Criminal Law - Test 1

1. A person declares that she's committed a crime before the police can take her into custody. May her declaration be admitted?

    A. no, since she has not been notified of her right to counsel.
    B. yes, since she made her declaration pre-emptively.
    C. yes, since she has entered the police station and thereby waived her rights.
    D. yes, since she freely gave her admission to the police unsolicited.

2. A qualifying circumstance cannot be presumed, but must be established by:

    A. proof beyond reasonable doubt
    B. substantial evidence
    C. preponderance of evidence
    D. clear and convincing evidence

3. A crime committed by performing an act which casts dishonor or discredit upon another person:

    A. libel
    B. slander
    C. incrimination
    D. intrigue

4. The raising of a commotion or public disturbance against the government:

    A. treason
    B. rebellion
    C. sedition
    D. coup d'etat

5. Which of the following is not a requirement of establishing misrepresentation?

    A. false statement
    B. false opinion
    C. statement of existing fact or law
    D. reliance on the statement

6. Felonies where the acts or omissions of the offender are malicious:

    A. intentional
    B. deliberate
    C. culpable
    D. inculpable

7. What area is tort law primarily concerned with?

    A. public administration
    B. criminal evidence
    C. civil injuries and remedies
    D. international treaties

8. John orders a pizza by phone, and says he will pay on delivery. Which of the following constitutes consideration?

    A. placing the call
    B. accepting delivery of the pizza
    C. handing over the money
    D. promising to pay for the pizza

9. What remedies are not available for any type of misrepresentation?

    A. damages
    B. rescission
    C. both rescission and damages
    D. specific performance

10. The improper performance of some act which might lawfully be done:

    A. misfeasance
    B. malfeasance
    C. nonfeasance
    D. dereliction

Degree Programs
Popular Majors
    Test Prep     Privacy Policy     Terms of Use     About     Contact

This website is not affiliated with any educational organization, and all trademarks are the exclusive property of the respective owners. Kooksta.com is the work of a group of students in Bangkok, and all copyrighted works on this website are offered for educational purposes only, governed by the four-factor rule, section 107 of the US Copyright Act, 1976.