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The Criminal Justice Sytem, Week 3 notes

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These notes cover week 1/25-1/29
The Criminal Justice System
Richard Stringer
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Criminal Justice
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Nyazha Stevens on Friday January 29, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 222 at Old Dominion University taught by Richard Stringer in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 20 views. For similar materials see The Criminal Justice System in Criminal Justice at Old Dominion University.

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Date Created: 01/29/16
Legal and Behavioral Aspects of Crime  Major Categories of Crime o Criminal Homicide o Battery o Robbery o Arson o Burglary o Sex Offenses  Murder o The felonious killing of another with malice aforethought o First Degree  Deliberation  Premeditation o Second Degree o Corpus Delicti o Motive o M.O (Modus Operandi)  Differences between Murder and Manslaughter o Manslaughter is distinguished from murder in that the latter malice whereas manslaughter does not o Types of Manslaughter  Voluntary  Intentional killings committed in the absence of malice and premeditated design  Involuntary  When death results unintentionally as the consequence of some unlawful act or through negligence  Assault and Battery o Simple Assualt  Action fails, or threat of action o Battery  Culmination of act o Aggravated Assault  Intent to murder, rape, rob, or commit serious bodily injury  Robbery o Felonies intent to steal o Taking money or goods o Against their will o Threat or use of force  Arson o Mens Rea abd Actus Reus o Malicious burring of dwelling of another  Burglary o Breaking and Entering  Not force but entry o Dwelling o Specific Intent  Intent to commit felony o Statutory Burglary  Sex Offenses o Forcible Rape o Statutory Rape o Adultery o Indecent Exposure o Voyeurism (Peeping) o Sexual Assault o Prostitution  Drug Laws o Harrison Act 1914 o Marijuana Tax Act 1937 o Comprehensive Drug Abuse Act 1970  5 Schedules o State vs Federal Law


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