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Chapter 9 & 10

Criminal Law Chapter 9/10 Review

TermDefinition
Define homicide killing another human being
List the 3 types of homicides justifiable homicide, excusable homicide, criminal homicide
First degree murder a premeditated and intentional killing of another
Second degree murder all deaths caused by intentional killings that are not premeditated, justified or excused
Voluntary manslaughter intentional killings committed in a sudden heat of passion upon adequate provocation
Define adequate provocation mutual combat, assault/battery, trespassing, adultery
Involuntary manslaughter criminal homicides caused by either recklessness or gross criminal negligence
List the 3 types of involuntary manslaughter reckless manslaughter, negligent manslaughter, misdemeanor manslaughter
Which case established the death penalty exception of an IQ less than 70? Atkins v. Virginia (2002)
The death penalty decision must be made into what two phases? Trial and Punishment
Define rape intentional sexual penetration of another person by force without the other person's consent
Define statutory rape sex with a minor
Define assault attempted or threatened battery
Define battery unwanted, unjustified offensive touching
T/F: false imprisonment is a Class A misdemeanor True
Define kidnapping taking and carrying away another person with the intent to deprive the other person of personal liberty
T/F: aggravated kidnapping is a Class C felony False (aggravated kidnapping is a Class A felony)
Created by: alexisdowney