Crim

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Crim
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  1. Categories
    • 1. General Principals
    • 2. Accomplice Liability
    • 3. Inchoate Offenses
    • 4. Crimes Against Persons
    • 5. Crimes Against Property
    • 6. Defenses
  2. 1. General Principals
    • a. Actus Reus
    • b. Mens Rea
    • c. Concurrence
    • d. Causation
  3. 2. Accomplice Liability
    • a. Common law: conv. of principal req.
    • b. Modern statutes: Prin. & accomplice liability., accessory after fact lesser charge
    • c. Withdrawal: repudiation for encouragement, attempt prevention for participation
  4. 3. Inchoate Offenses
    • a. Solicitation
    • b. Conspiracy
    • c. Attempt
  5. 4. Crimes Against Persons
    • a. Homicide
    • b. Assault
    • c. Battery
    • d. False Imprisonment
    • e. Kidnapping
    • f. Mayhem
    • g. Rape
  6. 5. Crimes Against Property
    • a. Larceny
    • b. Embezzlement
    • c. False Pretenses
    • d. Rec. Stolen Property
    • e. Robbery
    • f. Extortion
    • g. Arson
    • h. Burglary
  7. 6. Defenses
    • a. Self defense
    • b. Defense of others
    • c. Defense of property
    • d. Crime prevention
    • e. Arrests
    • f. Resisting unlawful arrest
    • g. Insanity
    • h. Intoxication
    • i. Infancy
    • j. Durress
    • k. Mistake
  8. 4a. Homicide
    • 1. Unlawful killing of another
    • 2. with Malice
    • 3. by D

    Malice: intent to kill, GBI, reckless disregard, felony murder: BARRK.
  9. 4b. Assault
    • 1. attempted battery, or
    • 2. intent to create imminent apprehension of bodily harm
  10. 4c. Battery
    • 1. unlawful application of force
    • 2. resulting in an offensive touching or bodily injury
  11. 4d. False Imprisonment
    • Unlawful confinement of a person
    • without consent
  12. 4e. Kidnapping
    • Unlawful confinement
    • with movement or concealment of victim
  13. 4f. Mayhem
    Dismemberment or disfigurement of a bodily part
  14. 4g. Rape
    • Unlawful carnal knowledge
    • of a woman by a man
    • not her husband
    • without consent
  15. 5a. Larceny
    • 1. Trespassory taking
    • 2. Carrying away
    • 3. Intent to permanently deprive
  16. 5b. Embezzlement
    • 1. Fradulent conversion
    • 2. of another's personal property
    • 3. by person in lawful possession
  17. 5c. False Pretenses
    • 1. Obtaining title
    • 2. to property of another
    • 3. intentional false statement
    • 4. with intent to defraud
  18. 5d. Receiving Stolen Property
    • 1. Receipt of stolen property
    • 2. known to be obtained illegally
    • 3. with intent to permanently deprive owner

    (property must be stolen at time of receipt or attempt only)
  19. 5e. Robbery
    • 1. Taking of another's property
    • 2. from other's person or presence
    • 3. by force or immediate threat of force
    • 4. with intent to permanently deprive
  20. 5f. Extortion
    • 1. Obtaining another's property
    • 2. by means of threat to do harm or expose information
  21. 5g. ARson
    • 1. Malicious (intentional or reckless disregard)
    • 2. burning
    • 3. of another's dwelling
  22. 5h. Burglary
    • 1. Breaking and entering
    • 2. of a dwelling of another
    • 3. at night
    • 4. with the intent to commit a felony therein

    Modern: no dwelling, night, or felony required.
  23. 6a. Self Defense
    Reasonable force may be used to protect oneself against imminent unlawful injury

    Deadly force: no duty to retreat, aggressors must withdraw and communicate, or have their non-deadly force met with deadly w/ no chance to withdraw
  24. 6b. Defense of others
    If you reasonably believe other has right to self defense
  25. 6g. Insanity
    MAID

    • 1. M'Naughten - lack understanding of actions
    • 2. ALI - lack understanding or conform conduct
    • 3. Irresistible impulse - unable to conform conduct
    • 4. Durham product - crime a product of mental illness
  26. 6h. Intoxication
    • 1. Voluntary - specific intent
    • 2. Involuntary - all crimes
  27. 6i. Infancy
    • 1. 0-7 - no liability
    • 2. 7-14 - rebuttable presumption
    • 3. 14+ - adult
  28. 6k. Mistake
    • 1. Fact: specific intent, reasonable for general intent
    • 2. Law: generally not a defense

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