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1

True or False: Common law permitted the defense to introduce evidence concerning a victim’s prior sexual relations

True

2

Rape shield laws are based on what characteristics?

(1) Harassment
(2) Relevance
(3) Prejudice
(4) Complaints

3

What is the difference between assault and battery?

An assault is defined as a threat of violence caused by an immediate show of force. (it doesn't require physical force).

A battery requires physical contact with the intent of causing harm.

4

An assault may be committed either by attempting to commit a _______ or by intentionally placing another in fear of a _______.

battery
battery

5

Aggravated batteries are felonies and typically require?

(1) serious injury
(2) the use of a dangerous or deadly weapon
(3) the intent to kill, rape, or seriously harm

6

The common law crime of _______ is included in the criminal codes of several states.

mayhem

7

Battery involves what components?

(1) Act
(2) Intent
(3) Consent

8

Georgia provides what three forms of aggravated assault?

(1) Assault with intent to murder, rape, or rob
(2) Assault with a deadly weapon
(3) Discharge of a firearm within an automobile

9

__________ at common law was the forcible abduction or stealing away of a person from his or her own country and sending him into another country.

Kidnapping

10

The U.S. Congress has also enacted the ______ __ ________ and _______ _________ Act of 2000 and the _______ Act of 2003 that together combat the international sexual trafficking industry.

Victims of Trafficking
Violence Protection
PROTECT

11

The U.S. Congress has also enacted the Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act of _____ and the PROTECT Act of _____ that together combat the international sexual trafficking industry.

2000
2003

12

_____ ___________ is defined as the intentional and unlawful confinement or restraint of another person.

False imprisonment

13

False imprisonment requires an intent to ______ the victim.

restrain

14

______ __________ may overlap with kidnapping or with assault and battery or robbery, and several states have eliminated the crime.

False imprisonment