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CJA 305 Entire Course (2 Sets)

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This Tutorial contains 2 Sets of Papers for each Assignment CJA 305 Week 1 Individual Assignment Criminal Law Paper (2 Papers) CJA 305 Week 1 DQ 1 CJA 305 Week 1 DQ 2 CJA 305 Week 1 DQ 3 CJA 305 Week 2 Individual Assignment Criminal Defense Case Analysis (2 Papers) CJA 305 Week 2 Individual Assignment Worksheet (2 Papers) CJA 305 Week 2 Team Assignment Insanity Defense Paper (2 Papers) CJA 305 Week 2 DQ 1 CJA 305 Week 2 DQ 2 CJA 305 Week 3 Individual Assignment Personal Crimes Analysis (2 Papers) CJA 305 Week 3 Individual Assignment Worksheet (2 Papers) CJA 305 Week 3 Team Assignment Prosecuting Argument Paper (2 Papers) CJA 305 Week 3 DQ 1


CJA 305 Week 3 DQ 2 CJA 305 Week 3 DQ 3 CJA 305 Week 4 Team Assignment Sentencing Proposal (2 Papers) CJA 305 Week 4 Individual Assignment Anti-Drug Legislation Matrix (2 Papers) CJA 305 Week 4 Individual Assignment Worksheet (2 Papers) CJA 305 Week 4 DQ 1 CJA 305 Week 4 DQ 2 CJA 305 Week 4 DQ 3 CJA 305 Week 5 Individual Assignment Victims and Crime Evaluation (2 Papers) CJA 305 Week 5 Individual Assignment Worksheet (2 Papers) CJA 305 Week 5 Team Assignment Sentencing Proposal and Presentation (2 Papers) CJA 305 Final Exam Guide CJA 305 Final Exam Guide

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1) That which is laid down, ordained, or established...a body of rules of action or conduct prescribed by controlling authority, and having a binding legal force?


A) morals B) mores C) laws D) norms

2) The least serious crime is a(n): A) tort. B) felony. C) infraction. D) misdemeanor.

3) ________ is the legal principal that requires that courts be bound by their own earlier decisions and by those of higher courts having jurisdiction over them regarding subsequent cases on similar issues and fact. A) Jurisdiction B) Stare decisis C) Jurisprudence D) Due process of law

4) The Model Penal Code outlines four ________: purposely, knowingly, reckless, and negligent. A) elements of crime B) canons of construction C) states of mind


D) conducts

5) ________ is not an essential element of a crime. A) Concurrence B) The criminal act C) Motive D) A culpable mental state

6) The facts that show that a crime has occurred are referred to in Latin as the: A) corpus delicti. B) mens rea. C) actus rea. D) mala prohibita.

7) In addition to the three fundamental aspects of crime (actusrea, mensrea and concurrence), four additional principles are necessary to fully appreciate contemporary understandings of crime. They are causation, a resulting harm, the ________, and necessary attendant circumstances. A) degree of the crime B) legality principle C) void-for-vagueness principle D) but for rule


8) Bob turns 21 and goes out and buys his first six-pack of beer. The next week, the drinking age is raised to 22 and the sheriff arrests Bob for buying that six-pack. Bob is the victim of: A) the void-for-vagueness principle. B) proximate cause. C) an ex post facto law. D) the principle of legality.

9) Bob decides to kill Ray. He takes a loaded gun and goes to Ray's house. He sees Ray sitting on the porch and takes a shot at him. What Bob didn't know was that Ray died of a heart attack, there on his porch, a half-hour before Bob arrived. If Bob is charged with attempted homicide, he might claim the defense of: A) renunciation. B) impossibility. C) strict liability. D) abandonment.

10) Today we call one who knowingly gives assistance to a person who has committed a felony for the purpose of helping that individual avoid apprehension or detection a(n): A) accessory.


B) principal in the second degree. C) principal in the first degree. D) accomplice.

11) Bob is charged with a crime and defends himself by arguing that he only committed the crime to avoid some greater evil. Bob is defending himself with a(n): A) alibi. B) justification. C) exception. D) excuse. 12) A(n) ________ defense is one in which the defendant must take the offense and respond to the charges against him or her with his or her own assertions being based on legal arguments. A) alter ego B) reasonable C) affirmative D) perfect

13) The legal concept of the ________ envisions a person who acts with common sense and who has the mental capacity of an average, normal, sensible human being. A) reasonable person B) common man C) average man D) alter ego rule


14) In jurisdictions where the concepts of perfect and imperfect self-defense are employed, imperfect self-defense may: A) lower criminal liability but not eliminate it. B) eliminate the retreat rule. C) justify deadly force. D) eliminate criminal liability.

15) The police arrive as Bob is robbing a bank with a gun. Bob runs out the door of the bank, taking shots at the police as he runs. The police: A) may rely on the fleeing felon rule. B) may shoot Bob to stop him. C) must retreat before using deadly force. D) must follow the alter ego rule.

16) ________ admit that the action committed by the defendant was wrong and that it violated the criminal law, but claim that the defendant should not be held accountable under the criminal law by virtue of special conditions or circumstances that suggest the defendant is not responsible for his or her deeds. A) Mistakes of law B) Excuses C) Errors


D) Justifications

17) Bob flies into New York City and goes to the baggage area to get his suitcase. He takes the wrong bag, a black one identical to his, thinking he has the correct bag. The real owner of the bag stops him and accuses Bob of theft. Bob's defense is: A) ignorance of the law. B) psycholegal error. C) mistake of fact. D) mistake of law.

18) Bob earns his living selling cocaine. He is eating dinner with a man who he thinks is a friend, but the man is really an undercover police officer. When Bob comments that he looking for a new source of cocaine, the officer volunteers to sell Bob some cocaine. When this encounter results in Bob being charged with a crime: A) Bob will not be able to claim the defense of entrapment. B) Bob will be able to claim the defense of duress. C) Bob will be able to claim the defense of entrapment. D) Bob will be able to claim outrageous government conduct.


19) Bob is arrested for robbery. While waiting for his trial, he falls mentally ill and is found incompetent to stand trial. After six months of treatment for his illness, he recovers. Bob: A) is considered guilty but mentally ill. B) can now be tried for robbery C) is considered legally insane. D) is not guilty by reason of insanity.

20) Person's found not guilty by reason of insanity are, on average, held in mental hospitals ________ as persons found guilty are held in prison. A) a small fraction of the time B) at least as long C) twice as long D) about half the amount of time

21) ________ is the killing of a human being by the act, procurement, or omission of another human being. A) Homicide B) Gross negligence C) Accidental death D) Malice aforethought


22) Driving 100 miles per hour in a school zone while young children are present could establish: A) malice. B) justification. C) adequate provocation. D) ordinary negligence.

23) ________ can be a killing committed without lawful justification, wherein the defendant acted under a sudden and intense passion resulting from adequate provocation. A) Negligent homicide B) Voluntary manslaughter C) Premeditated murder D) Excusable homicide

24) ________ is an intentional and offensive touching or wrongful physical contact with another without consent, that results in some injury or offends or causes discomfort. A) Battery B) Aggravated assault C) Aggravated battery D) Assault

25) ________ is sexual intercourse, whether or not consensual, with a person under the "age of consent" as specified by law.


A) Spousal rape B) Sexual battery C) Statutory rape D) Sexual contact

26) The elements of the crime of ________ are: 1) an unlawful restraint by one person, 2) of another person's freedom of movement, 3) without the victim's consent or without legal justification. A) false imprisonment B) forcible battery C) battery D) kidnapping

27) Larceny can only be committed: A) intentionally. B) negligently. C) knowingly. D) recklessly.

28) The elements of ________ are: 1) the felonious taking of personal property, 2) from the person or immediate presence of another, 3) against the will of the victim, and 4) accomplished by means of force or by putting the victim in fear.


A) theft B) robbery C) larceny D) burglary

29) Bob lies to Ray. He tells Ray that he has permission to go into Mary's house while she is at work and borrow her TV. In reality, Mary expressly told Bob he could not enter her house or borrow her TV. Bob asks Ray to do him a favor and go get the TV for him. Ray goes in the house and brings Bob the TV. This is an example of: A) looting. B) uttering. C) constructive entry. D) criminal mischief.

30) The elements of ________ make it illegal for a person to: 1) use a computer or computer network, 2) without authority, and 3) with the intent to cause physical injury to an individual. A) computer fraud B) personal trespass by computer C) computer tampering D) computer trespass 31) Crimes against ________ are those that disturb or invade society's peace and tranquility.


A) the administration of government B) public order C) public decency D) justice

32) Many traditionally worded ________ statutes were struck down by the courts for being too vague or attempting to punish a status rather than an activity. A) unlawful assembly B) criminal syndicalism C) vagrancy D) DUI

33) ________ is an unlawful attempt to interfere with the administration of the courts, the judicial system, or law enforcement officers, or with the activities of those who seek justice in a court or whose duties involve the administration of justice. A) Criminal contempt B) Disorderly conduct C) Criminal syndicalism D) Obstruction of justice


34) ________ is the offense of giving or receiving a gift or reward intended to influence a person in the exercise of a judicial or public duty. A) Bribery B) Misconduct in office C) Misprision of office D) Obstruction of justice

35) An office holder who commits misconduct in office by doing something he or she has no right to do is guilty of: A) misdirection. B) malfeasance. C) misfeasance. D) non-feasance.

36) The only crime specifically mentioned in the United States Constitution. A) treason B) terrorism C) sedition D) murder


37) Ray pays Bob $500 to bring him illegally from Mexico into the United States. Bob is guilty of A) sex trafficking B) human smuggling C) immigrant trafficking D) human trafficking

38) One of America's first immigration laws sought to end a huge influx of mostly male workers from A) India B) Mexico C) Ireland D) China

39) Because the USA PATRIOT Act and other anti-terrorism laws challenge historic notions of civil rights in the United States A) terrorists born outside of the United States can be summarily denied their rights. B) Congress repealed the Act. C) a considerable amount of litigation can be expected in the future. D) the Act does not have to conform to the United States Constitution.


40)

Most of the duties of the INS were incorporated into the

A) Drug Enforcement Agency B) Department of Homeland Security C) Federal Bureau of Investigation D) Department of Transportation

41) The ________ is/are conducted annually by the Bureau of Justice Statistics to provide data on surveyed households that report they were affected by crime. A) Victims of Crime Reports B) National Crime Victimization Survey C) Uniform Crime Reports D) Victim Assistance Reports

42) The central focus of the National Organization for Victim Assistance is to: A) oppose sentencing reforms. B) provide rides to court. C) educate policy makers about victims' rights. D) fight for the death penalty in murder cases.

43) Bob has been convicted of sexual assault and he is serving time in prison. He writes a book in which he brags about his


crimes. He may be prevented from profiting from the sale of that book by: A) uniform crime laws. B) Son of Sam laws. C) the crime index. D) the right of allocution.

44) Persons aged 65 or older have the ________ victimization rates for all types of crime. A) least consistent B) highest C) lowest D) most violent

45) The ________ justice model holds that it is necessary to attain a balance between the legitimate needs of the community, the offender and the victim. A) assistance B) restitution C) victimization D) restorative


46) The ________ model of criminal sentencing suggests that punishments should be appropriate to the type and severity of the crime. A) equity B) split sentence C) consecutive sentence D) just deserts

47) ________ is the sentencing philosophy that aims to reduce the likelihood that the offender will be capable of committing future offenses. A) Rehabilitation B) Incapacitation C) Retribution D) Restitution

48) ________ is a sentencing principle that objectively counts an offender's criminal history in sentencing decisions. A) Proportionality B) Deterrence C) Equity D) Social debt


49) Alternatives to traditional sanctions like imprisonment, such as split sentencing, home confinement and community service, are known as ________ sanctions. A) proportional B) determinate C) specific D) intermediate

50) Bob is sentenced to five years in prison. His lawyer says he will see what he can do for him, but not to count on anything. After being in prison for three weeks, Bob is brought back to court and the judge places him on probation. This is an example of: A) community service. B) a mixed sentence. C) shock incarceration. D) shock probation.

CJA 305 Week 1 DQ 1

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To learn more about civil law and criminal law characteristics, you will do the following: Prepare a table or chart with two columns. Label one column civil law and the other, criminal law. Complete the chart with appropriate comparison of the differences between civil and criminal law. You may include similarities, too. Post to the Main Forum. CJA 305 Week 1 DQ 2

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Please post responses to the following:

Define criminal liability. Does it work? Explain.


How does criminal liability affect the criminal justice system? CJA 305 Week 1 DQ 3

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What is the relationship between “fair” and “law”? Does one influence the other? Does public opinion play a role in how the courts (especially the Supreme Court of the U.S.) interpret the law? Does this information help you predict how the law may or may not change? CJA 305 Week 1 Individual Assignment Criminal Law Paper (2 Papers)

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This Tutorial contains 2 Different Papers Locate a recent criminal Supreme Court case you find interesting. Provide a brief summary and properly cite the case. Write a 700- to 1,400-word paper in which you answer the following questions:  

What interested you about this case? What are the sources, purposes, and jurisdictions of the criminal law related to this case? What is accomplice liability and criminal liability? How does it relate to the case? What is the difference between the various elements of crime, including actusreus, mensrea, and concurrence? How do they relate to the case?

Cite to at least two (2) academic resources. Cite to your text and/or your electronic readings. Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.

CJA 305 Week 2 DQ 1

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Research the Andrea Yates case, in which a mother suffering from postpartum depression (PPD) killed her five children. Do you feel that PPD should be a defense to murder or manslaughter? Explain. Do you think Ms. Yates received a fair sentence? Explain.

2. Research the prosecution of Jared Loughner for the shooting of Representative Gabrielle Giffords of Arizona. ¡ How does competency to stand trial play into this case? Explain your answer. ¡ Do you think Loughner is competent? Explain your answer. CJA 305 Week 2 DQ 2

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According to Schmalleger, Hall, and Dolatowski (2010), a syndrome is “a complex of signs and symptoms presenting a clinical picture of a disease or disorder”. They also define a syndrome-based defense as a “defense predicated on, or substantially enhanced by, the acceptability of syndrome-related claims”. Use the foregoing definitions to respond to

Review the concept of syndrome-based defense enhancements; Discuss whether a syndrome should be considered an excuse, a justification, or an explanation; and Discuss whether syndromes can best be seen as (1) potentially negating mensrea, (2) widening traditional defenses, or (3) a way of justifying behavior classes or groups of people.. CJA 305 Week 2 Individual Assignment Criminal Defense Case Analysis (2 Papers)

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Locate two cases that discuss various types of criminal defenses. Write a 700- to 1,050-word case analysis in which you identify and examine the types of criminal defenses used in each case that include the following: 

Explanation of the nature and types of defenses used in each case and what evidence was used to support each defense. Description of how justification and excuse play a role in each case. Description of the outcome of each case.

Cite to at least two (2) academic resources. Cite to your text and/or your electronic readings. Format your case analysis consistent with APA guidelines. CJA 305 Week 2 Individual Assignment Worksheet (2 Papers)

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Complete the University Material: Week Two Worksheet. Be sure to include your name on the worksheet. CJA 305 Week 2 Team Assignment Insanity Defense Paper (2 Papers)

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This Tutorial contains 2 Different Papers Resource: University Material: State v. Stu Dents Discuss the case as if your team was part of the defense team in State v. Stu Dents and the defendant wants to plead insanity. Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper in which you answer the following questions as a team: 

 

Does your team believe the defendant is competent to stand trial? Why or why not? What is required in your state for an insanity defense? What steps must be taken to prove insanity?

Cite to at least two (2) academic resources.


Cite to your text and/or your electronic readings. Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines. CJA 305 Week 3 DQ 1

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According to Lipmann (2010), white collar crimes are “committed by an individual of high status in the course of his or her occupation” . He states further the “U.S. Justice Department defines white-collar crime as an illegal act that employs deceit and concealment rather than the application of force to obtain money, property, or service, to avoid the payment or loss of money, or to secure a business or professional advantage” (Contemporary Criminal Law. Concepts, Cases, and Controversies, 2nd ed.). Please respond to the following: (1) Explain why Money Laundering is considered a white collar crime. (2) Should white collar crimes be more severely punished than blue collar crimes?


(3) Should there be a distinction between white collar and blue collar crimes? CJA 305 Week 3 DQ 2

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Statutory rape is defined as a strict liability offense of intercourse with an underage individual. A strict liability offense is a crime that does not require a criminal intent. Based on the definition of statutory rape, respond to the following questions: What distinctions can be made between rape and statutory rape? Should the distinctions exist? Explain your response. Why have many states changed the offense of statutory rape to criminal sexual conduct? CJA 305 Week 3 DQ 3

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What is the definition of homicide? What distinctions can be made about different types of homicide? Compare and contrast the criteria for the types and how they affect the criminal justice system. CJA 305 Week 3 Individual Assignment Personal Crimes Analysis (2 Papers)

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This Tutorial contains 2 Different Papers For this assignment, you will choose from the following options:  

Option 1: Personal Crimes Analysis Presentation Option 2: Personal Crimes Analysis Matrix


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Option 3: Personal Crimes Analysis Posterboard

Read the instructions in the University of Phoenix Material: Personal Crimes Analysis located on the student website. Select one of the following options to complete the assignment. Cite to at least two (2) academic resources. Cite to your text and/or your electronic readings. CJA 305 Week 3 Individual Assignment Worksheet (2 Papers)

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This Tutorial contains 2 Different Papers Complete the University Material: Week Three Worksheet. Be sure to include your name on the worksheet. CJA 305 Week 3 Team Assignment Prosecuting Argument Paper (2 Papers)

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This Tutorial contains 2 Different Papers Resource: University Material: State v. Stu Dents Discuss the caseas if you are part of the prosecuting team in State v. Stu Dents to develop your argument. Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper that details the team’s argument. List the elements of each crime and facts that establish each element. Provide a specific law for each charge. List the state where the law is effective. Each team member’s state needs to be represented. Include the state where your case would be the strongest. Cite to at least two (2) academic resources. Cite to your text and/or your electronic readings. Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines. CJA 305 Week 4 DQ 1

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Public order crimes, public-order offenses, or crimes against the public order, include offenses such as fighting, breach of peace, disorderly conduct, vagrancy, loitering, unlawful assembly, public intoxication, obstructing public passage, and (illegally) carrying weapons. Please respond to the following questions: ¡ How do public order crimes differ from other types of crime, as defined by the criminal justice system? ¡ How can we improve the ways in which the criminal justice system helps to decrease the number of public order crimes? CJA 305 Week 4 DQ 2

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Morals offenses denote a category of unlawful conduct that was criminalized originally to protect the family and related social institutions. This category includes lewdness, indecency, sodomy, and other sex-related offenses, such as seduction, fornication, adultery, bigamy, pornography, obscenity, cohabitation, and prostitution (Schmalleger, Hall, &Dolatowski, 2010).


Respond to the following question:

Define lewdness and explain how the criminal justice system can more effectively

combat prostitution, obscenity, and lewdness? CJA 305 Week 4 DQ 3

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According to Schmalleger, Hall, and Dolatowski (2010), another class of social-order offense consists of crimes against the administration of government. Offenses in this category include treason, misprision of treason, rebellion, criminal syndicalism, espionage, sedition, perjury, subornation of perjury, criminal


contempt, obstruction of justice, resisting arrest, escape, misconduct in office, and bribery.

Respond to the following:

How do crimes against government affect the administration of justice? What distinctions can be made about crimes against administration or government and the concern of domestic terrorism? What is the relationship between federal and state anti-drug legislation and asset forfeiture? CJA 305 Week 4 Individual Assignment Anti Drug Legislation Matrix (2 Papers)

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This Tutorial contains 2 Different Papers Complete the University Material: Anti-Drug Legislation Matrix.


Cite to at least two (2) academic resources. Cite to your text and/or your electronic readings.

CJA 305 Week 4 Individual Assignment Worksheet (2 Papers)

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This Tutorial contains 2 Different Papers Complete the University Material: Week Four Worksheet. Be sure to include your name on the worksheet. CJA 305 Week 4 Team Assignment Sentencing Proposal (2 Papers)

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This Tutorial contains 2 Different Papers Begin preparing Sentencing Proposal assignment, due in Week Five. Discuss sentencing arguments with your Learning Team, including desired outcomes and intermediate sanctions to propose. Submit a 350-word summary that includes an overview of your team’s discussion and the research you have conducted. Cite to at least two (2) academic resources. Cite to your text and/or your electronic readings. CJA 305 Week 5 Individual Assignment Victims and Crime Evaluation (2 Papers)

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This Tutorial contains 2 Different Papers Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper that describes roles and functions of individuals in the criminal justice system and how victimization affects each role. Evaluate the roles of prosecutor, defense attorney, criminal, and victim.


Summarize how victimization affects each role. Answer the following questions:   

What are the goals of sentencing associated with each role? What are the goals of alternative sanctions? What recommendations do you have regarding victims’ rights?

Cite to at least two (2) academic resources. Cite to your text and/or your electronic readings. Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines. CJA 305 Week 5 Individual Assignment Worksheet (2 Papers)

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This Tutorial contains 2 Different Papers Complete the University Material: Week Five Worksheet. Be sure to include your name on the worksheet.


CJA 305 Week 5 Team Assignment Sentencing Proposal and Presentation (2 Papers)

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This Tutorial contains 2 Different Papers Resource: University Material: Ruling on State v. Stu Dents Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word proposal that includes two different sentencing arguments formulated by your team. Include the desired outcome of each punishment. Include alternative and intermediate sanctions. Include a 5- to 10-slide MicrosoftÂŽ PowerPointÂŽ presentation with your proposal. Cite to at least two (2) academic resources. Cite to your text and/or your electronic readings. Format your paper and presentation consistent with APA guidelines

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