LSTD 302 LSTD302 Week 4 Midterm Exam with Answers

LSTD 302 LSTD302 Week 4 Midterm Exam with Answers

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  1. Who has the power to veto statutes proposed by Congress?
  2. Most states frown on the use of involuntary intoxication as a defense, and allow it only to reduce the severity of the crime charged. 
  3. A criminal defendant may not be prosecuted under both federal and state criminal laws for the same criminal act.
  4. A defendant who is found guilty but mentally ill is acquitted and committed to a treatment facility
  5. The victim’s opinion is one factor a court will consider when deciding whether or not to waive jurisdiction of a juvenile to adult court.
  6. The defendant can be the initial aggressor and still raise a self-defense claim in some jurisdictions if the defendant withdraws from the attack and the attacked individual persists.
  7. With vicarious liability, the acting defendant is NOT criminally responsible for his or her conduct
  8. Debra, a police officer on patrol in her vehicle, slowly passes John’s vehicle. Both cars have their windows rolled down. Debra believes she can smell marijuana coming from John’s vehicle. She pulls John’s vehicle over and observes John stuffing something under the seat. She uses her flashlight to look under the seat and finds bags of marijuana. John is arrested. John’s attorney moves to have the charges dismissed, saying Debra needed a warrant before looking under the seat of John’s car. This is a question of criminal procedure.
  9. Typically, mere presence at the scene of the crime is NOT enough to constitute the criminal act element required for accomplice liability, unless that presence is combined with flight.
  10. A statute that violates or inhibits fundamental constitutional protections is presumptively invalid.
  11. Please describe the test the court uses to analyze alleged discrimination under the Equal Protection Clause. 

    Please answer thoroughly and list your references in Bluebook format. 

    Please use a minimum of 250 words in your essay answer.
  12. When can a defendant legally use deadly force in self-defense?

    Please give examples to support your answer. 

    Please answer thoroughly and list your references in Bluebook format. 
  13. Please use a minimum of 250 words in your essay answer.

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