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  1. Offender, with intent
    To cause SBI and does cause it
    By means of a deadly weapon
    • 1st degree assault
    • 18-3-202
  2. Threatening a peace officer with a deadly weapon
    • 1st degree assault
    • 18-3-202
  3. While in custody, threatens any employee of a detention facility with a deadly weapon
    • 1st degree assault
    • 18-3-202
  4. Recklessly engages in conduct
    Which creates a substantial risk
    of SBI to another
    • Reckless endangerment
    • 18-3-208
  5. When someone engages in any conduct, whether act, omission or possession intending to assist another to commit an offense
    AND
    Their conduct constitutes a substantial step toward the commission of a crime
    • Criminal Attempt
    • 18-2-101
  6. Knowingly seized and carried victim without consent or legal jurisdiction, and against the victim's will
    • 2nd degree kidnapping
    • 18-3-302
  7. Persuades, or attempts to persuade, a child under 15 years old to enter any place with intent to commit a sexual assault or unlawful sexual contact upon said child
    • Enticement of a child
    • 18-3-305
  8. Knowingly caused the death of another, without taking the time to think or reflect
    • 2nd degree murder
    • 18-3-103
  9. -Killed another by conduct amounting to criminal negligence
    -Failed to perceive the risk (through error, omission or mistake)
    • Criminally negligent homicide
    • 18-3-105
  10. -With intent to promote or facilitate a crime he agrees with another person(s)
    That they will engage in conduct which constitutes a crime or an attempt
    AND he agrees to aid them
    --An overt act in pursuance of that conspiracy must be proved
    • Conspiracy
    • 18-2-201
  11. Offender operated a motor vehicleIn a reckless manner OR
    dui/dwai AND
    conduct was the proximate cause of death of another person
    • Vehicular homicide
    • 18-3-106
  12. Failing to perceive, through gross deviation from reasonable care standard, a substantial and unjustifiable risk that death will result from one's own conduct
    Criminal negligence
  13. What is the criminal term for being "aware, yet consciously disregarding a substantial and unjustifiable risk that a result will occur"
    • Recklessly
    • 18-1-501(8)
  14. -Offender, with intent
    -To cause bodily injury (pain) and does cause it
    -By means of a deadly weapon
    • 2nd degree assault
    • 18-3-203 (b)
  15. Intent to cause and does cause bodily injury to a peace officer
    • 2nd degree assault
    • 18-3-203(c)
  16. Through reckless use of weapons causes serious bodily injury to another
    • 2nd degree assault
    • 18-3-203(d)
  17. For a purpose other than lawful medical or therapeutic treatment, intentionally causes stupor, unconsciousness or other physical or mental impairment to another person by administering to him, without consent, a drug or substance capable of producing the intended harm

    Basically, drugging somebody
    • 2nd degree assault
    • 18-3-203(e)
  18. --In custody, knowingly and violently applies physical force against a peace officer
    --Assault with bodily fluids against an employee of a detention facility
    • 2nd degree assault
    • 18-3-203(f)
  19. Knowingly or recklessly caused bodily injury (pain)OR
    With criminal negligence cause bodily injury by means of a deadly weapon
    • 3rd degree assault
    • 18-3-204(a)
  20. Placing another in fear of serious bodily injury
    • Menacing (misdemeanor)
    • 18-3-206(1)
  21. Placing another in fear of serious bodily injury by means of a deadly weapon, or any item the victim is made to believe is a deadly weapon
    • Felony menacing
    • 18-3-206(a)
  22. Caused the death of another person with intent and after deliberation
    • 1st degree murder
    • 18-3-102(1)(a)
  23. Caused the death of another person and displayed extreme indifference to the value of human life
    • 1st degree murder
    • 18-3-102(1)(d)
  24. I looked it up, technically Pokorny is committing Harassment against me (Kaley).
    18-9-111
    She "repeatedly insults, taunts, challenges or makes communications in offensively course language to another in a manner likely to promote a violent or disorderly response"
  25. Death caused by overdose from drugs sold to a minor (<18) on/near school grounds
    • 1st degree murder
    • 18-3-102(1)(e)
  26. Knowingly caused the death of a child <12 while in a position of trust
    • 1st degree murder
    • 18-3-102(1)(f)
  27. What are the offenses that qualify for the felony murder rule?
    • Burglary
    • Rape
    • Arson
    • Kidnapping
    • Escape
    • Sexual assault
    • (B.R.A.K.E.S.)
    • 18-3-102(b)
  28. Actor knowingly communicates
    Over a computer or computer network
    To a person he knows or believes to be under 15
    Describing explicit sexual conduct
    AND
    Makes a statement persuading or inviting the victim to meet for any purpose
    The actor is more than 4 years older than he believes the victim to be
    • Internet luring of a child
    • 18-3-306
  29. Recklessly caused the death of another
    OR
    Assists another in suicide
    • Manslaughter
    • 18-3-104
  30. Operates a motor vehicle in a reckless manner
    OR
    DUI/DWAI
    AND
    actions result in SBI
    • Vehicular assault
    • 18-3-205
  31. Without legal authority and with intent to induce another person against their will
    To act or refrain from performing a lawful act
    Threatens to confine or restrain
    Cause economic hardship, or bodily injury to, or damage property or reputation of
    • Criminal extortion
    • 18-3-207
  32. A person commands, induces, entreats or otherwise attempts to persuade another person
    OR
    Offers services or another's services to a 3rd person to commit a felony
    OR
    With intent, promotes or facilitates commission of that crime
    • Solicitation
    • 18-2-301
  33. Intent to force victim or another to make any concession or anything of value
    Forcibly seizes and carries any person from one place to another
    Entices or persuades any person to go from one place to another
    Imprisons (w/ movement) or forcibly secretes any person
    • 1st degree kidnapping
    • 18-3-301
  34. What makes 1st degree kidnapping a class 1 felony (instead of a class 2 felony)?
    • Bodily injury
    • 18-3-301
  35. Knowingly
    Confined or detained another
    Without legal authority or consent
    • False imprisonment (misdemeanor)
    • 18-3-303
  36. Knowingly
    Confined or detained another
    Without legal authority or consent
    With use of force or threat of force in order to detain
    AND
    Confined or detained the victim for more than 12 hours
    • Felony false imprisonment
    • 18-3-303(2)
  37. At what age can a person be charged with a criminal act?
    10 years
  38. Knowingly uses personal ID information, financial ID info or financial device of another without permission or lawful authority to obtain cash, credit, property, services or any other thing of value or to make a financial payment
    • Identity theft
    • 18-5-902
  39. Knowingly possesses the personal ID info, financial ID info, or financial device or another without permission of lawful authority with intent to use or to aid or permit some other person to use the information or device to obtain cash, credit, property, services or any other thing of value or to make a financial payment
    • Identity theft
    • 18-5-902
  40. With the intent to defraud, falsely makes, completes, alters, or utters a written instrument or financial device containing any personal ID or financial ID information of another
    • Identity theft
    • 18-5-902
  41. Knowingly possesses the personal ID or financial info of another w/o permission or lawful authority to use in applying or completing an application for a financial device or line of credit
    • Identity theft
    • 18-5-902
  42. Knowingly uses or possesses ID info of another without permission or lawful authority with the intent to obtain government-issued documents
    • Identity theft
    • 18-5-902
  43. Any person who takes away any child not his own under the age of 18 with intent to keep or conceal the child from his parent or guardian.
    • 2nd degree kidnapping
    • 18-3-302
  44. -Any actor who knowingly inflicts sexual penetration or intrusion
    -The actor causes submission of the victim by means of sufficient consequence reasonably calculated to cause submission against the victim’s will
    • Sexual assault
    • 18-3-401
  45. -Any actor who knowingly inflicts sexual penetration or intrusion; AND
    -Victim is at least 15 but less than 17 years old and the actor is at least 10 years older
    -What class of felony or misdemeanor sexual assault is this?
    Class 1 misdemeanor
  46. Sexual contact only
    Through clothing
    Touching the breasts, buttocks, genital areas of either sex
    For sexual gratification (knowingly NOT accidental)
    • Unlawful sexual contact
    • 18-3-404
  47. Observation of the intimate parts of another who has an expectation of privacy
    --"Peeping Tom Rule"
    • Unlawful sexual contact
    • 18-3-404
  48. Sexual contact only
    Victim must be under 15 and the actor at least 4 years older
    • Sexual assault on a child
    • 18-3-405
  49. -Makes a credible threat to another person; AND
    -repeatedly follows, approaches, contacts that person; OR
    -Repeatedly follows, approaches, contacts another person; AND
    -Causes that person to suffer "serious emotional distress"
    • Stalking
    • 18-3-602
  50. As it relates to property crimes, what is the definition of a "building?"
    • A structure which has the capacity to contain, and is designed for the shelter of, man, animals or property
    • 18-4-101(1)
  51. As it relates to property crimes, what is the definition of an "occupied structure?"
    • Any area, place, facility or enclosure which... may be used by persons or animals... and which is in fact occupied by a person or animal and known by the defendant to be thus occupied at the time he acts
    • 18-4-101(2)
  52. -Knowingly sets fire or by use of explosives damages
    -Any building, occupied structure belonging to another
    -Without consent of another
    • 1st degree arson
    • 18-4-102
  53. -Knowingly sets fire or by use of explosives damages
    -Any personal property of another (NOT a building or occupied structure)
    -Without consent of the owner
    • 2nd degree arson
    • 18-4-103
  54. -By means of fire or explosives
    -Intentionally damages any property (including buildings/occupied structures)
    -With the intent to defraud
    • 3rd degree arson
    • 18-4-104
  55. -Knowingly or recklessly
    -Starts or maintains a fire or causes an explosion
    -On any property (his or another’s)
    -Places another in danger of death or SBI
    -Places a building or occupied structure of another in danger of damage
    • 4th degree arson
    • 18-4-105
  56. -Knowingly enters unlawfully or remains unlawfully after a lawful or unlawful entry into a building or occupied structure, With intent to commit a crime therein; AND
    -While getting into a building or in immediate flight there from;
    -He assaults or menaces anyone; OR
    -If any participant is armed with a deadly weapon or explosive
    • 1st Degree Burglary
    • 18-4-202
  57. -Knowingly breaks or enters unlawfully, or remains unlawfully after a lawful or unlawful entry in a building or occupied structure
    -With intent to commit a crime therein
    • 2nd degree burglary
    • 18-4-203
  58. -Entering or breaking into (with intent to commit a crime); a
    -Vault, safe, cash register, coin vending machine, product dispenser, money depository, safe deposit box, coin telephone, and coin box, or other apparatus or equipment
    • 3rd degree burglary
    • 18-4-204
  59. -Possesses any explosive, tool, instrument or other article adapted, designed or commonly used for committing or facilitating the commission of an offense involving forcible entry into premises or theft by a physical taking; AND
    -Intends to use the thing possess, or knows that some person intends to use the thing possessed in commission of such an offense
    • Possession of burglary tools
    • 18-4-205
  60. Knowingly takes anything of value;
    From person or presence of another;
    By use of force, threats or intimidation
    • Robbery
    • 18-4-301
    • Class 4 felony
  61. -Knowingly takes anything of value from the person or presence of another by use of force or threats of force;
    -Armed with a deadly weapon (or simulates a weapon);
    -Intent to kill, maim or wound if victim resists;
    -Puts person in reasonable fear of death or bodily injury;
    • Aggravated robbery
    • 18-4-302
    • Class 3 felony
  62. -Commits aggravated robbery as defined by 18-4-302; AND
    -Break into a pharmacy (or any place having lawful possession of a controlled substance) and steal a controlled substance
    • Aggravated robbery of a controlled substance
    • 18-4-303
    • Class 2 felony
  63. -Knowingly obtains/exercises control over;
    -Anything of value of another;
    -Without authorization or by threat or deception;
    -Intends to permanently deprive another of the thing’s use or benefit
    • Theft
    • 18-4-401
  64. Knowingly obtains or exercises control over a motor vehicle without authorization or by threat or deception; AND
    Possession and control of vehicle for more than 24 hours
    • 1st degree aggravated motor vehicle theft
    • 18-4-409
  65. Knowingly obtains or exercises control over a motor vehicle without authorization or by threat or deception; AND
    Disguising the vehicle; OR
    Altered the VIN;
    • 1st degree aggravated motor vehicle theft
    • 18-4-409
  66. Knowingly obtains or exercises control over a motor vehicle without authorization or by threat or deception; AND
    Used the vehicle in a crime (not traffic offenses);
    • 1st degree aggravated motor vehicle theft
    • 18-4-409
  67. Knowingly obtains or exercises control over a motor vehicle without authorization or by threat or deception; AND
    Removed vehicle from state for more than 12 hours;
    • 1st degree aggravated motor vehicle theft
    • 18-4-409
  68. Knowingly obtains or exercises control over a motor vehicle without authorization or by threat or deception; AND
    Caused $500 or more damage to the vehicle; OR
    Caused bodily injury to another; OR
    Used plates not issued to vehicle
    • 1st degree aggravated motor vehicle theft
    • 18-4-409
  69. -Offender knowingly;
    -Obtained or exercised control over;
    -Motor vehicle of another;
    -Without authorization or by threat or deception
    • 2nd degree aggravated motor vehicle theft
    • 18-4-409(4)
  70. -Offender knowingly;
    -Damaged real or personal property;
    -Of one or more other persons;
    -Including the property owned by the person jointly with another person (rental);
    -Or property owned by the person in which another person has a possessory or proprietary interest;
    -In the course of a single criminal episode;
    -Penalty depends on the value of the damage committed
    • Criminal mischief
    • 18-4-501
  71. What is the class of felony or misdemeanor where the amount of damage (criminal mischief) to real or personal property is less than $500?
    Class 2 misdemeanor
  72. What is the class of felony or misdemeanor where the amount of damage (criminal mischief) to real or personal property is $500-1,000?
    Class 1 misdemeanor
  73. What is the class of felony or misdemeanor where the amount of damage (criminal mischief) to real or personal property is $1,000-20,000
    Class 4 felony
  74. What is the class of felony or misdemeanor where the amount of damage (criminal mischief) to real or personal property is greater than $20,000?
    Class 3 felony
  75. -Knowingly and unlawfully;
    -Enters or remains in a dwelling; OR
    -Enters a motor vehicle with intent to commit a crime there in (Class 5 felony)
    • 1st degree criminal tresspass
    • 18-4-502
  76. -Unlawfully enters or remains in or upon the premises;
    -Which are enclosed in such a manner designed to exclude intruders; OR
    -Are fenced; OR
    -Are known to be the common areas of a hotel, motel, condo or apartment building; OR
    -Knowingly and unlawfully enters or remains in a motor vehicle of another
    -If a felony is committed on fenced agricultural land, it is a class 4 felony
    • 2nd degree criminal tresspass
    • 18-4-503
  77. -Unlawfully enters or remains;
    -In or upon the premises
    -It is a class 5 felony if the person trespasses on premises so classified as agricultural land with the intent to commit a felony thereon
    • 3rd degree criminal tresspass
    • 18-4-504
  78. -With intent to cause interruption or impairment;
    -Of a service rendered by a utility (gas/electric/etc);
    -Or an institution providing health or safety protection
    • 1st degree criminal tampering
    • 18-4-505
  79. -Tampers with the property of another;
    -With intent to cause injury, inconvenience or annoyance; OR
    -Makes an unauthorized connection with another property’s utility service
    • 2nd degree criminal tampering
    • 18-4-506
  80. -Offender, without consent of owner;
    -Defaced/caused or aided in or permitted the defacing of;
    -Public or private property;
    -By painting, drawing, writing, marring the surface of the property or other method of defacement;
    -By the use of paint, spray paint, ink, or other substance
    • Defacing property (graffiti) 
    • 18-4-509
  81. What are the 4 instances of prima facie evidence of Abandonment of a Vehicle 18-4-512
    • The motor vehicle has been left for more than seven days unattended and unmoved; OR
    • License plates or other identifying marks have been removed from the motor vehicle; OR
    • The motor vehicle has been damaged or is deteriorated so extensively that it has value only for junk or salvage; OR
    • The owner has been notified by a law enforcement agency to remove the motor vehicle, and it has not been removed within three days after notification.
  82. -A person, with intent to defraud, falsely makes, completes, alters a written document;
    -That, if completed, is intended to represent one of the following:
    --issue of money, stamps or security
    --stocks or bonds
    --a deed, will or contract
    --a public record
    --lottery tickets
    --document making instruments that may be used in the production of false identification
    • Forgery
    • 18-5-102
  83. A person, with intent to defraud, falsely makes, completes, alters or utters a written instrument of a kind not described in 18-5-102 "Forgery"
    • 2nd degree forgery
    • 18-5-104
  84. -With intent to defraud a vendor, a person knowingly uses a slug (substitute for a coin, bill); OR
    -Makes, possesses or disposes of a slug to enable a person to use them fraudulently
    • Unlawfully using slugs
    • 18-5-111
  85. -A person knowingly assumes a false or fictitious identity and;
    --Becomes a bail or surety; OR
    --Performs any act which may subject the real person to legal or civil action; OR
    --Does so to benefit him/her self or injure the real person
    • Criminal impersonation
    • 18-5-113
  86. -Knowing he/she has insufficient funds;
    -With the intent to defraud;
    -issues a check for the payment of services, wages, salary, commissions, labor, rent, money, property, or other thing of value,
    • Fraud by check
    • 18-5-205
  87. Opening a checking account using false identification for the purpose of issuing false checks
    Fraud by check 18-5-205
  88. -Intentionally uses a credit card, bank card, etc for the purpose of obtaining cash and thereby defraud; AND
    -The card has been expired/revoked/cancelled; OR
    -The use of the card is not authorized by the issuer or account holder
    • Unauthorized use of a financial transaction device
    • 18-5-702
  89. -Offender is in possession, with intent to use, deliver, circulate or sell;
    -A financial transaction device (credit/debit card);
    -Which has not been embossed or encoded with any personal or institutional information
    • Criminal possession or sale of a bank financial transaction device
    • 18-5-705
  90. -Possession of any tools, photographic equipment, printing equipment, or any other  device;
    -Commonly used in the manufacture or altering;
    -Of any financial transaction device; AND
    -Intends to use or knows that others will use said devices criminally
    • Criminal possession of forgery devices
    • 18-5-706
  91. -Knowingly uses personal, financial or other information without permission or lawful authority to obtain cash/credit/any thing of value or to make a financial payment; OR
    -Knowingly possesses personal info of another to aid or permit a third party to use such information to obtain cash/credit/any thing of value or make a financial payment; OR
    -With intent to defraud, falsely makes or alters a personal/financial history of another to apply for a financial device or a government issued document
    • Identity theft
    • 18-5-902
  92. Any person who, while still married, marries or cohabits with another
    • Bigamy
    • 18-6-201
  93. -Person knowingly marries, inflicts sexual penetration, sexual intrusion, sexual contact;
    -Upon an ancestor or descendant, including:
    -- Natural child, child by adoption, or step child (at least 21 years of age); OR
    -- Brother/sister of half or whole blood, an uncle, aunt, nephew or niece of the whole blood (at least 10 years of age)
    • Incest
    • 18-6-301
  94. -Person knowingly marries, inflicts sexual penetration, sexual intrusion, sexual contact;
    -Upon an ancestor or descendant, including:
    -- Natural child, child by adoption, or step child (under 21 years of age); OR
    -- Brother/sister of half or whole blood, an uncle, aunt, nephew or niece of the whole blood (under 10 years of age)
    • Aggravated incest
    • 18-6-302
  95. -A person causes injury to a child's life/health; OR
    -Permits a child to be placed in a position that poses a threat to the child's health; OR
    -Engages in a continued pattern that results in the child suffering malnourishment or cruel punishments that ultimately results in death or SBI to the child
    • Child Abuse
    • 18-6-401
  96. Under Child Abuse (18-6-401), what is the age requirement for a "child?"
    Under 16 years old
  97. -Knowingly provides shelter to a minor (under 16);
    -Without consent of a parent/guardian;
    -And if the person intentionally:
    --Fails to release the child to law enforcement;
    --Fails to disclose the location of the child to law enforcement;
    --Obstructs law enforcement;
    --Fails to report within 24 hours that a minor is being sheltered
    • Harboring a Minor
    • 18-6-601
  98. Induces, aids or encourages a child to violate any law
    • Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor
    • 18-6-701
  99. In Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor (18-6-701), what age defines a "child?"
    Under 18 years
  100. What is the definition of "domestic violence" in 18-6-800.3?
    • An act, or threatened act of violence upon a person with whom the actor has been involved in an intimate relationship.
    • Used as a method of coercion, control, punishment, intimidation or revenge directed against a person with whom the actor is  or has been involved in an intimate relationship
  101. What is the definition of "intimate relationship" in 18-6-800.3 (Domestic Violence)?
    A relationship between spouses, former spouses, past or present unmarried couples, or persons who are both the parents of the same child regardless of whether or not the persons have been married or lived together at any time
  102. What is the definition of an "at risk adult" in 18-6.5-102(2) (Wrongs to At Risk People)
    • Any person who is 70 or older; OR
    • 18 years or older and is a person with a disability
  103. What is the definition of an "at risk juvenile" in 18-6.5-102(4)  (Wrongs to At Risk People)
    Any person who is under the age of 18 and is a person with a disability
  104. What is the definition of a "Person with a disability" in 18-6.5-102(11)  (Wrongs to At Risk People)
    • Any person who:
    • Permanent loss of use of hand or foot, or because of blindness or permanent impairment of vision of both eyes to constitute virtual blindness
    • Is unable to walk, see, hear or speak
    • Is unable to breathe without mechanical assistance
    • Is developmentally disabled
    • Is a person with an intellectual and developmental disability
  105. -Offender knowingly;
    -Performed or agreed to perform;
    -Any act of sexual intercourse, fellatio, cunnilingus, masturbation or anal intercourse;
    -With a person not the offender's spouse
    -For money or anything of value
    • Prostitution
    • 18-7-201
  106. What age qualifies a person as a "child" under 18-7-401, "Child Prostitution?"
    Under the age of 18
  107. Offender knowingly;
    -Solicited another; OR
    -Arranged a meeting of persons; OR
    -Offered to arrange a meeting of persons; OR
    -Directed another to a place ensuring such direction
    --AND
    Was for the purposes of prostitution
    • Soliciting for Prostitution
    • 18-7-202
  108. Offender knowingly;
    -For anything of value;
    -Arranged or offered to arrange a situation;
    -In which a person may practice prostitution
    • Pandering
    • 18-7-203
  109. -Offender engages in an act of sexual intercourse or deviate sexual conduct (Kerr)
    -With a prostitute;
    -Who was not the offender's spouse
    • Patronizing a prostitute
    • 18-7-205
  110. -Offender knowingly;
    -Lived on or was supported in whole or in part by money or anything of value;
    -Through prostitution
    • Pimping
    • 18-7-206
  111. -Offender knowingly;
    -Exposed his/her genitals (not including breasts, buttocks or pubic hair);
    -To the view of any person;
    -Under circumstances in which such conduct is likely to cause affront or alarm to the other person
    • Indecent exposure
    • 18-7-302
  112. -Offender is an employee of a correctional facility or jail; AND
    -Engaged in sexual contact/penetration/intrusion;
    -With a person who is in lawful custody at the time of the act
    • Sexual conduct in a penal institution
    • 18-7-701
    • Haha, it says "penal"
  113. -Offender knowingly observes or takes photographs of another's intimate parts;
    -Without that person's consent;
    -In a situation where the person photographed has a reasonable expectation of privacy
    • Criminal invasion of privacy
    • 18-7-801
  114. -Offender intentionally obstructs, impairs or hinders;
    -A public servant;
    -In the performance of government functions;
    -By using or threatening;
    --Violence, force or physical interference/obstacle
    • Obstructing government operations
    • 18-8-102
  115. -Offender knowingly prevents or attempts to prevent;
    -A peace officer acting under color of his authority;
    -From effecting the arrest of the actor or another by:
    --Using or threatening to use physical force; OR
    --Using any means which creates a risk of bodily injury to the peace officer or another
    • Resisting arrest
    • 18-8-103
  116. If Daniel Wittler threatens to kick a peace officer's ass to prevent a third party from being lawfully arrested, Wittler is guilty of what crime?
    • Resisting arrest
    • 18-8-103
  117. -Offender knowingly impairs, obstructs or hinders;
    -A peace officer acting under color of his authority;
    -By threatening to use violence, physical force, physical interference or an obstacle
    • Obstructing a peace officer, firefighter, etc
    • 18-8-104
  118. -Offender, with intent;
    -Renders assistance to another that has committed a crime;
    -So as to hinder, delay or prevent;
    -The discovery, detection, apprehension, prosecution, conviction or punishment of the criminal
    • Accessory to crime
    • 18-8-105
  119. -A person, 18 years or older;
    -When commanded by a peace officer;
    -Unreasonably fails or refuses to aid the peace officer;
    -In effecting or securing an arrest
    • Refusing to aid a peace officer
    • 18-8-107
  120. -Knowingly causes by any means a false alarm of fire or other emergency exit alarm to be transmitted to a 1st responding agency; OR
    -Makes a report or knowingly causes the transmission of a report to law enforcement authorities of a crime he knows did not occur; OR
    -Makes a report or knowingly causes the transmission of a report to law enforcement authorities pretending to furnish information related to an offense when he knows that he possesses no such information or he knows that the information is false
    • False reporting
    • 18-8-111
  121. A person knowingly provides false identifying information to law enforcement authorities
    • False reporting
    • 18-8-111
  122. -A person knowingly;
    -Aids, abets, or assists another person;
    -To escape or attempt to escape;
    -From custody or confinement
    • Aiding escape
    • 18-8-201
  123. -While escaping or attempting to escape from lawful confinement;
    -Commits an assault;
    -With intent to commit bodily injury with a deadly weapon; OR
    -By any means of force likely to produce serious bodily injury
    • Assault During Escape
    • 18-8-206
  124. -A person who, with intent to alter or affect a public servant's decision, action or opinion;
    -Attempts to influence any public servant;
    -By means of deceit, threat of violence or economic reprisal
    • Attempt to Influence a Public Servant
    • 18-8-306
  125. By statute (18-8-802), how long do you have to report excessive force?
    10 days
  126. For Rioting in a Detention Facility (18-8-211), how many participants are required?
    3 -- The actor "with two more persons"
  127. -The actor, with two or more persons;
    -While confined in a detention facility;
    -Actively participates in violent conduct;
    -That creates a grave danger of or does cause damage to property or injury to persons; AND
    -Substantially obstructs the performance of institutional functions; OR
    -Induces or attempts to persuade others to engage in such conduct
    • Rioting in a Detention Facility
    • 18-8-211
  128. In 18-9-101, a "Riot" is defined as involving a minimum of how many participants?
    Three or more
  129. For "Inciting a Riot," (18-9-102) how many participants are required for the charge?
    6 -- The person must "incite a group of five or more persons to engage in a current or pending riot"
  130. -A person incites a group of 5 or more;
    -To engage in a current or pending riot; OR
    -Issues commands or signals;
    -To a group of 5 or more persons in furtherance of a riot
    • Inciting a Riot
    • 18-9-102
  131. What element changes "Engaging in a Riot" (18-9-104) from a M2 to a F4?
    If the actor "employs a deadly weapon, a destructive device, or any article used to fashioned in a manner to cause a person to reasonably believe that the article is a deadly weapon"
  132. Intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly--
    Made a course, offensive utterance, gesture or display in a public place tending to incite an immediate breach of the peace
    • Disorderly conduct
    • 18-9-106
  133. Intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly--
    Made unreasonable noise in a public place or near a private residence
    • Disorderly conduct
    • 18-9-106
  134. Intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly--
    Fought with another in a public place
    • Disorderly conduct
    • 18-9-106
  135. Intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly discharged a firearm in a public place (not being a peace officer, lawfully target shooting or hunting)
    • Disorderly conduct
    • 18-9-106
  136. With intent to harass, annoy or alarm;
    -Strikes, kicks, shoves or touches a person; OR
    -In public, directs obscene language or gestures; OR
    -Follows a person about in a public place; OR
    -Initiates communication with a person anonymously or otherwise by phone, computer, etc; OR
    -Makes repeated communication at inconvenient hours; OR
    -Repeatedly taunts, insults, challenges or makes communications in offensively course language
    • Harassment
    • 18-9-111
  137. -Knowingly eludes or attempts to elude a peace officer, and while doing so operates the vehicle in a reckless manner
    • Vehicular eluding
    • 18-9-116.5
  138. What are the 7 classifications protected under Bias-Motivated Crimes 18-9-121(1)
    • Race
    • Color
    • Religion
    • Ancestry
    • National origin
    • Physical or mental disability
    • Sexual orientation
  139. -With intent to intimidate or harass another because of their actual or perceived;
    -Race/color/religion/ancestry/national origin/physical or mental disability/sexual orientation

    -Knowingly causes bodily injury to another; OR
    -Knowingly, by word or conduct, places another in fear of imminent lawless action directed at that person or their property;OR
    -Knowingly causes damage or destruction to the property of another person
    • Bias-Motivated Crime
    • 18-9-121
  140. Knowingly projects any any object or substance at or against any vehicle or equipment designed for the transportation of persons or property
    • Throwing missiles at vehicles - harassment of bicyclists
    • 18-9-116
  141. It's illegal to wiretap or eavesdrop.
    Doyle didn't seem to care if we knew much about the statutes, he just said we had to know this guys. So it is what it is.
  142. What is the barrel and total length of a "short rifle?"
    18-12-101(h)
    • Barrel: 16 inches
    • Total: 26 inches
  143. What is the barrel and total length of a "Short shotgun?"
    18-12-101(i)
    • Barrel: 18 inches
    • Total: 26 inches
  144. 18-12-102(1) - What classifies as a "dangerous weapon?"
    • Firearm silencer
    • Machine gun
    • Short shotgun
    • Short rifle
    • Ballistic knife
  145. 18-12-102(2) - What classifies as an "illegal weapon?"
    • Blackjack
    • Gas gun
    • Metallic knuckles
    • Gravity knife
    • Switchblade knife
  146. -Knowingly and unlawfully aims a firearm at another person; OR
    -Recklessly or with criminal negligence discharges a firearm or shoots a bow & arrow
    -Sets a loaded gun, trap or device designed to cause an explosion and leaves it unattended; OR
    -Has in his possession a firearm while he is under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance; OR
    -Knowingly and unlawfully uses a stun gun in commission of a crime
    • Prohibited use of weapons
    • 18-12-106
  147. At what length is a knife considered illegal?
    Illegal Knife (18-12-101[f])
    • Must be under 3.5 inches
    • AKA The Hanson Rule
  148. -Offender knowingly or recklessly;
    -Discharged a firearm into;
    -A dwelling or other building or occupied structure; OR
    -A motor vehicle occupied by a person
    • Illegal Discharge of a Firearm
    • 18-12-107.5
  149. Under what dollar level is Theft 18-4-401 considered a petty offense?
    • $50
    • 18-4-401(2)(b)
  150. Over what dollar amount is Theft 18-4-401 considered a felony?
    • $2,000
    • 18-4-401(2)(f)

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