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Parties to Crime & Inchoate Offenses Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. The most common type of solicitation is _____.

Question 2 2. Generally, what is the definition of solicitation?

Question 3 3. A person might be convicted of solicitation for attempting to persuade someone to engage in _____.

Question 4 4. Most laws indicate that one may not be found guilty of _____ if he or she _____ decides not to participate in the crime.

Question 5 5. Which of the following statements is NOT true?

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Question 6 6. An _____ in a crime has the same level of responsibility for the crime as the principal, and is on the hook for all crimes the principal commits during the primary crime. This is called _____ liability.

Question 7 7. Joey decides to do a home invasion on Ross and Rachel. He gets Monica to tell him when Ross and Rachel will be home so he can personally rob them. If Joey ends up shooting Ross, which is true regarding Monica?

Question 8 8. The _____ is the primary actor in the commission of a crime.

Question 9 9. When a person assists another in a crime, which is true?

Question 10 10. When trying to determine whether a helper to the principal in a crime is an accomplice or an accessory, the law looks at:

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Question 11 11. Under which of the following theories was Sarausad found guilty of murder and attempted murder?

Question 12 12. Which of the following best describes the procedural history of Sarasuad's case?

Question 13 13. What standard did the Supreme Court say should be used to evaluate the state court's interpretation of federal law in Waddington v. Sarasaud?

Question 14 14. What was the main point of the Supreme Court's dissenting justices in Waddington v. Sarausad?

Question 15 15. Sarasaud alleged that his imprisonment was unlawful, and thus he filed a writ of _____.

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Question 16 16. A unilateral conspiracy occurs when:

Question 17 17. For the element of agreement to be met for the crime of conspiracy, there must be:

Question 18 18. For the element of involvement of two or more people to be met for the crime of conspiracy, there must be:

Question 19 19. The overt act element of a conspiracy must be:

Question 20 20. For a conspiracy to exist:

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Question 21 21. When a _____ or the primary actor in the commission of a crime has assistance from someone, that person might be fully liable for the crime.

Question 22 22. Which is the BEST definition of an accomplice?

Question 23 23. Sarah was an accomplice of Candy's credit card fraud scheme, and a credit card owner caught Candy stealing his card. Candy killed the credit card owner so the police would not be contacted. Which is a TRUE statement regarding the crimes Sarah could be charged?

Question 24 24. Vicarious liability is also called:

Question 25 25. Tina was hired to sell insurance for Bob, and she sold a fake policy to Claire. Tina then kept the money for herself. Which is TRUE if Claire had an accident, and needed to make an insurance claim?

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Question 26 26. What is solicitation?

Question 27 27. Which of the following constitutes 'conspiracy to commit a crime'?

Question 28 28. Which answer best describes 'attempt to commit a crime'?

Question 29 29. Which of the following best describes mens rea?

Question 30 30. What best describes an inchoate crime?

Parties to Crime & Inchoate Offenses Chapter Exam Instructions

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