Strict liability crimes are those where there is no intent to do harm but a person is still held responsible for their actions.
Statutory rape is a strict liability crime -
Darlene, age 18 begins to date a young man she met at her college frat party and they begin to have sex. Later she finds out that he is the brother of one of frat boys and, heaven help her, a mere 15 and 1/2. In the thros of passion she never thought to ask for a birth cert or ID. The kid's (heck, she never asked his name) Mom wants to press charges. Even though she never intended to have sex with A minor she will still be held accountable.
Spanky has a pet snake that he found while hiking the Appalachians. He named him Fred. Not a snake expert, Spanky thought it was a harmless reptile of the "gardner" family. The snake got loose and bit Spanky's roommate causing him to die. Spanky had no intention of this happening. He meant to take the snake to the vet wherein he would have been told it was a Copperhead.
While driving home, Katie who is missing her favorite show "American Idol" exceeds the speed limit by 18 mph, she sweres to avoid hitting a deer and slams into the car coming in the opposite direction.
In each of those examples there is no mens rea - That is, they are crimes that do not require an intent to do something wrong or morally culpable. In other words, one is held responsible regardless of intention(s). Even though there is no guilty mind that usually makes a criminal morally blame worthy, they are held responsible for the actions.
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