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5 Matching questions

  1. Qualified Defense (Defamation)
  2. Voluntary Intoxication
  3. Private Necessity
  4. Comparative Negligence
  5. Battery
  1. a The defendant is trying to protect themselves, with paid monetary compensation
  2. b The intentional harmful or offensive touching to plaintiff or plaintiff's person/property
  3. c The media must exercise reasonable care or due diligence in their findings with the source in order to have a viable defense
  4. d Willingly knowing you're drinking or taking drugs
  5. e Both parties are at fault to a certain extent

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Lack the mental capacity to know the difference between right and wrong
  2. Parties can negotiate a settlement or outcome on their own or through their counselors
  3. Heat of passion, sudden snap
  4. Reasonable beyond reasonable doubt
  5. The intentional placing one without reasonable means of ingress or egress

5 True/False questions

  1. Privacy TortThe intentional harmful or offensive touching to plaintiff or plaintiff's person/property

          

  2. 5th Amendment1. No person shall be tried for the same offense twice
    2. Self-incrimination

          

  3. Roach v. SternI: Was there an issue of intentional infliction of emotional distress?
    R: Extreme and outrageous conduct calculated to cause emotional distress
    A: The way Tay's remains were handled against the wishes of her family would be considered extreme and outrageous behavior and Stern's actions caused emotional distress
    C: The appellate court reversed the lower court's decision

          

  4. ForgeryThe trespatory taking and asportation of the personal property of another

          

  5. Actus ReaUnique goods, such as land, paintings, etc.