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5 Matching questions

  1. Comparative Negligence
  2. Self-defense
  3. Interference with prospective advantage
  4. Negligence
  5. Plea bargain
  1. a a tort where there is an intentional and unjustified intervention with a relationship that a party had been developing with others in an effort to obtain new business or more business
  2. b juries are permitted to compare the levels of negligence to determine if Plaintiff was in any manner at fault for the injuries s/he sustained, and if so then reduce a verdict by the amount
  3. c a negotiated agreement between a prosecutor and a criminal defendant for the defendant to plead guilty to a lesser offense or to only one of multiple charges in exchange for concessions such as a lighter sentence or a dismissal of the other charges
  4. d the failure to do something that a reasonable person, guided by the ordinary considerations that regulate human affairs, would do or the doing of something that a reasonable person would not do
  5. e generally, a legal excuse for the use of force to resist an attack on one's person or to defend another person who is under attack or property that is under attack

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the offering, giving, receiving, or soliciting of something of value for the purpose of influencing the action of an official in the discharge of public or legal duties
  2. land, the products of land and property that cannot be moved
  3. the intentional detention or restraint of an individual by another
  4. "Beyond a Reasonable Doubt.
  5. a wrong committed upon the person or property of another, where the actor is expressly or impliedly judged to have intended to commit the act that led to the injury

5 True/False questions

  1. Mens reathe state of mind of the actor


  2. Misrepresentationwords or conduct by a person to another that, under the circumstances, amount to a false statement


  3. Actus reusguilty act; the wrongful deed that constitutes the physical component of a crime; usually must be joined with mens rea to establish criminal liability


  4. Misdemeanors are charged by a document known as anInformation which is compiled by a victim and the police.


  5. Statute of limitationsactus reus and mens rea are proven in evidence law then a conviction results.