Criminal Law - Test 2

1. Shoving another person may be considered what?

    A. assault
    B. libel
    C. endangerment
    D. battery

2. Alcohol, barbiturates, and Valium are classified as?

    A. stimulants
    B. depressants
    C. oxalates
    D. hallucinogens

3. An official who demands money in exchange for favorable reports is guilty of?

    A. blackmail
    B. extortion
    C. bribery
    D. embezzlement

4. Knowingly restraining a person bodily, and thus interfering with their liberty is?

    A. kidnapping
    B. abuse
    C. false imprisonment
    D. polemic

5. What % of all felony cases are concluded with plea bargains?

    A. 30%
    B. 50%
    C. 70%
    D. 90%

6. Receiving stolen goods or property is?

    A. a separate offense from theft
    B. implicit in the theft
    C. not a crime in itself
    D. the same as theft

7. Having a trained monkey enter a building to steal something inside is considered?

    A. breaking
    B. constructive entry
    C. transferred liability
    D. agent entry

8. Criminal law in the United States developed largely out of which system?

    A. English common law
    B. The Code of Hammurabi
    C. Anglo-Saxon law
    D. Roman law

9. What is the probability of a Black man in the US being imprisoned within his lifetime?

    A. 10%
    B. 20%
    C. 30%
    D. 40%

10. An agreement between two or more people to achieve a criminal purpose is called?

    A. a commercial bank
    B. a conspiracy
    C. a criminal contract
    D. racketeering

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