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Test 1 questions
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Criminal and Traffic Codes
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  1. Crimes
    All crimes require the possibility of imprisonment with or without a fine
  2. Felony
    • -Greater than 1 year imprisonment
    • -Fine of $3,000 or more
    • -Or both
  3. Gross Misdemeanor
    • -Less than 1 year imprisonment
    • -Fine between $1,000-$3,000
    • -Or both
  4. Misdemeanor
    • -90 days or less imprisonment
    • -Fine between $300-$1,000
    • -Or both
  5. Petty misdemeanor
    • -Does not constitute a crime no imprisonment
    • -Fine not more than $300
  6. Order of criminal offence
    • 1. Felony
    • 2.Gross misdemeanor
    • 3.Misdemeanor
    • 4.Petty misdemeanor
  7. Great bodily harm
    • -High probability of death
    • -Causes serous impairment or disfigurement
  8. Substantial bodily harm
    • -Temporary but substantial disfigurement
    • -Temporary but substantial loss or impairment of the function of any bodily member or organ
    • -causes fracture of any bodily member
  9. Demonstrable bodily harm
    • -Bruising
    • -Redness
    • -Swelling
  10. Bodily harm
    • -Physical pain or injury
    • -any impairment of physical condition
  11. Order of bodily harm
    • 1. Death
    • 2. Great bodily harm
    • 3. Substantial bodily harm
    • 4. Demonstrable bodily harm
  12. Assault
    • 1. Act is done with intent to cause fear in another of immediate bodily harm or death
    • 2. intentional infliction or attempt to inflict bodily harm on another
  13. Probation
    • - Supervision no greater than set by statute
    • - Alternative to confinement
    • - To deter further criminal behavior
    • - Help repartition to victims
    • - Rehabilitation
  14. Capability of children to commit crime
    • - Children under age 14 are incapable of committing a crime
    • - Children 14-18 can be charged with a felony
    • - can be prosecuted if 16-18 and previously convicted of a felony
  15. Heinous crime
    -sentenced to life imprisonment without the possibility of release
  16. Duress
    All participants are held liable regardless of their location when the crime was committed
  17. Intoxication as a defense
    You cannot use intoxication as a defense

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