake of fact






31. jury trial






32. what if it is erroneously included anyway






33. testimonial






34. how to withdraw plea






35. What is not voluntary






36. special needs exception






37. accomplice liability






38. continuing trespass






39. embezzlement






40. durress






41. assault






42. crime prevention






43. insanity- irresistible impulse






44. infancy






45. battery






46. who has reasonable expectation of privacy?






47. burglary






48. people who MAY have a reasonable expectation of privacy






49. 6th amendment right to counsel






50. larceny