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Law & Justice: Criminal Parties
principal
accomplice
accessory before the fact
accessory after the fact
the person who commits the crime
someone who helps another person commit the crime
a person who orders a crime or who helps the principal commit…
a person who, knowing a crime has been committed, helps the p…
principal
the person who commits the crime
accomplice
someone who helps another person commit the crime
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Criminal Law - Parties to crime
Abet
Counsel
Procure
Mens rea for participation by assistan…
Encouragement, aid, instigate. Presence can constitute abetme…
Provision of advice/information. "Urging"
S deliberately induces or influences P to commit offence. To…
INTENTION to participate in crime committed by P.... - Intend ow…
Abet
Encouragement, aid, instigate. Presence can constitute abetme…
Counsel
Provision of advice/information. "Urging"
Criminal Law - Parties to offences
Principal party
Contribution to actus reus
No contribution to actus reus (Ngamu)
Innocent agency
Is the person who 'actually commits the offence' s 66(1)(a)... M…
Where actus reus constitutes one central element, joint princ…
A joint principal party who contributes to the actus reus of…
A with mens rea for offence X, procures B, who lacks mens rea…
Principal party
Is the person who 'actually commits the offence' s 66(1)(a)... M…
Contribution to actus reus
Where actus reus constitutes one central element, joint princ…
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LLB London: Criminal Law chapters 2-5
Woolmington v DPP 1935
limits to D of automatism
sane v insane automatism ; verdict?
sane insane, burden of proof
burden is on P, requirement that act is voluntary.
1. D exercised some control... 2. where condition can be brought…
sane: can be acquitted... insane : not guilty by reason of insan…
sane : D medical evidence supporting plea, P beyond reasonabl…
Woolmington v DPP 1935
burden is on P, requirement that act is voluntary.
limits to D of automatism
1. D exercised some control... 2. where condition can be brought…
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Criminal Law - Parties
Principal party
Contribution to actus reus by PP
Ngamu v R
Innocent agency
Person who actually commits the offence (s 66(1)(a)). May be…
Where this consists of one central element, joint PPs can bri…
No contribution to actus reus by PP. CA approved the distribu…
A with MR procures B who lacks MR to do the AR. B's innocent…
Principal party
Person who actually commits the offence (s 66(1)(a)). May be…
Contribution to actus reus by PP
Where this consists of one central element, joint PPs can bri…
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criminal law -- parties to a crime
assistance to the primary actor ______…
acquittal of one participant does not…
elements of liability as aider and abe…
participation can be by either _______…
after
other participant
participation ... intent
encouraging or assisting ... presence
assistance to the primary actor ______…
after
acquittal of one participant does not…
other participant
Criminal Law: Chapter 5: Parties to Crime
Abrogate
Autopsy
Bailiff
Battery
Abolish, nullify, repeal
Dissection or testing of a body to determine cause of death
Officer assigned to keep order in the court
Unlawful use of force on another
Abrogate
Abolish, nullify, repeal
Autopsy
Dissection or testing of a body to determine cause of death
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Criminal Law- Final (Party Liability)
Principle in the First Degree
Principle in the Second Degree
Accessory Before the Fact
Accessory After the Fact
The one who is the actual perpetrator of the crime
The one who is present at the scene of the crime and actually…
Absent when the crime is committed, but counseled or commande…
With knowledge of the committee crime, the party who intends…
Principle in the First Degree
The one who is the actual perpetrator of the crime
Principle in the Second Degree
The one who is present at the scene of the crime and actually…
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Scheb & Scheb-Criminal Law:Chapter 4: Elements to/Parties of Crimes
accessories after the fact
accessories before the fact
accomplices
act of omission
Person who, with knowledge that a crime has been committed, c…
Persons who aid or assist others in the commission of an offe…
Persons who voluntarily unite with others in the commission o…
The failure to perform an act required by law.
accessories after the fact
Person who, with knowledge that a crime has been committed, c…
accessories before the fact
Persons who aid or assist others in the commission of an offe…
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Criminal Law: CH 5 Parties to Crime
Abrogate
Autopsy
Bailiff
Battery
Abolish, nullify, repeal
Dissection or testing of abody to determine cause of death
Officer assigned to keep order in the court
Unlawful use of force an another
Abrogate
Abolish, nullify, repeal
Autopsy
Dissection or testing of abody to determine cause of death
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Criminal Law: Chapter 4 - Inchoate Offenses and Parties to Crime
inchoate crime
substantial step
mere preparation
last act test
An unfinished crime that generally leads to another crime. Al…
(1) Significant activity undertaken in furtherance of some go…
An act or omission that may be part of a series of acts or om…
In the crime of attempt, a test that asks whether the accused…
inchoate crime
An unfinished crime that generally leads to another crime. Al…
substantial step
(1) Significant activity undertaken in furtherance of some go…
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Criminal Law - Inchoate Crimes/Parties to Crime & Accomplice Liability
Attempt
Abandonment
Conspiracy
Pinkerton Doctrine
Significant overt act must be an act (or act of perpetration)…
Voluntary means true change of heart; complete means that D i…
When 2+ persons agree to the planning, execution, and commiss…
Each conspirator is liable for the crimes of all the other co…
Attempt
Significant overt act must be an act (or act of perpetration)…
Abandonment
Voluntary means true change of heart; complete means that D i…
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Adapti Bar - Criminal Law - Parties to Crime Accomplice Liability
Accomplice
Accomplice mere presence
Principal in the first degree
Principal in the second degree
Someone that gives assistance or encourages or fails to act w…
not enough
Actual perpetrator who performs the criminal act with the req…
Someone present at the scene of the felony and aids, abets, o…
Accomplice
Someone that gives assistance or encourages or fails to act w…
Accomplice mere presence
not enough
Criminal Law:Chapter 3: Anticipatory Offenses and Parties to Crimes
Inchoate crimes
Solicitation
What are the 2 elements of Solicitation?
Attempt
anticipatory, uncompleted, or incipient crimes
The asking, inciting ordering urgently requesting or enticing…
An act(commanding, encouraging, or demanding that another per…
A crime that may be defined as an act involving two basic ele…
Inchoate crimes
anticipatory, uncompleted, or incipient crimes
Solicitation
The asking, inciting ordering urgently requesting or enticing…
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Ch. 4, criminal law basics: intent, acts, causation, parties and inchoate crimes
specific intent
general intent
scienter
mala in se
the intent to bring about a specific result, offender uses le…
when the offender wants to take a specific action, but does n…
a legal term for knowledge.
crimes that are deemed inherently dangerous to society, such…
specific intent
the intent to bring about a specific result, offender uses le…
general intent
when the offender wants to take a specific action, but does n…
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Criminal Law
Elements of a crime
Indictable Offence
Summary Offence
Accused
Against the law, against morality, harmful to society, punish…
A serious criminal offence for which the defendant is entitle…
less severe offences that are heard and sentenced by a magist…
The person charged with a criminal offence
Elements of a crime
Against the law, against morality, harmful to society, punish…
Indictable Offence
A serious criminal offence for which the defendant is entitle…
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Criminal Law Vocabulary Set #1
Criminal Law
Corrections
Defendant
Guilty
A system of law concerned with the punishment of those who co…
The variety of programs, services, facilities, and organizati…
A person charged with committing a crime.
To be found responsible for committing a crime.
Criminal Law
A system of law concerned with the punishment of those who co…
Corrections
The variety of programs, services, facilities, and organizati…
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Criminal vs Civil Law
Criminal Law
Civil Law
Criminal Law
Criminal Law
the body of law that deals with crime and legal punishment of…
Preponderance of evidence. Claimant must produce evidence bey…
Innocent until proven guilty
Case filed by the government
Criminal Law
the body of law that deals with crime and legal punishment of…
Civil Law
Preponderance of evidence. Claimant must produce evidence bey…
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Chapter 2 - Criminal Law
Crime
Suspect
Accused
Defendant
an act against the law
a person who is suspected of a crime
a person officially charged with a crime
an individual or group being sued or charged with a crime
Crime
an act against the law
Suspect
a person who is suspected of a crime
Chapter 13, Criminal Law
Prosecutor
Impartial jury
Bench trial
Jury panel
Attorney representing the people in criminal matters
A jury that is unbiased and does not favor one party or the o…
A case heard and decided by a judge
Group of people called to court from which a jury is chosen
Prosecutor
Attorney representing the people in criminal matters
Impartial jury
A jury that is unbiased and does not favor one party or the o…
CRIMINAL LAW
FUNDAMENTAL OBSERVATIONS
INCHOATE CRIMES
CRIMINAL HOMICIDE
EXPRESS MALICE
Actus Reus / Mens Rea... Accomplice Liability... Vicarious Liability
SAC... Solicitation... Attempt... Conspiracy
1) a person is guilty of criminal homicide if he purposely, k…
Intent to kill - deadly weapon rule
FUNDAMENTAL OBSERVATIONS
Actus Reus / Mens Rea... Accomplice Liability... Vicarious Liability
INCHOATE CRIMES
SAC... Solicitation... Attempt... Conspiracy
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Scheb & Scheb - Criminal Law: Chapter 1- Legal Foundations of CJ
actus reus
appellate courts
arraignment
Bill of Rights
A wrongful act which combined with other necessary elements o…
Judicial tribunals that review decisions from lower tribunals.
An appearance before a court of law for the purpose ofpleadin…
A written enumeration of basic rights, usually part of a writ…
actus reus
A wrongful act which combined with other necessary elements o…
appellate courts
Judicial tribunals that review decisions from lower tribunals.
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Bar Exam: Criminal Law 2016
Elements for a crime
Jurisdiction
Year and a day rule
Florida Jurisdiction over a Homicide
Act: voluntary, can be omission, must have legal duty to act…
Florida Ct has jurisdiction if the crime was committed in the…
Florida abolished it. MBE has it.... If someone dies more than…
There are 3 situations where Florida has jurisdiction over a…
Elements for a crime
Act: voluntary, can be omission, must have legal duty to act…
Jurisdiction
Florida Ct has jurisdiction if the crime was committed in the…
CRIMINAL LAW
Elements of a crime
Indictable Offence
Summary Offence
Accused
Against the law, against morality, harmful to society, punish…
A serious criminal offence for which the defendant is entitle…
less severe offences that are heard and sentenced by a magist…
The person charged with a criminal offence
Elements of a crime
Against the law, against morality, harmful to society, punish…
Indictable Offence
A serious criminal offence for which the defendant is entitle…
Chapter 8, Criminal Law
Principal in the first degree
Principal in the second degree
Accessory before the fact
Accessory after the fact
The person who personally performed the criminal act
The person who is present during the crime and aids and abets…
He aids and abets the criminal but does not commit the actual…
Someone who does not actually participate in the crime but of…
Principal in the first degree
The person who personally performed the criminal act
Principal in the second degree
The person who is present during the crime and aids and abets…
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Criminal Law Test 1
Tort
mala in se
mala prohibita offenses
felonies
private wrongs for which you can sue the party who wronged yo…
offenses that require some level or criminal intent
are crimes only because a specific statue or ordinance prohib…
crimes punishable by death or confinement in the states priso…
Tort
private wrongs for which you can sue the party who wronged yo…
mala in se
offenses that require some level or criminal intent
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Ch. 3 Criminal Law
Crime
Plaintiff
Prosecutor
Defendant
act against the public good
party that accuses a person of a crime
government attorney who presents the case in court against th…
the person who is tried for a crime
Crime
act against the public good
Plaintiff
party that accuses a person of a crime
Chapter 9, Criminal Law
Inchoate crimes
Attempt
Mens Rea of Attempt
Actus Reus of Attempt
Crimes that were never completed.Are also known as anticipato…
To actually try to commit a crime and have the actual ability…
The mens rea is the intent or purpose to commit a specific cr…
The most difficult question in an attempt case is when does t…
Inchoate crimes
Crimes that were never completed.Are also known as anticipato…
Attempt
To actually try to commit a crime and have the actual ability…
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Criminal Law
Crime
Conditions of a Crime (4)
Purpose of Criminal Law (4)
Criminal Code of Canada
An act or the ommission of an act that is prohibted and punis…
1) Considered wrong by society ... 2) Harmful to society ... 3) Har…
1) Protect People... 2) Protect Property... 3) Maintain Societal Or…
- Applies to all Canadians equally... - Lists offences, procedur…
Crime
An act or the ommission of an act that is prohibted and punis…
Conditions of a Crime (4)
1) Considered wrong by society ... 2) Harmful to society ... 3) Har…
Criminal Law Chapter 7
DEFENSE
FACTUAL DEFENSE
ALIBI
LEGAL DEFENSE
A CRIMINAL DEFENDANT'S RESPONSE STATING WHY DEFENDANT SHOULD…
A DEFENDANT'S ASSERTION THAT DEFENDANT DID NOT COMMIT A CRIMI…
A DEFENSE BASED ON ASSERTED FACT THAT DEFENDANT WAS "ELSEWHER…
A DEFENSE BASED ON A LEGAL THEORY, AS OPPOSED TO A FACTUAL CL…
DEFENSE
A CRIMINAL DEFENDANT'S RESPONSE STATING WHY DEFENDANT SHOULD…
FACTUAL DEFENSE
A DEFENDANT'S ASSERTION THAT DEFENDANT DID NOT COMMIT A CRIMI…
Criminal Law (Set 1)
Criminal Law
Criminal Procedure
Criminal Cases (Law)
Civil Cases (Law)
The constitutional limitations on criminalization and the sub…
The Constitutional and other legal provisions which regulate…
government prosecutes the accused person(s)
a person files a lawsuit against another person
Criminal Law
The constitutional limitations on criminalization and the sub…
Criminal Procedure
The Constitutional and other legal provisions which regulate…
Chapter 6, Criminal Law
Larceny
Trade secret
Formulas
Embezzlement
A crime that deals with the possession of property, not neces…
Property that is protected from misappropriation
patterns, and compilations of information
The unlawful conversion of someone else's property
Larceny
A crime that deals with the possession of property, not neces…
Trade secret
Property that is protected from misappropriation
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Criminal Law Chapter 8 Key Terms
criminal attempts
criminal conspiracy
criminal solicitation
inchoate offenses
trying but failing to commit crimes
making an agreement to commit a crime
trying to get someone else to commit a crime
from the Latin "to begin"; crimes that satisfy the mens rea o…
criminal attempts
trying but failing to commit crimes
criminal conspiracy
making an agreement to commit a crime
chapter 1 criminal law
federalism
jurisdiction
concurrent jurisdiction
terrorism
a system of political organization with several different lev…
the geographical area within the court has right and power to…
two or more jurisdictions or courts processing authority over…
The systematic use of violence by a group in order to intimid…
federalism
a system of political organization with several different lev…
jurisdiction
the geographical area within the court has right and power to…
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Criminal Law
trial
guilty
not guilty
the prosecution
the process to determine the guilt or innocence of the accuse…
the jury's verdict finding against the accused
the jury's verdict finding in favour of the accused
the party responsible for proving the matter beyond a reasona…
trial
the process to determine the guilt or innocence of the accuse…
guilty
the jury's verdict finding against the accused
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Criminal Law
Felonies
Violations
Crime of Omission
Conspiracy
These types of crimes are the most serious category of crime.
These crimes are a minor disregard for public well-being.
This type of crime is when a person fails to perform an act t…
This is an agreement between two or more persons to commit a…
Felonies
These types of crimes are the most serious category of crime.
Violations
These crimes are a minor disregard for public well-being.
Criminal Law Chapter 1
Ex Post Facto Laws
Felony
custody
civil law
a law declaring an act criminal following the commission of t…
crime punishable by death or by imprisonment for more than on…
temporary and limited right to control property
protects the individual rather than societal interest
Ex Post Facto Laws
a law declaring an act criminal following the commission of t…
Felony
crime punishable by death or by imprisonment for more than on…
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Criminal Law Chapter 1-2
Law
Criminal law
Procedural law
Substantive law
Group of rules, regulate and protecting society
Public right, rule by people (Jail Time)
Process of enforcing
Crimes, offences, homicide, arson
Law
Group of rules, regulate and protecting society
Criminal law
Public right, rule by people (Jail Time)
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Criminal Law
An act against the public good, punish…
The government is the party that accus…
The person who is accused of a crime i…
Major crime punishable by imprisonment…
Crime
Prosecutor
Defendant
Felony
An act against the public good, punish…
Crime
The government is the party that accus…
Prosecutor
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Criminal Law
Crime
Defendant
Prosecutor
Plaintiff
is considered an act against the public goodis considered an…
the person accused of a crime
the government attorney who presents the case in court agains…
the party that accuses a person of a crime.
Crime
is considered an act against the public goodis considered an…
Defendant
the person accused of a crime
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B.Law Ch 2 ~ Criminal Law
crime
defendant
plaintiff
prosecutor
an act that violates the rules of society, or the law
a person who is accused of a crime
the party that accuses a person of a crime
the government official who bring the case against the defend…
crime
an act that violates the rules of society, or the law
defendant
a person who is accused of a crime
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unit 2: criminal law, civil law, and the judicial system 1-20
alibi
answer
appellate court
appellate jurisdiction
a common defense to criminal charges that the accused was els…
a defendant's response to a plantiff's complaint in a civil a…
a court that reviews the decisions of lower courts to determi…
authority of a court to review a decision of a lower court or…
alibi
a common defense to criminal charges that the accused was els…
answer
a defendant's response to a plantiff's complaint in a civil a…
Criminal Law Section 3
Crime
Plaintiff
Prosecutor
Defendant
An act against the public good
The party that accuses a person of a crime
Government attorney who presents the case in court against th…
The accused person
Crime
An act against the public good
Plaintiff
The party that accuses a person of a crime
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Criminal Law 2000 Chap. 1 -4
Common Law VS. Legislative or Statuatory
Criminal law
Stare Decisis
Natural law VS. Positive Law
Common Law... Creation of new laws: The law evolves with new dec…
Criminal law or penal law is the body of law that relates to…
Previously been decided then you shouldn't change the law.
Natural law is a philosophy that certain rights or values are…
Common Law VS. Legislative or Statuatory
Common Law... Creation of new laws: The law evolves with new dec…
Criminal law
Criminal law or penal law is the body of law that relates to…
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Criminal Law Test #1 (Notes)
Federal Court vs. State Court
Trier of Fact in Bench and Jury trials
Civil Law vs. Criminal Law
What are the 4 punishments in the basi…
Federal+States make up a dual-court system.... Federal:... 1. U.S.…
In a bench trial, the judge is both the trier of fact and tri…
Civil- In contrast to criminal law, civil law pertains to rul…
-Retribution... -Incapacitation... -Deterrence... -Rehabilitation
Federal Court vs. State Court
Federal+States make up a dual-court system.... Federal:... 1. U.S.…
Trier of Fact in Bench and Jury trials
In a bench trial, the judge is both the trier of fact and tri…
Intro to Criminal Law Exam 1
Model Penal Code (MPC)
Defenses
A crime can be...
_______ makes acts illegal and prosecu…
Created by American Law Institute (1962)... Respected body of pr…
Insanity defense, self-defense, entrapment
an act or omission to act
Government; name; people
Model Penal Code (MPC)
Created by American Law Institute (1962)... Respected body of pr…
Defenses
Insanity defense, self-defense, entrapment
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Criminal Law and Procedure Chapter 1
Rule of Law
nullen crimen, nulla poena, sine lege
Substantive criminal law
procedural criminal law
The idea that law, not the discretion of officials, should go…
"there is no crime, there is no punishment, without law." Ref…
that branch of the criminal law that defines criminal offense…
the branch of the criminal law that deals with the processes…
Rule of Law
The idea that law, not the discretion of officials, should go…
nullen crimen, nulla poena, sine lege
"there is no crime, there is no punishment, without law." Ref…
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Civil Law and Criminal Law
Laws
Jurisprudence
Civil Law
Plaintiff
Rules and Regulations made and enforced by the government tha…
Study of law
wrongs committed against an individual, also called TORT.
A person or party filing a lawsuit
Laws
Rules and Regulations made and enforced by the government tha…
Jurisprudence
Study of law
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Civil and criminal law
Miranda vs. Arizona
common law
criminal law
statutes
The accused must be notified of their rights before being que…
(civil law) a law established by following earlier judicial d…
A law that defines crimes against the public order.
laws enacted by state and federal legislatures
Miranda vs. Arizona
The accused must be notified of their rights before being que…
common law
(civil law) a law established by following earlier judicial d…
Ch. 1: Criminal Law & Criminal Punishment
Criminal Liability
Torts
Mala Prohibita Offenses
Mala In Se Crimes
Conduct that unjustifiably and inexcusably inflicts or threat…
Private wrongs for which you can use the party who wronged yo…
are crimes only because a specific statute or ordinance prohi…
(Inherently Evil Crimes) offenses that require some level of…
Criminal Liability
Conduct that unjustifiably and inexcusably inflicts or threat…
Torts
Private wrongs for which you can use the party who wronged yo…
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