Criminology Final Set 6
What are the four types of death?
First degree murder
Intentionally planned murder
Second degree murder
Includes the intent to cause death, but not premeditated
Third degree murder
Includes neither intent nor premeditation
Intentionally causing the death of another person in the heat of passion, caused by words or acts that provide adequate provocation.
Accidental homicide that results from extreme (culpable) negligence.
Excusable and Justifiable
Noncriminal homicide is divided into ___ and ___ homicide
Results from an act that normally would not caused death or from an act committed with ordinary caution that, because of the victim's negligence, results in death.
Killing in self-defense or in the defense of another person if the victim's actions and capability present imminent danger of serious injury or death.
An element of first and second degree murder--implies ill will, wickedness, or cruelty.
A death that may have two or more meanings, and the case may be presented as either a homicide or suicide depending on the circumstances.
Cuts on the hands, arms, and legs--result from when the victim attempts to ward off the attacker.
Less severe cutting marks that are caused by attempts to build up courage to make a fatal wound.