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Penal Code

Twenty five practice questions from the Penal Code

QuestionAnswer
Johnny intentionally causes bodily injury to Jenny. The most correct charge is... MA Assault
Johnny intentionally restrains Jenny who is over the age of 18. The most correct charge is... MA Unlawful Restraint
Johnny intentionally restrains Jenny who is a 14 year old child. The most correct charge is... F3 Unlawful Restraint
Johnny watches while his long-time girlfriend, Jenny, intentionally causes serious bodily injury to her two-year old. The most correct charge for Johnny is... F1 Injury to a Child by Omission
What is the burden of proof on the prosecutor in a criminal case? Proof beyond a reasonable doubt
What is the burden of proof on a peace officer making an arrest? Probable Cause
What is the burden of proof on a defendant who is asserting an affirmative defense? Preponderance of the evidence
Johnny has the intent to commit an offense and commits one act beyond mere preparation. The most correct charge is... attempt
Johnny and his six best friends decide to claim the neighborhood by assaulting people and taking their money. The most correct charge is... F2 Riot by Robbery
Johnny and his best friend have been planning to burn his ex-wife's new car. The friend runs to Exxon and purchases gasoline and matches. The most correct charge for Johnny is... F3 Conspiracy to Commit Arson
Johnny is angry because the PTA won't pay for his child to go on a field trip. He barges in to the PTA meeting and intentionally causes a disturbance. The most correct charge for Johnny is... MB Disrupting a meeting or procession
Johnny is a "fence" who knowingly buys and sells stolen property at a flee market. The most correct charge for Johnny is... Theft
Johnny knowingly shoots his handgun in the direction of a vacant building. The most correct charge for Johnny is... F3 Deadly Conduct
Johnny doesn't like his cell-mate at Sterrett. He expresses his contempt by spraying urine all over him. The most correct charge for Johnny is... F3 Harassment by persons in correctional facilities
What is the culpable mental state for Driving While Intoxicated? No mental state is required in Chapter 49
Johnny spends the night in a hotel and in the morning intentionally leaves without paying the bill. The most correct charge is... Theft of Services
Johnny points a gun at a 66 year old lady and takes her purse. The most correct charge is... F1 Aggravated Robbery
Johnny thinks it's funny to dial random numbers and describe explicit sex acts for whomever answers. The most correct charge is... MB Harassment
Johnny likes to hang out at school long after everyone has gone home. The custodian directs him to go home but he doesn't leave. The most correct charge is... MB Criminal Trespass
Johnny has been arrested for criminal trespass. At the jail, you discover his concealed carry license and a handgun in his pocket. The most correct charge is... MA Criminal Trespass/DW
Johnny is riding home from a party in a yellow cab. He is cheerfully enjoying his last beer on the way. The most correct charge is... No charge because he's in a commercial vehicle
Johnny operates a topless bar. He hires Jenny who lies about her age, but is sixteen years old. The most correct charge is... F2 Employment Harmful to Children
Johnny threatens to kill Jenny while holding a baseball bat. The most correct charge is... F2 Aggravated Assault
Johnny is witness to a robbery. When asked his name he responds: "Donald Trump." The most correct charge is... MB Failure to ID
Johnny is witness to a robbery. When asked his name he responds "I prefer not to answer." The most correct charge is... No charge
Created by: DSO Academy