False Imprisonment & Kidnapping Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. If Tamara falsely imprisons an ex-boyfriend and gets caught, will she face felony or misdemeanor charges?

Question 2 2. Mary stalked a man for months, then broke into his house one night. She tied him to his bed with zip ties and wouldn't let him leave. He sustained several injuries during the ordeal. When he didn't show up to work for the second day in a row, his co-workers came to check on him. He was finally freed and ended up spending a few days in the hospital. Mary faced criminal charges and the victim faced a mountain of medical bills. What can he do?

Question 3 3. Which elements must exist for false imprisonment to occur?

Question 4 4. Renae was leaving her job one night and wasn't paying attention. A man came up behind her and forced her into the trunk of his car. He drove for a long time with her in the trunk. Her captor kept her in a cabin in the woods for several days until she was finally rescued. What charges may her captor face?

Question 5 5. Kee is a security officer at a local store. He saw a customer place several items in her purse as she shopped. As the customer began to walk to the exit door, Kee stepped in front of her and informed her that she needed to follow him to the back office. After becoming upset, yelling, and cursing at Kee, the customer went to the back office. Kee called the police and told the customer that she must wait with him for the police to arrive. The customer told Kee she would be filing false imprisonment charges against him. Does Kee have anything to worry about?

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Question 6 6. Which of the following is a factor that could result in a charge of aggravated kidnapping?

Question 7 7. Which of the following factors can result in an extremely aggravated kidnapping charge in the state of Tennessee?

Question 8 8. Aggravated kidnapping acconts for only about _____ percent of all kidnappings reported in the U.S. on an annual bases.

Question 9 9. Which of the following is an aggravating factor to kidnapping in the state of Texas?

Question 10 10. The crime of kidnapping is BEST defined as:

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Question 11 11. A child is reported missing or kidnapped in the United States every _____.

Question 12 12. How many types of kidnappers are there?

Question 13 13. Kidnappings by strangers most likely occur within _____ from home.

Question 14 14. Who was the first missing child to be put on a milk carton?

Question 15 15. What act allows federal law enforcement officers/agents to track kidnappers across state lines?

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Question 16 16. What is the name of the federal law applicable to international parental kidnappings?

Question 17 17. Which of the following provides some information on parental kidnapping characteristics based on 1999 statistics.

Question 18 18. What does the AMBER Alert system seek to do?

Question 19 19. Which of the following BEST describes parental kidnapping?

Question 20 20. Which of the following is true of parental kidnapping?

False Imprisonment & Kidnapping Chapter Exam Instructions

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