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Question 1.

This test, used for gauging the presence of actus reus in attempt crimes, holds that attempt occurs when it is no longer ambiguous to an ordinary person what the would-be offender intends.

▸ The "Probable Desistance" Test.

▸ The "Unequivocally" Test.

▸ The "Dangerous Proximity" Test.

▸ The "Indispensable Element" Test.

Question 2.

Which does NOT exist within a legal impossibility?

▸ There is Intention to Perform a Physical Act.

▸ There is a Performance of the Intended Physical Act.

▸ The Consequence Resulting from the Intended Act does not Amount to a Crime.

▸ The Motive, Desire, and Expectation not to Perform an Act in Violation of the Law.
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Answer 1

The "Unequivocally" Test.

Answer 2

The Motive, Desire, and Expectation not to Perform an Act in Violation of the Law.
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