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CHAPTER 9-10

Review

TermDefinition
8th Amendment Excessive bail fines or unusual and cruel punishment or permitted
First recored execution Captain Georges candle in the Jamestown colony of Virginia in 1608
First state to adopt death penalty statue Tennessee
Homicide Killing of another human
Mens rea Homicide components Intentional, knowing, reckless, negligence
Second degree murder Deaths caused by an intentional killing's that are not permitted, justified, or excused.
Rape Sexual penetration of another person by force without the other person's consent
Statutory rape Sexual intercourse with a minor
A person convicted of first-degree murder shall be punished by Death Or imprisonment for life without possibility of parole
Created by: SouthTurman