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The standard of proof in a criminal law case is:
beyond a reasonable doubt
Which of the following DOES NOT describe a felony?
if found guilty, you are sentenced to prison for up to six months
If you are convicted of disorderly conduct and are sentenced to pay a fine and nothing more, you have committed:
The "responsible corporate officer" doctrine means that:
corporate officers may be held liable for statutory violations committed by employees under their supervision.
If James takes Ellen's diamond-studded watch from her desk at work while Ellen is at lunch and does not return it, he may be guilty of the crime of:
Bob often left his friend, Mark, in charge of his bicycle store. One Saturday evening, after Mark had left for the week, Bob discovered that he was missing $9,000 in cash. Mark may be guilty of:
A person may be found not liable for committing a crime if that person:
suffers from a mental disease and lacks substantial capacity to appreciate the wrongfulness of his or her acts
If Carl holds a gun to your head and tells you to steal money from your employer on his behalf (because you're the accountant and can do it rather easily), you:
have a defense of duress.
Cyber crime can best be defined as:
not a new type of crime but a new way of committing crime--in cyberspace.
Perhaps the most significant federal statute specifically addressing cyber crime is the:
Counterfeit Access Device and Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.
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