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What is a felony ? punishable by death or confinement no less than one year.
How are crimes classified ? By the moral character of the crime.
What is a misdemeanor ? punishable by a fine or confinement by less than one year.
How do we determine whether a law violations Equal Protection? Strict Scrutiny,Heightened Scrutiny and Rational Basis
What is the difference between a Pure democracy and a Constitutional democracy? In a pure democracy majority can do anything while in a constitutional one you and govern.
What are the three Elements of a crime? Acts reus, Mens rea, Concurrence
Is recklessness and Negligence the same thing? No
What are the elements to self defense ? Nonaggressor,Necessity,Proportionality Reasonable Belief
What is the Castle exception to Retreat Rule? May use deadly force to fend off an unprovoked attack
Created by: SouthTurman