Criminology Review 1

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  1. A criminal justice model in which the majority of citizens in a society share the same values and beliefs refers to...
    Consensus Model
  2. Violent crimes are often referred to as Property Crimes. (True/False)
  3. Which is not considered at violent crime?

    A. Murder
    B. Robbery
    C. Rape
    D. Theft
    B. Robbery

    Robbery is not a violent crime.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  4. What is the statue of limitation on murder?
    No statue of limitation.
  5. Prostitution is an example of Public Order Crime. (True/False)
  6. Gambling and Public Intoxication are examples of a Property Crime. (True/False)
  7. Governmental powers that are shared by the federal and state governments refers to crime(True/False)
  8. Texas Rangers and Game Wardens are examples of which level of law enforcement?
    A. Local
    B. State
    C. Federal
    B. State
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  9. There are ____ Indian country jails in the U.S.
    A. 15
    B. 7
    C. 2
    D. 80
    D. 80
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  10. The authority to choose between and among alternative courses of action based on personal judgement refers to...
  11. ____ focuses more on protecting the rights of those accused of a crime.
    A. Consensus Model
    B. Due Process Model
    C. Crime Control model
    B. Due Process Model
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  12. Which is an example of DNA bodily fluid evidence?
    A. Saliva
    B. Fingernails
    C. Hair
    D. Toe Nails
    A. Saliva 

    Saliva is an example of DNA bodily fluid.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  13. ____ refers to methods used to identify a person based on their unique physical characteristics such as fingerprints or facial configuration.
    A. Biometrics
    B. DNA profiling
    C. Civic profiling
    A. Biometrics
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  14. ___ laws are normally initiated by individuals or corporations.
  15. ___ disputes involve landlord rental agreements and loan contracts.
  16. Accused parties referred to as....
  17. The degree of proof required in a civil case is...
    Preponderance of the evidence
  18. The degree of proof required in a criminal case is...
    Beyond a reasonable doubt
  19. A Class C Misdemeanor in Texas involves a $1,000 fine. (True/False)
  20. Capital felonies in Texas are punishable by ____.
    5-99 years
  21. A State Jail Felony is punishable by____.

    A. 2-10 years
    B. $500 fine
    C. 180 days to 2 years
    D. None of the above
    D. None of the above
  22. Caffeine, alcohol, and nicotine are examples of ____ drugs.
  23. The most addictive licit drug is....
  24. ___ is an annual report complied by the FBI noting 8 criminal offenses.
  25. Women are likely to be a victim of ___ in her life time.

    A. Rape
    B. Intimate partner violence
    C. Stalking
    D. All of the above
    D. All of the above
  26. An intimate partner includes ex-boyfriends and girlfriends? (True/False)
  27. Laws or ordinances created by federal, state, and local legislative bodies refer too....
    Statutory Law
  28. The rules, orders, and decisions of regulatory agencies such as the FDA and EPA refers to...
    Administrative Law
  29. The rules of law announced in court decisions refer to case law. (True/False)
  30. A court decision that furnishes an example of authority for deciding subsequent cases involving similar facts refer to...
  31. A text that defines the general principles of criminal responsibility and defines specific offenses refers to...
    Model Penal Code
  32. The commission of a crime is referred to...
    Actus Reus
  33. Which is not one of the four types of Culpable Mental States?

    A. Knowingly
    B. Criminal Negligence
    C. Intentionally
    D. Willingly
    D. Willingly
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  34. When the criminal act and intent occur together, this is referred to as...
  35. Conduct deemed criminal without actual harm being done refers to...
    Inchoate offense
  36. Recklessly is a Culpable Mental State. (True/False)
  37. Which is not one of the three tests to determine insanity in court?

    A. Transferred Intent
    B. Substantial Capacity 
    C. M'Naghten Test
    D. Irresistible Impulse Test
    A. Transferred Intent
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  38. The easiest standard of the three tests for a defendant to meet is the...
    Substantial-Capacity Test
  39. Unlawful pressure brought to bear on a person, causing the person to perform an act that he or she would otherwise not perform refers to...
  40. A defense against criminal liability in which the defendant asserts the circumstances required them to commit an illegal act refer to...
  41. Inducement by a public official to commit a crime tat he or she would otherwise not have committed refers to...
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Criminology Review 1
2015-04-16 22:52:03

Review Exam 1
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