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Chp. 6 (Requirement of Voluntary Act or Omission) A person commits an offense only if he __ engages in conduct, including an __, an __, or __. voluntarily, act, omission, possession
Chp. 6 (Culpable Mental States) A person acts intentionally, or with intent, with respect, to his conduct when it is his conscious objective or desire to engage in the conduct. Intentional
Chp. 6 (Culpable Mental States) A person acts knowingly, when he is aware of the nature of his conduct and that his conduct is reasonably certain to cause the result. Knowingly
Chp. 6 (Culpable Mental States) A person acts recklessly, when he is aware of but consciously disregards a risk that the result will occur. Recklessly
Chp. 6 (Culpable Mental States) A person acts negligently, when he ought to be aware that the result will occur. Criminal Negligence
Chp. 7 (Crim. Respon. for Conduct of Another) A person is criminally responsible as a party of an offense if the offense is committed by his __ conduct, conduct of __ for which he is criminally responsible or by __. own, another, both
Chp. 8 (Gen. Defenses to Crim. Respon.) It is a affirmative defense to prosecution if the actor, as a result of severe mental disease or defect, did not know that his conduct was wrong. Insanity
Chp. 8 (Gen. Defenses to Crim. Respon.) It is no defense to prosecution that the actor was ignorant of the provisions of any law after the law has taken affect. It is an affirmative defense to prosecution that the actor reasonably believed the conduct charged did not constitute a crime and that he acted in reasonable reliance upon... Mistake of Law
Chp. 8 (Gen. Defenses to Crim. Respon.) Voluntary intoxication does not constitute a defense to the commission of a crime. Intoxication
Chp. 8.07 (Age affecting Crim. Respon.) No person may, in any case, be punished by death for an offense committed while the person was younger than (__). 18
Chp. 8.07(Age affecting Crim. Respon.) A person may not be prosecuted or convicted for an offense when the person was younger that (__) years of age except 1-7 15
Chp. 8.07(Age affecting Crim. Respon.) A person who is at least (__) years old and younger than (__) years old is presumed incapable of committing an offense other than an offense under juvenile curfew. 10, 15
Chp. 9 (Justification Exclud. Crim. Respon.) 9.02 Justification as Defense: It is a defense to prosecution that the conduct in question is justified in this chapter; 9.03 __ is justified when __ is justified; 9.04 The __ of force is justified when the __ of force is justified in this chapter. confinement, force, threat, use
Chp. 9 (Justification Exclud. Crim. Respon.) The use of force is not justified in response to verbal provocation alone. Self-Defense
Chp. 15 (Prepatory Offenses) A person commits criminal conspiracy if, with intent that a felony be committed, he agrees with one or more person and he or one or more of them performs an over act. Criminal Conspiracy
Chp. 15 (Prepatory Offenses) A person commits an offense if, with a specific intent to commit an offense, he does an act accounting to more than mere preparation that tends but fails to effect the commission of the offense. Criminal Attempt
Chp. 19 Criminal Homicide: a person commits criminal homicide if he __, __, __, or with __ causes the death of an individual. intentionally, knowingly, recklessly, criminal negligence
Chp. 19 Murder: __/ __ Intentionally/ Knowingly causes death of an individual
Chp 19 capital murder: 1)Murders a peace officer or fire fireman who is acting in the lawful discharge of an official duty 2)intentionally commits murder in the course of committing or attempting to commit kidnapping, burglary, robbery, aggravated sexual assault, arson, obstruction or retaliation or terrostic threats 3) for money 4) escaping penal institution an individual under 10 years of age
Chp. 19 Manslaughter: __ Recklessly
Chp. 19 Criminal Negligent: __ Negligent
Chp. 19 Means cause that would commonly produce a degree of anger, rage, resentment, or terror in a person of ordinary temper, sufficient to render the mind incapable of cool reflection. Adequate Cause
Chp. 19 Means passion directly caused by and arising out of provocation by the individual killed or another acting with the person killed which passion arises at the time of the offense and is not solely the result of former provocation. Sudden Passion
Cap. 20 Means to restrict a persons movements without consent, so as to interfere substantially with the persons liberty, by moving the person from one place to another or by confining the person. Restrain
Chp. 20 Means to restrain with intent to prevent his liberation by a) secreting or holding him in a place where he is not likely to be found b) using or threatening to use deadly force Abduct
Chp. 20 Unlawful Restraint: __ or __ restrains another person. Affirmative defense if the person was younger than (__) years old and __ intent was to assume __ custody. Intentionally or knowingly, 14, sole, lawful
Chp. 20 Kidnapping: __ or __ abducts another person. Intentionally or knowingly
Chp. 20 Aggravated Kidnapping: __ or __ abducts another person with intent to; hold as __; use as a __ or __; facilitate commission of __; inflict injury or __ assault; terrorize him or __ party; interfere with performance of __ function; uses a __ weapon intentionally, knowingly, ransom, shield, hostage, flight, sexually, 3rd, government, deadly
Chp. 20 Smuggling of persons: with __ to obtain a pecuniary benefit __ uses a motor vehicle, aircraft, watercraft, or other means of conveyance to transport an individual with the intent to: intent, knowingly, individual conceal from peace officer or special investigator or flees from peace officer or special investigator
Chp. 20 Continuous smuggling of persons: during a period of (__) or more days in duration, the person engages (__) or more times. 10, 2,
Chp. 20A.02 Trafficking of persons: if the person __ traffics another person with intent that the trafficked person engaged in __ labor or services. knowingly forced
Chp. 20A Continuous Trafficking of persons: during a period of (__) or more days in duration the person engages in (__) or more times against (__) or more victims. 30, 2, 1
Chp. 21 Continuous sexual abuse of a young child: during a period of (__) or more days in duration the person engages in (__) or more acts of sexual abuse, regardless if it is the __ victim, and at the time the actor is (__) years old or older and the victim is younger than (__) years old. affirmative defense not more than (__) years older and no __, __, or __. 30, 2, same, 17, 14, 5, force, duress or threat
Chp. 21 Public lewdness: a person commits an offense, if he __ engages in the following acts in a public place or if he is __ whether another is present who will be offended: acts of __ intercourse; __ sexual intercourse; act of sexual __; knowingly, reckless, sexual, deviate, contact,
Chp. 21 Indecent Exposure: exposes his anus or genitals with __ to __ or __ and is __ about it. intent, arouse or gratify, reckless
Chp. 21 Indecency with a child: a person commits an offense, if with a child younger than (__) years old the person 1) engages in __ contact with the child 2) with intent to __ or ____ the sexual desire of any person. Exposes the persons anis or genitals or the causes the child to do the same 17, sexual, arouse, gratify,
Chp. 21 (Sexual Offenses) Invasive visual recording: a person commits an offense if without the persons __ and with __ to invade the __ of the other person consent, intent, privacy, photographs or videotapes
Chp. 21 Voyeurism: a person commits an offense if the person with the __ to __ or __ the sexual desire of the actor, __ another person without the other persons __ while the other person is in a __ or __ in which the other person has a __ expectation of privacy. intent, arouse or gratify, observes, consent, dwelling or structure, reasonable,
Chp. 21 Unlawful Disclosure or promotion of intimate visual material:?person __ discloses or threatens to disclose for pecuniary benefit __ material depicting another person with the persons __ parts exposed or engaged in __ conduct. intentionally, visual, intimate, sexual
Chp. 22 Assault: a person commits an offense if he __, __, or __ causes __ injury to another including his __; __ or __ threatens another with BI including his __; __ or __ causes __ contact. intentionally, knowingly or recklessly, bodily, spouse, intentionally or knowingly, spouse, intentionally or knowingly, physical
Chp. 22 Sexual Assault: __ or __ without consent or child by any means under (__) years old. intentionally, knowingly, 17
Chp. 22 Aggravated Assault: person causes serious bodily injury or __ or __ a deadly weapon during the commission of the assault. A) by a __ servant acting under color of the servants office or employment c) retaliation against witness, informant etc Actor in a motor vehicle _______discharges a firearm at or in the direction of a habitation building or vehicle / is _____ as to whether the habitation, building, or vehicle is occupied / the discharging firearm causes injury to any person uses or exhibits, intentionally , recklessly
Chp. 22 Aggravated Sexual Assault: __ or __ and causes SBI or attempts to cause the death of the person; __ to cause SBI, death or __; threatens to be a __ of the above; uses or exhibits a __ weapon; acts with another who __ in the above; uses date __ drug on a person younger than (__) years old or someone who is (__) years old or older. intentionally, knowingly, threatens, kidnapping, victim, deadly, engages, rape, 14, 65
Chp. 22 Injury to a child, elderly, or disabled individual: a person commits an offense if he __, __, __ or with __ causes: SBI; serious mental deficiency, impairment, injury; bodily injury. child is (__) or younger and elderly is (__) or older. Fel 1 __ or __, Fel 2 if __, state jail __ intentionally, knowingly, recklessly, criminal negligence, 14, 65, intentionally, knowingly, recklessly, negligence
Chp. 22.04 Abandoning or Endangering a child: Means to leave a child in any place without providing __ and __ care for the child under circumstances which no reasonable person would leave a child of that age and ability. Reasonable and necessary
Chp. 22.05 Deadly Conduct: a person commits an offense if he __ engages in conduct that places another in __ danger of SBI; discharges a firearm in the __ of one or more individuals; discharges weapon at a _____, ______ or _____ recklessly, imminent, direction, habitation building, or vehicle
Chp. 22.10: __ or __ leaves a child in a vehicle longer than (__) minutes if the child is under (__) YOA and not left with a child over (__) years old or older. Leaving a child in a vehicle Intentionally, knowingly, 5, 7, 14
25.07 violation of certain court orders or conditions of bonds in a family violence, child abuse or neglect, sexual assault or abuse, stalking, or trafficking case.
Chp. 28 Arson: a person commits an offense if the person starts a fire, regardless of whether the fire continues after ignition, or causes an __ with __ to destroy or damage: vegetation, fence, structure; building, habitation, vehicle. Fel 1 if caused __ or __, if its a __. explosion, intent, injury or death, church
Chp. 28 Graffiti: a person commits an offense if, without the effective consent of the owner, the person __ or __ makes markings, including inscriptions, slogans, drawings or paintings, on the __ property of the owner with: __, __, __ or __. intentionally, knowingly, tangible, paint, indelible marker, etching or engraving device
Chp. 29 Robbery: a person commits an offense if, in the course of committing theft and with intent to obtain or remain in control of the property he: __, __, __ causes BI to another; __ or __ threatens to place another in fear of imminent BI or death. Intentionally, Knowingly, Recklessly, Intentionally, Knowingly
Chp. 29 Aggravated Robbery: a person commits an offense if he commits robbery and he causes: SBI; uses or exhibits a weapon; causes injury to another or threatens injury if the person is (__) years old or older or is disabled. 65
Chp. 30 Criminal Trespass: notice is: __ purple lines not less than (__) inch in length and not less than (__) inch in width, placed so the bottom of the mark is not less than (__) ft from the ground or more than (__) ft from the ground, placed (__) ft apart on forest land or (__) ft apart on any other land. vertical, 8", 1", 3', 5', 100', 1000'
Chp. 30 Trespass by license holder with a handgun license: __ or other __ stating such and; has both __ and __; appears in __ colors with __ letters at least (__) inch in height; displayed in a conspicuous manner clearly visible to the __. card, document, English, Spanish, contrasting, block, 1", public
Chp. 32 Trademark Counterfeiting: __ mark, a mark that is identical to or substantially indistinguishable from a protected mark; identification mark __ plate, __, or __ ID number; __ mark: __ or __ mark. counterfeit, data, SN, part, protected, trademark or service
Chp. 32 Fraudulent use of identifying info: __ to harm or __ is assumed if the person has (__) or more pieces of ID info; State Jail less than (__), Fel 3 (__), Fel 2 (__), Fel 1 over (__) intent, defraud, 3, 5, 5-9, 10-49, 50
Chp. 33 Online solicitation of a minor: a person who is (__) years old or older commits an offense if the person over the internet, electronic mail or messaging or text message or through a commercially online service __; __ in a sexually explicit manner with a minor or; __ sexually explicit material to a minor. Fel 2 if the person is younger than (__) or believed the person to be younger than (__). 17, intentionally, communicates, distributes, 14, 14
Chp. 33 Online impersonation: without obtaining the __ and with __ to harm, defraud, intimidate, or threaten another person uses the __ or __ of another person. consent, intent, name, persona
Chp. 36 __: means detained or under arrest by a LEO, under restraint by a public servant pursuant to a court order. custody
Chp. 36 Bribery: a person commits an offense if he __ or __ offers, confers, or agrees to confer on another, or solicits, accepts, or agrees to accept another. intentionally or knowingly
Chp.37 Perjury: a person commits an offense if with intent to __ and with __ of the statements meaning: makes a __ statement under oath or swears to a false oath previously made. deceive, knowledge, false
Chp. 37 Aggravated perjury: commits perjury and the statement is __. material
Chp. 37 __: a statement is material if it could have affected the course or outcome of an official proceeding. Materialality
Chp. 38 Failure to Identify: a person commits an offense if he __ refuses to give his or her name, residence, address, or date of birth to a peace officer who has __ arrested the person and requested the information. __ gives a __ name, residence, address, or date of birth to a police officer who has the person under __ or __ or is a __. intentionally, lawfully, intentionally, false , arrest, detained, witness
Chp. 39 Official oppression: a public servant acting under the color of his office or employment commits an offense if he: __, __, __ mistreats, impedes, sexual harasses
Chp. 42 Disorderly conduct: __or __; uses abusive or profane __, __ breach of peace; makes offensive __; abuses or threatens a person in a public place in a obviously __ manner; __ with another in a public place; makes __ noise; discharges a __ in a pub place other than pub road; displays a firearm in pub in a manner calculated to __; __ across pub roadway; exposes __ or __; looks into shower stall or hotel room for a __ purpose. intentionally, knowingly, language, incite, gestures, offensive, fights, unreasonable, firearm, alarm, shoots, anus, genitals, lewd
Chp. 42 __: assemblage of (__) or more persons Riot, 7
Chp. 42 Obstruction of highway: without legal privilege or authority, __, __, or __: obstructs a highway, street, sidewalk, railway, waterway, elevator, aisle, hallway, entrance, or exit to which the __ or __ group of the public has access any other place used for passage or person, vehicles, or conveyances, regardless of means of creating obstruction whether the obstruction arises from his acts alone or from his acts and acts of others. intentionally, knowingly, recklessly, public, substantial
Chp. 42 Funeral Disruption: during the period of (__) hrs before the service begins and ending (__) hrs after the service is completed the person engages in __ within (__) ft of a facility or cemetery. 3, 3, picketing, 1000
Chp. 42 False alarm or report: __ initiates, communicates, or circulates. knowingly
Chp. 42 Stalking: the person, on more than one occasion and pursuant to the same scheme or course of conduct that is directed specifically at another person, __ engages in conduct: __ or __ BI or death for the person or family members or damage to property. knowingly, harassment, threatens
Chp. 42 Discharge of firearm in certain municipalities: a person commits an offense if the person __ discharges a firearm inside the corporate limits of a municipality having a population of (__) or more. recklessly, 100,000
Chp. 43 Prostitution: a person commits an offense, if in return for receipt of a fee, the person __: offers to engage in sexual conduct; solicits sex in public. Fel 2 if person is under (__) knowingly, 18
Chp. 43 Promotion of prostitution: a person commits an offense if, acting other than a __, he or she knowingly: receives __ pursuant to an agreement to participate; __ another to engage in prostitution. Fel 2 under (__) prostitute, money, solicits, 18
Chp. 43 Aggravated promotion of prostitution: a person commits an offense if the person __ invests, owns, finances, controls, supervises, or manages prostitution __ that uses (__) or more prostitutes. Fel 2 under (__) knowingly, enterprises, 2, 18
Chp. 43 Compelling prostitution: a person commits an offense if the person __: causes another by force, fraud, or threat to commit prostitution; causes another younger than (__) to commit prostitution. Fel 1 if under (__) knowingly, 18, 18
Chp. 43 Sexual performance by a child: employs, authorizes, or induces a child under (__) YOA in sexual conduct. Fel 1 if under (__) 18, 14
Chp. 46 __: means an instrument designed, made, or adapted for the purpose of inflicting SBI or death by striking a person: blackjack; nightstick; mace; tomahawk Club
Chp. 46 __: does not include an antique curio firearm manufactured before (__). Replica firearm manufactured before (__) or does not fire rim fire or center fire ammo. Firearm, 1899, 1899
Chp. 46 __: blade over 5 1/2 inches Location restricted knife
Chp. 46 __: rifle with barrel less than (__) inches in length or shotgun with barrel less than (__) inches or both with overall length less than (__) inches in length. Short barrel firearm, 16, 18, 26
Chp. 46 __: explosive weapon; machine gun; short barrel firearm; firearm silencer; knuckles; armor piercing ammo; chemical dispensing device; zip gun; tire deflation device Prohibited weapons
Chp. 47 __: an agreement to win or lose something of value solely or partially by chance. Does not include a prize under $25 Bet
Chp. 47 Bookmaking: receives and records more than (__) bets in (__) hrs; bets more than (__) dollars in (__) hr period; scheme by (__) or more persons to receive, record, or forward a bet or an offer to bet. 5, 24, 1000, 24, 3
Chp. 47 Gambling promotion: a person commits an offense if he __ or __: operates or participates in a __ place; engages in __; becomes a __ of anything of value. intentionally or knowingly, gambling, bookmaking, custodian
Chp. 49 Alcohol Concentration: __ liters of breath; __ ml of blood; __ ml of urine. 210, 100, 67
49.045 a person commits an offense if: 1) the person is intoxicated while operating a motor vehicle in a public place 2) the vehicle being operated by the person is occupied by a passenger who is younger than ____ yrs of age. Dwi with child passenger 15
49.07 a person commits an offense if the person by ____ or ____. 1) while operating an aircraft watercraft amusement ride or motor vehicle in a public place while intoxicated causes sbi. Intoxication assault :Accident or mistake
Chp. 71 __: means (__) or more persons who collaborate in carrying out criminal activities. Combination, 3
Chp. 71 __: agrees with (__) or more persons and (__) or more commits an over act. Conspires to commit, 1, 1
Chp. 71 __: (__) or more persons having a common identity Criminal street gang, 3
Chp. 6 With respect to the nature of his conduct or to a result of his conduct when it is his _____ ______ or _____ to engage in the conduct or cause the result. Intentionally. Conscious objective desire
Chp 6 With respect to the ____ of his conduct or circumstances surrounding his conduct when he is ____ of the nature of his conduct or that the circumstances exist. Knowingly nature aware
Chp 6 With respect to circumstances surrounding his conduct or the result of his conduct when he ought to be aware of a ______ and ______ risk that the circumstances exist or the result will occur. Criminally negligent substantial unjustifiable
Chp 6 With respect to circumstances surrounding his conduct or the result of his conduct when he is aware of but ________ _______ a substantial and unjustifiable risk that the circumstances exist or the result will occur. Recklessly. Consciously disregards
6.04 causation: conduct and results b) a person is nevertheless criminally responsible for causing a result of the only difference between what actually occurred and what he desired, contemplated, or risk is that: 1) a different offense was committed 2) a different person or property was injured,harmed,or otherwise affected
7.03 Defenses excluded: no defense : 1) that the actor belongs to a class of persons that by definition of the offense is _____ _____ of committing the offense in an individual capacity; 2) that person for whose conduct the actor is criminally responsible has been ______, has not been prosecuted or convicted, has been convicted of a different offense or of a different type or class of offense, or is immune from prosecution. Legally incapable acquitted
7.21 def: means a director, officer, employee, or other person authorized to act in behalf of a corporation or association. Agent
A) partner in a partnership B) an officer of a corporation or association C) an agent of a corporation or association who has duties of such responsibility that his conduct reasonably may be assumed to represent the policy of the corporation or association. High managerial agent
7.24 defense to criminal responsibility of corporation or association: Affirmative defense to prosecution corporation or association under 7.22 a 1 &2 the high managerial agent having supervisory responsibility employed due diligence to prevent the commission.
9.06 civil remedies The fact that conduct is justified under this chapter does not _____ or _____ any remedy for the conduct that is available in a civil suit. Abolish or impair
9.22 Necessity conduct is justified if: 1) the actor reasonably believes the conduct is ______ _______ to avoid imminent harm Immediately necessary
9.34 Protection of Life or health a) A person is justified in using force, but not _____ force, against another when into the degree he reasonably believes the force is immediately necessary to prevent the other from committing _____ or inflicting _____ bodily injury to himself. B) A person is justified in using both ____ or _____ force against another when into the degree he recently believes the force or deadly force is immediately necessary to preserve the others life in an emergency. Deadly suicide serious force deadly
9.42 deadly force to protect property:: a person is justified in using deadly force against another to protect _____ or _____, movable property Land tangible
9.61 parent-child :: the use of force, but not deadly force, against a child younger than ____ years is justified: 1) if the actor is the child’s parent or stepparent or is acting in _____ _____ to the child 2) when and to the degree the actor reasonably believes the force is necessary to discipline the child or to _____ or _____ his welfare. 18 loco parentis safeguard promote
Criminal homicide is : Murder capital murder manslaughter criminally negligent homicide
Means cause they would commonly produce a degree of anger, rage, resentment, or terror in a person of ordinary temper, sufficient to render the mind incapable of cool reflection. Adequate casue
Means passion directly caused by and arising out of provocation by the individual killed or another acting with the person Lille’s which passion arises at the time of the offense and is not solely the result of former provocation. Sudden passion
Restraint is without consent if it is accomplished by: a) force intimidation deception B) any means, including acquiescence of the victim if The victim is a child who is less than _____of age or an incompetent person and parent did not give consent The victim is a child who is ____ if age or older and younger than _____ yrs if age, the victim is taken outside of the _____ and outside a ____ mile radius from the victims residence and the parent did not acquiesced the movement 14 14 17 state 120
21.09 bestiality knowingly engages with animals in sexual ways
Under 21.15 invasive visual recording Definition: Intimate area The naked or clothed genitals, pubic area, anus, buttocks, or female breastfeeding of a person.
21.16 unlawful disclosure or promotion of intimate visual material Def: intimate parts The naked genitals, public area, anus, buttocks, or female nipple of a person.
21.18 sexual coercion a person commits an offense if the person intentionally ______, including coercion or extortion, to commit an offense under chp 43 or several othes Threatens
22.04 b) a person commits an offense if, having custody, care, and control of a child younger than _____years, he intentionally abandons the child in any place under circumstances that expose the child to an unreasonable risk of harm. c) intentionally knowingly recklessly or with criminal negligence by act or omission engages in conduct that places a child younger than ____ years in imminent danger of death bodily injury or physical or mental impairment...meth 15 15
22.06 consent as defense to assaultive conduct The victims effective _____ or the actors reasonable _____ that the victim consented to the actors conduct is a defense to ______. Under 22.01/22.02/22.05 Victim knew risks Consent belief prosecution
22.07 a person commits an offense if he threatens to commit an offense involving ______to any person or property with intent to: cause a reaction, place a person in fear of sbi, prevent tome interrupt Terroristic threats :: violence
22.09 a person commits an offense if he knowingly or ______ tampers with a consumer product knowing that the consumer product will be offered for sale to the public or as a gift to another. Intentionally
25.02 an individual commits an offense if he is _____married a) purports to marry or does marry a person other than his spouse in this state, or any other state or ____ country.b) live with a person other than his spouse in this state under the _____ of being married Bigamy legally foreign appearance
25.02 a person commits and offense if the person engages in _____ intercourse or ______ _____ intercourse with another person the actor knows to be, without regard to legitimacy: Prohibited Sexual Conduct: Sexual deviate sexual Ancestor or descendants of blood former step child step parents etc
25.03 a person commits an offense if the person ____ or ___ a child younger than ____ yrs of age: violates terms of judgment including temporary of a court disposing if a child; takes child out of geographic area if the county or out of the United States; entices or outsides the child to leave Interference with child custody:::Takes or retains 18
25.03 person agrees for remuneration or promise of remuneration to abduct a child younger than ____ years of age by force, threat of force etc knowing child is under custody of another. Agreement to abduct from custody 18
25.04 a person commits an offense if, with intent to interfere with the lawful custody of a child younger than ____, he knowingly _____, persuades, or takes the child from the custody of the parent or guardian. 18 entices
25.06 a person commits an offense if he knowingly harbors a child and he is criminally ____ about whether the child is 1) younger than ____2) has escaped from custody of peace office probation youth council etc Harboring runaway child :::negligent 18
25.072 repeated violation of certain court orders or conditions of bonds in a family violence, child abuse or neglect, sexual assault or abuse, stalking, or trafficking case. A person commits an offense if, during a period that is ____ months or less in duration, the person ____ or more times engages in conduct that constitutes an offense under 25.07. Trier of fact must agree ______ 12 2 unanimously
25.09 a person commits an offense if the person advertises in the ____ _____ that the person will place, provide, or obtain a child for adoption or any other form of permanently physical custody of the child. Public media
25.11 a person commits an offense if, during a period that is ___ months or less in duration, the person ____ or more times engages in conduct that constitutes an offense under 22.01 Continuous violence against the family 12 2
71.022 coercing, inducing, or soliciting membership in a criminal street gang Child under this is younger than ____ 17
71.028 gang free zone committed offense if 71.02 at the location that was : in, on, or within _____ feet of any A) Real property that is owned rented or leased by a ) school or school board b)premises of an institution or higher education c) premises of a ____ or ____ youth center d) playground In on or within ______ feet of any a) shopping mall b) movie theater c) public swimming pool d) video arcade 1000 public or private 300
49.08 by accident or mistake cause death by intoxication Intoxication manslaughter
49.11 proof of culpable mental state is ____ requires for conviction of an offense under this chapter. Proof of mental state unnecessary Not
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