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AMU LSTD 302 CRIMINAL LAW
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Does anyone have assignments, quizzes, mid-term and or final for AMU LSTD 302 CRIMINAL LAW course?

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Quiz 3 (due the end of week 5)
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Part 1 of 1 -    100.0 Points
Question 1 of 10   10.0 Points
There are three types of homicide.

 
 
    A. True

 B. False




Answer Key: True
Question 2 of 10   10.0 Points
Depraved heart murder is when death results from conduct that shows a wanton disregard for human life and when there is a high probability the conduct will result in death.

 
 
    A. True

 B. False




Answer Key: True
Question 3 of 10   10.0 Points
Corpus delicti means the body or substance of the crime.

 
 
    True

 False





Answer Key: True
Question 4 of 10   10.0 Points
Under common law assault and battery were two separate crimes.

 
 
    A. True

 B. False




Answer Key: True
Question 5 of 10   10.0 Points
A battery requires the element of fear or apprehension.

 
 
    True

 False





Answer Key: False
Question 6 of 10   10.0 Points
In order to be guilty of false imprisonment the victim must not consent to the act of being confined or restrained.

 
 
    True

 False





Answer Key: True
Question 7 of 10   10.0 Points
Rape includes anal, vaginal,or oral penetration by force or threat of force.

 
 
    A. True

 B. False




Answer Key: True
Question 8 of 10   10.0 Points
The act of obtaining physical possession or control of another's property is called assault.

 
 
    True

 False





Answer Key: False
Question 9 of 10   10.0 Points
A common defense for sexaul assault cases is consent.

 
 
    A. True

 B. False




Answer Key: True
Question 10 of 10   10.0 Points
The crime of embezzlement involves a hostile taking of personal property.

 
 
    A. True

 B. False




Answer Key: False




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Quiz 4 (due the end of week 6)
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Part 1 of 1 -   100.0 Points
Question 1 of 10   10.0 Points
The difference bewteen theft and robbery is the use of force or threat of force.

 
 
     A. True

  B. False





Answer Key: True
Question 2 of 10   10.0 Points
The old common law defined Burglary as the unlawful entry into the premises of another, at night, with the intent to commit a felony.

 
 
     A. True

  B. False





Answer Key: True
Question 3 of 10   10.0 Points
Obtaining peoperty by threats of future harm is known as extortion.

 
 
     True

  False





Answer Key: True
Question 4 of 10   10.0 Points
Under the old common law, burglary was punished by death.

 
 
     A. True

  B. False





Answer Key: True
Question 5 of 10   10.0 Points
A person's deliberate, willful,and malicious burning of a building or personal property is arson.

 
 
     True

  False





Answer Key: True
Question 6 of 10   10.0 Points
A__________________ ___occurs when a person remains in a place where he or she is not privileged to remain even after notice of trespass is given.

   

   A. innocent trespass   
   

   B. malicious trespass   
    

   C. defiant trespass   



Answer Key: C
Question 7 of 10   10.0 Points
Proof of possession of drugs may be proved only by actual possession.

 
 
     A. True

  B. False





Answer Key: False
Question 8 of 10   10.0 Points
Common law required that a burglary be committed at night.

 
 
     A. True

  B. False





Answer Key: True
Question 9 of 10   10.0 Points
All states and the federal government have enacted the Uniform Controlled Substances Act of 1970.

 
 
     A. True

  B. False





Answer Key: True
Question 10 of 10   10.0 Points
Posession of drug paraphernalia is never a crime.

 
 
     A. True

  B. False





Answer Key: False




Attached file(s)* Quiz 1 (90%).doc (141.5 KB - downloaded 54 times.)
* Final Exam.docx (108.2 KB - downloaded 55 times.)
* Mid-Term.docx (110.66 KB - downloaded 62 times.)
* Quiz 2 (90%).doc (151 KB - downloaded 71 times.)
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AMU LSTD 302 CRIMINAL LAW
Jul 30, 2012

This is great, thank you!

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Do you have additional course information, forum discussions etc..?



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Aug 7, 2012

Thanks! I've been looking for this for almost 3 weeks....Much appreciated.



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I need the LSTD302 final exam, anyone can help?



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I need the LSTD302 final exam, anyone can help?

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Aug 15, 2012

Wow thanks for the help I was dying!!!!



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Thank you for the informative post



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Oct 9, 2012

 LSTD 302 Quiz 1 and 2?



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thank you!



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Post Merge: Jul 30, 2012
Quiz 3 (due the end of week 5)
Return to Assessment List



Part 1 of 1 -    100.0 Points
Question 1 of 10   10.0 Points
There are three types of homicide.

 
 
    A. True

 B. False




Answer Key: True
Question 2 of 10   10.0 Points
Depraved heart murder is when death results from conduct that shows a wanton disregard for human life and when there is a high probability the conduct will result in death.

 
 
    A. True

 B. False




Answer Key: True
Question 3 of 10   10.0 Points
Corpus delicti means the body or substance of the crime.

 
 
    True

 False





Answer Key: True
Question 4 of 10   10.0 Points
Under common law assault and battery were two separate crimes.

 
 
    A. True

 B. False




Answer Key: True
Question 5 of 10   10.0 Points
A battery requires the element of fear or apprehension.

 
 
    True

 False





Answer Key: False
Question 6 of 10   10.0 Points
In order to be guilty of false imprisonment the victim must not consent to the act of being confined or restrained.

 
 
    True

 False





Answer Key: True
Question 7 of 10   10.0 Points
Rape includes anal, vaginal,or oral penetration by force or threat of force.

 
 
    A. True

 B. False




Answer Key: True
Question 8 of 10   10.0 Points
The act of obtaining physical possession or control of another's property is called assault.

 
 
    True

 False





Answer Key: False
Question 9 of 10   10.0 Points
A common defense for sexaul assault cases is consent.

 
 
    A. True

 B. False




Answer Key: True
Question 10 of 10   10.0 Points
The crime of embezzlement involves a hostile taking of personal property.

 
 
    A. True

 B. False




Answer Key: False




Post Merge: Jul 30, 2012
Quiz 4 (due the end of week 6)
Return to Assessment List

Part 1 of 1 -   100.0 Points
Question 1 of 10   10.0 Points
The difference bewteen theft and robbery is the use of force or threat of force.

 
 
     A. True

  B. False





Answer Key: True
Question 2 of 10   10.0 Points
The old common law defined Burglary as the unlawful entry into the premises of another, at night, with the intent to commit a felony.

 
 
     A. True

  B. False





Answer Key: True
Question 3 of 10   10.0 Points
Obtaining peoperty by threats of future harm is known as extortion.

 
 
     True

  False





Answer Key: True
Question 4 of 10   10.0 Points
Under the old common law, burglary was punished by death.

 
 
     A. True

  B. False





Answer Key: True
Question 5 of 10   10.0 Points
A person's deliberate, willful,and malicious burning of a building or personal property is arson.

 
 
     True

  False





Answer Key: True
Question 6 of 10   10.0 Points
A__________________ ___occurs when a person remains in a place where he or she is not privileged to remain even after notice of trespass is given.

   

   A. innocent trespass   
   

   B. malicious trespass   
    

   C. defiant trespass   



Answer Key: C
Question 7 of 10   10.0 Points
Proof of possession of drugs may be proved only by actual possession.

 
 
     A. True

  B. False





Answer Key: False
Question 8 of 10   10.0 Points
Common law required that a burglary be committed at night.

 
 
     A. True

  B. False





Answer Key: True
Question 9 of 10   10.0 Points
All states and the federal government have enacted the Uniform Controlled Substances Act of 1970.

 
 
     A. True

  B. False





Answer Key: True
Question 10 of 10   10.0 Points
Posession of drug paraphernalia is never a crime.

 
 
     A. True

  B. False





Answer Key: False



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