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  1. Which crime is BEST represented by the following situation?

Jeff decides that it is time to clean up his act and stop manufacturing bong pipes in his basement. He uses $15,000 from bong pipe sales to open a children’s toy store. The next day, the police bust Jeff for his sale of drug paraphernalia.

  • Robbery
  • Money Laundering
  • Larceny
  • Embezzlement

 

  1. Penny is seen organizing racks at a local clothing store one day while she shops, and the manager offers her a job. The next day, Penny’s boss from the clothing store across the street comes in and accuses the manager of trying to interfere with Penny’s non-competition agreement. Which of the following is true?
  • The manager is interfering with Penny’s business relationship with her boss.
  • The manager has committed legitimate interference with a contractual relationship
  • The manager has done nothing wrong because non-competition agreements are never used in clothing retail.
  • The manager has done nothing wrong.

 

  1. While on a hike with a tour group in the mountains, Derek gets mauled by a bear. No previous reports of bears in the area had been made.  Derek wants to hold the tour company liable for his injury. Which of the following is most likely true?
  • Because most people would not expect something as dangerous as a bear encounter while on a hike, an assumption of risk defense will probably not protect the tour company.
  • Derek cannot hold the tour company liable because there is no way to prepare for or avoid a bear attack.
  • Because hiking is known to have some elements of danger, Derek assumed the risk of a bear attack by joining the tour group.
  • The company is not at fault because it does not owe Derek a duty of care.

 

  1. NuKere, a nuclear plant, accidently leaks hazardous waste onto a nearby property, despite having recently passed a rigorous set of safety checks. Under standards of strict liability, which of the following is true?
  • Nukere cannot be held liable because anyone living nearby assumes the risk of hazardous waste toxicity.
  • NuKere cannot be held liable, as it just passed a strict set of safety checks.
  • Nukere should be held liable because of the dangerous nature of hazardous waste. Regardless of safety checks, the accident happened.
  • NuKere can be held liable only if there is concrete physical evidence of harm to people or property.

 

  1. Match each example situation to the defense that would most likely apply to it. (Whether or not the defense will work is not relevant for this question.)

Jesse’s mother dies.  Due to the trauma, Jesse breaks into an ice cream shop and steals all the ice cream and is later caught.

  • Entrapment
  • Diminished Capacity
  • Mistake of Law

 

  1. Eduardo is working his way up the ladder in the world of amateur boxing. He makes a stinging remark about his next opponent on TV by saying that his opponent is a coward who probably practices boxing by beating up his wife. Which of the following is true?
  • Eduardo is not being defamatory because his remarks are statements of opinion only.
  • Eduardo is not being defamatory because it is obvious that the statement must be false.
  • Eduardo is being defamatory because his remarks may harm his opponent’s reputation.
  • Eduardo is being defamatory because the information he published is true.

 

  1. Rebekah unknowingly grows illegal marijuana plants in her garden, assuming they are just weeds. If Rebekah is discovered growing the marijuana, strict liability would infer that:
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