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# CJA 354 Week 3 Reading Assignment Review

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Chapter 7

TRUE/FALSE. Write 'T' if the statement is true and 'F' if the statement is false.

1.Justifiable homicide is homicide that is permitted under the law.

2. Ray is employed by the state of Texas to execute prisoners who have been sentenced to death. When Ray executes a prisoner, he has committed murder.

3. Ray is employed by the state of Texas to execute prisoners who have been sentenced to death. When Ray executes a prisoner, he has committed homicide.

4. Under the common law, the killing of an unborn child was chargeable as homicide even though the fetus was not considered "alive."

5. Vehicular homicide is the killing of a human being by the operation of a motor vehicle by another human being in a reckless manner likely to cause the death of, or great bodily harm to, another.

FILL IN THE BLANK / SHORT ANSWER. Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question.

6. ________ differs from murder in that the malice and premeditation are lacking.

7. First-degree murder is any willful, deliberate and ________ unlawful killing.

8. Murder for which the death penalty is authorized by law is known as ________ murder.

9. Provocation is said to be adequate if it would cause a(n) ________ person to lose self-control.

10. The conscious disregard of one's duties, resulting in injury or damage to another is known as gross ________.

Chapter 8

TRUE/FALSE. Write 'T' if the statement is true and 'F' if the statement is false.

11. All states have laws setting out special circumstances under which an assault is considered aggravated.

12. Stalking activities cannot be committed in cyberspace.

13. It is not legally possible for one woman to rape another woman.

14. Sexual contact generally means a touching short of sexual intercourse.

FILL IN THE BLANK / SHORT ANSWER. Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question.

15. Many jurisdictions have extended the scope of their assault statutes to include intentional scaring or ________.

16. Bob intends to hit Ray by throwing a rock at him. Bob throws the rock, misses Ray but hits Mary. Bob is guilty of battery on Mary via transferred ________.

17. In most jurisdictions, it is considered ________ battery to commit a battery on a police officer.

18. At common law, ________ was unlawful sexual intercourse with a female without her consent.

19. The federal ________ law is sometimes called the Lindbergh Law.

Chapter 9

TRUE/FALSE. Write 'T' if the statement is true and 'F' if the statement is false.

20. The mailman delivers a package with an expensive coat in it to Bob's house by mistake. Bob sees that it is addressed to Ray, but the coat fits him nicely, so he keeps it. Bob is guilty of larceny.

21. A defendant who steals property may also be convicted of receiving the same property.

22. When property is stolen from a dead person, the crime cannot be robbery.

23. "Cybercrime" is another word for criminal mischief.

FILL IN THE BLANK / SHORT ANSWER. Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question.

24. Crimes of ________ include larceny, extortion, embezzlement, false pretenses, robbery, and the receiving of stolen property.

25. For the crime of ________ pretenses to be committed, title must also pass to the defendant.

26. Making a piece of furniture in a manner to pass it off as being antique would constitute the crime of criminal ________.

27. In a robbery case, the test to determine if the property is taken from the ________ of the victim is whether the victim was in a location where he or she could have prevented the taking if he or she had not been intimidated or forcibly restrained from doing so.

28. Blackmail is a form of ________ in which a threat is made to disclose a crime or other social disgrace.

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