What is criminal liability for another person?
A person is liable or responsible for a crime when he or she has acted with criminal intent, as opposed to acting accidentally or lacking the ability to act deliberately. By Deborah C.
Which of the following holds a person criminally liable even when the consequence of his or her action is not what the actor actually intended?
|Term Which of the following are criminal acts that are punished before the ultimate or intended harm occurs?||Definition inchoate crimes|
|Term which of the following holds a person criminally liable even when the consequence of his or her action is not what the actor actually intended?||Definition transferred intent|
Which of the following makes a defendant liable for a resulting social harm as they are largely foreseeable or related to the defendant’s conduct?
Which of the following makes a defendant liable for a resulting social harm as they are largely foreseeable or related to the defendant’s conduct? independent intervening causes. concurrence of elements.
Which term outlines that if a death occurs during the commission of a felony the defendant will be charged with murder in the first-degree?
First-degree murder is called a felony murder when a human being is killed during the commission of a felony.
Which of the following do not require proof of intent to kill?
involuntary manslaughter and reckless homicide do not require proof of intent to kill.
Is corpus delicti a law?
Corpus Delicti refers to the legal principle that evidence independent of a defendant’s out of court statements or the testimony of an accomplice must prove a crime was committed before a defendant can be convicted of that crime. Corpus Delicti is a Latin phrase meaning the body of the offense or crime.
What is Dolo requisite?
In evaluating felonies committed by means of culpa, three (3) elements are indispensable, namely, intelligence, freedom of action, and negligence. Obviously, intent is wanting in such felonies.
Which of the following are the requisite of Dolo?
Requisites: that the act done would have been lawful had the facts been as the accused believed them to be; intention of the accused is lawful; mistake must be without fault of carelessness.
What are the requisites of malice?
damage impending to be caused; usually involves lack of foresight. necessary precaution to avoid injury to person or damage to property; usually involves lack of skill….
- Negligence, Imprudence, Lack of Foresight, Lack of Skill.