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Hello Chris, I see you have alot of Penn Foster exams. Do you

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Hello Chris, I see you have alot of Penn Foster exams. Do you have, EXAMINATION NUMBER: 40646200 Crimes against the person, with comparison of my own. Please get back to me thank you.
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Homework
Expert:  Chris M. replied 6 years ago.

Hello Amy,

 

I don't have an answer set for this exam, but I'll work on the questions and get make to you later today.

 

-Chris M.

 

Expert:  Chris M. replied 6 years ago.

Hello Amy,

 

Here are the answers to exam #40646200 for comparison with your own. Let me know if you have any questions.

1. B. No, because the victim is not a human being

2. D. Voluntary manslaughter

3. B. justifiable

4. D. It's a crime in some states.

5. D. malice aforethought.

6. A. no movement of the victim.

7. B. an attempt to commit a battery.

8. B. Murder requires malice; therefore it can never be involuntary.

9. B. hate

10. A. medical battery.

11. C. reasonable and good faith

12. D. Sixth

13. C. Battery only, because in most states, the crime of "assault and battery" has been classified as simply battery.

14. D. not a defense if the victim is under 16.

15. B. 10 (Seems the best answer, but I found varying statistics on this one; check what your text says.)

16. C. be done to arouse or gratify some person's sexual desire.

17. C. Because in accordance with a 1996 federal law, anyone convicted of domestic violence may not carry or own a firearm.

18. B. possession.

19. A. five

20. D. Hashish

 

Hope this helps!



Edited by Chris M. on 2/16/2011 at 3:17 PM EST
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Customer: replied 6 years ago.
Thanks, I found your answer helpful. Do you also have 40646300 Crimes against Property and Certain Federal Crimes?
Expert:  Chris M. replied 6 years ago.

Hello Amy,

 

I just got a chance to look at these questions. There are a few that I'll have to research, but I'll get back to you shortly.

 

-Chris M.

 

 

Expert:  Chris M. replied 6 years ago.

Hello Amy,

 

Here are the answers to exam #40646300 for comparison with your own.

1. C. part of the burglar's body (or extension thereof) gets inside the building.

2. B. dwelling house.

3. C. embezzlement.

4. A. Intent to deprive the owner of the property

5. C. threat is to do harm in the future.

6. C. are not required to have left the store

7. B. reasonable caution

8. B. Civil Settlement of Shoplifting

9. B. National Stolen Property Act

10. D. false arrest and/or imprisonment.

11. A. uttering.

12. C. theft.

13. B. fraud

14. C. Securities and Exchange Commission

15. C. offender be negligent about the origin of the property.

16. B. without a hearing if punished immediately.

17. A. treason.

18. C. smurfing

19. B. money laundering.

20. C. was part of a criminal enterprise.

 

Hope this helps!

 

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Customer: replied 6 years ago.
Thanks I found your answer helpful once again, you can take your time no rush, I will accept. Do you also have 40646400 Defenses and Punishments?
Expert:  Chris M. replied 6 years ago.
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