Flashcards in Chapter 12 Powerpoint pt. 2 Deck (36):
Burglary= _______ and _______ or unlawful entry + specific intent to commit a felony or crime + inside a dwelling or other structure at night and other aggravating factors
Burglary= breaking and entering or unlawful entry + specific intent to commit a ______ or _____ + inside a dwelling or other structure at night and other aggravating factors
Burglary= breaking and entering or unlawful entry + specific intent to commit a felony or crime + inside a _______ or ______ ________ at night and other aggravating factors
_______ ________ is the unauthorized entry or remaining on the land or premises of another.
A ______ _______ occurs when an individual knowingly enters or remains on a premises after receiving a clear notice that he or she is trespassing.
Criminal trespass entails an __________ _____, and unlike burglary, there is no requirement that the intruder intend to commit a felony.
_______ _______ entails an unauthorized entry, and unlike _______, there is no requirement that the intruder intend to commit a felony.
Criminal trespass= _____ or ________ on the property of another without __________ + purposely, knowingly, strict liability
Criminal trespass= entry or remaining on the property of another without authorization + purposely, knowingly, _____ ______
What are the three degrees of criminal trespass?
(1) First degree criminal trespass
(2) Second degree criminal trespass
(3) Third degree criminal trespass
Which degree of criminal trespass is this: entering or remaining on the dwelling of another?
First degree criminal trespass
Which degree of criminal trespass is this: entering or remaining in enclosed buildings or fenced-in property?
Second degree criminal trespass
Which degree of criminal trespass is this: petty misdemeanor entering or remaining on unenclosed land?
Third degree criminal trespass
New York: intentionally and without authorization, accesses a computer system or computer
Common law ______ is defined as the willful and malicious burning of the dwelling house of another. The purpose is to protect the home along with the occupants and their possessions.
The mens rea of common law arson is ______.
The ____ ___ of common law arson is malice.
The mens rea of _______ ____ arson is malice.
True or False: In order to prove arson the fire must destroy or seriously damage the structure
False; Fire must not necessarily destroy or seriously damage the structure
States no longer limit ______ to dwelling places or to property of another.
States no longer limit arson to _______ ______ or to ________ of ______.
True or False: Arson extends to curtilage, area immediately surrounding the home
An ________ is not included as arson in common law unless it results in a fire.
An explosion is not included as arson in _______ ____ unless it results in a ____.
True or False: Today’s statutes provide that even smoke damage and soot are sufficient
States typically divide arson into ______ and _________ _____ while other states provide additional categories.
The ______ ____ misdemeanor of malicious mischief is defined as the destruction of, or damage to, the personal property (physical belongings) of another.
The common law __________ of _______ _______ is defined as the destruction of, or damage to, the personal property (physical belongings) of another.
Criminal mischief includes damage to both personal and real (land and structures) ________ ________.
________ ________- physical property as opposed to ownership of intangible property, such as ownership of a song or the movie rights to a book.
What are the three types of acts of criminal mischief?
(1) destruction or damage to tangible property
(2) tampering with tangible property
(3) to endanger a person or property
The mens rea of criminal mischief can be _________ or _______.
The mens rea of _______ _______ can be purposeful or reckless.
The _____ ____ of criminal mischief can be purposeful or reckless.
Criminal mischief punishes the _______, _________, or ________ or may involve a deception causing financial loss.