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LE 115 Quiz: Criminal Law April 4

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Criminal Law April 4, 2017 Notes Inchoate Crimes – Incomplete Attempt and Conspiracy (agreement among people to commit a crime) - Cannot be charged with just attempt or just conspiracy Robbery: The taking/withholding the property of another (Larceny) –Becomes a robbery when the person uses force in the taking of the property or force (can also be a note or something like that) in withholding the property after the taking Crimes are made up of elements! Possession of Narcotics: PN The statue defining of attempt reads in permanent part as follows; a person is guilty of an attempt to commit a crime if, acting with the kind of mental state required for the commission of the crime, he/she intentionally engages in conduct which would constitute the crime if attendant circumstances were as he believes them to be. Element 1: Intent Element 2: Conduct Murder in CT punishable 25-60 years (life) Conspiracy for murder is the only one that doesn’t give the person the same amount of jail time as the person who committed the crime. Renunciation is not voluntary if it is motivated in whole or in part, by circumstances not present or apparent at the inception of the actor’s course of conduct that increase the probability of detection or apprehension or make more difficult the accomplishment of the criminal purpose. Agreement y by 2 or more people to commit a crime and an overt act **You can be charged with it (conspiracy) if you complete the underlying crime or not. When you conspire to do something that could harm another person that’s when you get charged. ** If you go along with a robbery even if you don’t say anything while the idea is being made it is conspiracy. Element 1: Agreement Agreement among 2 or more persons. It is not necessary for the state to
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