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Question 1.
Which of the following is a procedural defense?


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Question 2.
Murder, robbery, and drug offenses would all be defined as crimes under


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Question 3.
______________ law results from legislative action and is thought of as the "law of the land" or the "law on the books."


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Question 4.
Tax laws, health codes, and restrictions on pollution are examples of


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Question 5.
_______________ is a Latin term meaning "the body of the crime."


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Question 6.
Which of the following is not an excuse defense?


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Question 7.
What terms describe a U.S. citizen's actions to help a foreign government overthrow, make war against, or seriously injure the United States.


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Question 8.

A woman breaks into a home and, once inside, is cornered by the family dog Spike, a Rottweiler. When the homeowner gets home and sees what Spike has in his possession, she calls the police who arrest the suspect. Based on these facts, the woman who broke into the home could be charged with __________.

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Question 9.
Which of the following elements of crime means "guilty mind?"


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Question 10.
Which type of law refers to the body of regulations which have been created by government to control the activities of industry, business and individuals?


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