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Crim Justice Policy

by: Destin Paucek

Crim Justice Policy PSCI 3250

Destin Paucek
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Destin Paucek on Wednesday September 30, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to PSCI 3250 at Western Michigan University taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 70 views. For similar materials see /class/216859/psci-3250-western-michigan-university in Political Science at Western Michigan University.

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Date Created: 09/30/15
CRIMINAL LAW FINAL EXAM REVIEW SHEET The exam has two parts A written analysis ofa case study and then an objective portion The Objective Portion given on May 30 consists of 100 questions It consists ofmultiplei choice and matching questions Some questions will ask you to read a scenario and choose the best answer given several options The exam covers the following Sb cetLaWchapters 1 5 6 814 It will also cover material that was I 39 through 1139 39 39 and 39 over the trimester CONCEPTS TO KNOW amp UNDERSTAND alibi infancy defense intoxication defense insanity defense duress necessity entrapment arson vandalism larceny shoplifting concealment embezzlement robbery extortion burglary forgery uttering receiving stolen property unauthorized use ofa vehicle carjacking conversion homicide malice firstidegree murder felony murder secondidegree murder voluntary manslaughter involuntary manslaughter negligent homicide suicide assault battery stalking rape statutory rape acquaintance date rape state of mind motive strict liability felony misdemeanor principal accomplice accessory before the fact accessory after the fact crime of omission solicitation attempt conspiracy misprision of felony overt act actus reus mens rea concurrence causation jurisprudence law criminal laws felonies misdemeanors civil laws civil action defendant plaintiff prosecutor beyond a reasonable doubt preponderance of the evidence limited government separation of powers statutes checks and balances judicial review unconstitutional federalism Bill of Rights statutes supremacy clause trials appeals appellate courts precedent trial courts parties plaintiff prosecutor defendant adversary system inquisitional system hung jury plea bargain voir dire removal for cause peremptory challenges appeals court precedent jury nullification litigators bar associations retainer contingency fees privilege disbarred legal malpractice arrest arrest warrant probable cause drug courier profile corroborate stop and frisk exclusionary rule affidavit contraband interrogate selfiincrimination booking arraignment bail personal recognizance preliminary hearing grand jury indictment nolo contendere pretrial motion motion to suppress evidence motion of continuance motion to change venue plea bargaining waive subpoena contempt of court Miranda 12 Arizona Gideon 12 Wainwright Exiaaeda 12 Illinois Batxan 12 Kennae Tony 12 Ohio Mapp 12 Ohio 6th Amendment rights 5th Amendment rights good faith exception rule motion to change venue motion for continuance due process strict liability gt Know differences between civil and criminal justice systems gt Rules regarding search and seizure amp selfiincrimination


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