LEG/320 Criminal Law Week 8 Quiz Strayer

LEG 320 Week 8 Quiz – Strayer 

CHAPTER 14

ROBBERY, BURGLARY, AND RELATED CRIMES

 

MULTIPLE CHOICE

 

1.         Robbery may be thought of as a _____ type of stealing.

a.

forcible

b.

covert

c.

surreptitious

d.

inchoate

 

 

                                 376    

 

2.         “Strong arm” robbery is also known as

a.

misdemeanor robbery

b.

armed robbery

c.

simple robbery

d.

aggravated robbery

 

 

                                 376    

 

3.         A strong-arm robbery is one in which

a.

the victim is a child

b.

the victim is injured

c.

a deadly weapon is used

d.

no weapon is displayed or used

 

 

                                 376    

 

4.         Strong-arm robbery is also known as

a.

mugging

b.

aggravated robbery

c.

armed robbery

d.

burglary

 

 

                                 376    

 

5.         For the crime of robbery to occur

a.

the robber must have used force against the victim

b.

the robber must have caused physical harm to the victim

c.

the robber must have used force or threatened to use imminent force

 against the victim

d.

the robber must have used or threatened to use gun violence against the

 victim

 

 

                                 376-377                  


 

6.         Home invasion requires which of the following?

a.

unlawful entry of the dwelling of another with intent to commit a crime

b.

persons present in the home

c.

use force or threat of force to commit a crime

d.

all of these are required

 

 

                                 381-382                  

 

7.         When does purse snatching become robbery?

a.

when more force than necessary to take the property is used in the crime

b.

when less force than necessary to take the property is used in the crime

c.

purse snatching is always robbery

d.

none of these answers are true

 

 

                                 382-383                  

 

8.         Unlike most thefts, a robbery requires that the property be taken

a.

with an intent to deprive

b.

with an intent to commit a felony

c.

from the person or from the presence of the victim

d.

with a value exceeding $100

 

 

                                 376-377                  

 

9.         In a majority of states, if the perpetrator uses force, not to take the property, but to prevent the victim from escaping, the offense is

a.

extortion

b.

a robbery

c.

embezzlement

d.

intimidation

 

 

                                 379-380                  

 

10.       In a majority of states, if a purse-snatching involves no more force than necessary to take the purse from the victim’s hand, the offense will be charged as

a.

a robbery

b.

a strong armed robbery

c.

theft

d.

extortion

 

 

                                 382-383                  


 

11.       The crime of defiant trespass occurs when a person

a.

remains in a place where he is not privileged to remain after notice of trespass is given

b.

is violent in a place where he is not privileged to remain after notice of trespass is given

c.

is violent after trespassing

d.

remains in a place where he is not privileged to remain after notice of trespass is given and becomes violent

 

 

                                 391    

 

12.       Forcible stealing is known as

a.

robbery

b.

burglary

c.

aggravated robbery

d.

aggravated burglary

 

 

                                 376-377                  

 

13.       In many jurisdictions, the unlawful entry into a dwelling by a person who knows someone is present in the dwelling at the time of the entry, and who is armed with a dangerous weapon which he uses or threatens to use against someone inside the dwelling is considered the crime of

a.

intimidation

b.

extortion

c.

home invasion

d.

“strong arm” robbery

 

 

                                 381-382                  

 

14.       Purse snatching without force is a form of

a.

theft

b.

robbery

c.

burglary

d.

home invasion

 

 

                                 382-383                  

 

15.       Robbery differs from extortion in that extortion requires

a.

a threat to inflict harm in the future

b.

the property to be taken from the person of the victim

c.

the property to be taken by fraud or deceit

d.

the person to be threatened with imminent harm

 

 

                                 383-384                  


16.       The federal act dealing specifically with extortion is the

a.

Calvin Act

b.

Hobbs Act

c.

Lindbergh Act

d.

Robbery and Extortion Act

 

 

                                 384    

 

17.       The crime of extortion requires a threat

a.

to use violence against the victim

b.

to use violence or sue the victim

c.

to take certain actions that are not legally protected against the victim, including but not limited to violence, for the purpose of obtaining anything of value from the victim

d.

to take steps to tarnish the victim’s reputation

 

 

                                 383-384                  

 

18.       Robbery of persons inhabiting a dwelling is called

a.

home invasion

b.

aggravated robbery

c.

burglary

d.

aggravated burglary

 

 

                                 381-382                  

 

19.       The majority rule in the United States is that crimes like purse snatching are not robberies unless

a.

there is some force used greater than that needed to take the purse

b.

the value of the purse is greater than $100

c.

two or more perpetrators participate

d.

another crime is committed during the purse snatching

 

 

                                 382-383                  

 

20.       At common law, burglary was limited to

a.

the dwelling of another, at night, with intent to commit a felony

b.

the dwelling of another, at any time of day, with the intent to steal

c.

structures where people gather or live, at night

d.

structures where people gather or live, at any time of day

CHAPTER 15

WHITE-COLLAR CRIME, CYBER CRIME, AND COMMERCIAL CRIME

 

MULTIPLE CHOICE

 

1.         A class or type of criminal conduct that has solely economic gain to the criminal as its goal is known as

a.

white collar crime

b.

racketeering

c.

wire fraud

d.

bank fraud

 

 

                                 396    

 

2.         What federal statute makes it a federal crime to defraud a financial institution that is federally insured?

a.

false statement

b.

claims

c.

bank fraud

d.

wire fraud

 

 

                                 396-397                  

 

3.         Deceitful means or acts used to cheat a person, corporation, or governmental agency is known as

a.

fraud

b.

forgery

c.

false statement

d.

false claims

 

 

                                 396    

 

4.         Books, movies, and songs are protected by the

a.

federal copyright act

b.

the “fair use” doctrine

c.

federal and state laws that protect trade secrets

d.

federal wire fraud laws

 

 

                                 398    

 

5.         A scheme to deprive another of the intangible right of honest services is known as a

a.

scheme of artifice

b.

scheme of neglect

c.

scheme of fraud

d.

scheme of deprivation

 

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