Crim law

Home > Flashcards > Print Preview

The flashcards below were created by user whetten on FreezingBlue Flashcards. What would you like to do?

  1. Express Malice (IK) (SI)
    a) Purpose to cause death
  2. Implied Malice (UK) (GI)
    a) Intent to inflict

    b) serious bodily harm
  3. Depraved Heart (UK) (GI)
    • a) extreme recklessness
    • b) w/r/t serious risk of harm
    • c) to another person
    • d) where the risky conduct
    • e) suggests a callous
    • f) indifference to human life
  4. Felony Murder Rule (UK)
    • a) an unintentional killing
    • b) proximately caused
    • c) during the commission
    • d) or attempted com.
    • e) of a dangerous felony
  5. Voluntary Mans. (IK) (SI)
    • a) intentional killing acted in
    • b) the heat of passion after
    • c) adequate provocation; or
    • d) acted in an honest
    • e) but unreasonable belief
    • f) that the killing was
    • g) was necessary in self defense.
  6. Involuntary Mans. (UK)(GI)
    • a)unintentional killing
    • b) caused either by
    • c) criminal negligence; or
    • d) during the commission of an
    • e) unlawful act
    • (malum in se - misdemeanor)
  7. Battery (GI)
    • a) The unlawful
    • b) application of force to
    • c) the person of another
    • d) that results
    • e) in bodily harm or
    • f) offensive touching
  8. Aggravated Battery (GI)
    • a) Battery where the def.
    • b) causes the victim
    • c) serious bodily harm; or
    • d) uses a deadly weapon; or
    • e) batters a woman, child,
    • f) or police officer.

    Mayhem - dismembering
  9. Assault (SI)
    • a) Purposeful creation,
    • b) other than
    • c) by mere words,
    • d) a fear of,
    • e) imminent bodily harm

    • f)
    • or an attempted battery
  10. Aggravated Assault (SI)
    • a) Commits the assault w/ a
    • b) deadly weapon; or
    • c) acts with the intent
    • d) to rape or
    • e) murder the victim.
  11. False Pretenses (SI)
    • a)A false representation
    • b)of a material fact
    • c)by the def. which causes
    • d)the victim to pass
    • e)his property's title to def.
    • f)who knows his representation
    • g)to be false
    • h)and intends thereby
    • i)to defraud the victim.
  12. Larceny (SI)
    • a) The taking (caption)
    • b) and C A (aspiration)
    • c) of the tangible property
    • d) of another w/ intent to
    • e) permanently deprive
    • f) the owner thereof.
  13. Robbery (SI)
    • a) Larceny
    • b) accompanied by force,
    • c) intimidation, threat or
    • d) violence.
  14. Rape (GI)
    • a) The act of unlawful
    • b) sexual intercourse
    • c) by a male
    • d) with a female
    • e) w/o her consent.
  15. Extortion (Blackmail) (SI)
    • a) Obtaining property
    • b) of another
    • c) by the use of threats
    • d) of future harm
    • e) to the victim or
    • f) his property
  16. Burglary (SI)
    • a)The breaking and entering
    • b)of the dwelling house (buildings,vehicles)
    • d)of another
    • e)in the nighttime (anytime)
    • f) with the intent to commit a felony therein.
    • (can be a misdemeanor)
  17. Arson (GI)
    • a) The malicious burning
    • b) of a person's dwelling
    • c) or an occupied structure
  18. Kidnapping
    • a) An unlawful restraint of
    • b) a persons liberty
    • c) by force or show of force
    • d) to be taken
    • e) to another location.

Card Set Information

Crim law
2011-07-01 12:58:32

Show Answers:

What would you like to do?

Home > Flashcards > Print Preview