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Flashcards in Solicitation Deck (13):
1

Person guilty of __________ if intentionally invites, requests, commands, or encourages another person to engage in conduct that = a felony or a misdemeanor involving a breach of the peace or obstruction of justice

solicitation

2

common-law solicitation was a ___________ even if the offense solicited was a felony.

misdemeanor

3

Essentially solicitation is _________ _________, a double inchoate crime. An attempted solicitation is a triple inchoate crime.

attempted conspiracy

4

Defendant commits actus reus of crime when communicates words or performs act that = invitation, request, command, or encouragement of another to commit offense.

Actus Reus for Solicitation

5

For solicitation to occur, neither solicitor nor solicited needs to perform any act in ___________ of target offense.

furtherance

6

At common law, the defendant is not guilty of solicitation if the defendant merely asks another person to assist in the crime. At common law, to be guilty of solicitation, the defendant must ask other person to ____________ offense himself.

perpetrate

7

Defendant must intentionally commit actus reus with ________ intent that solicited person commit target offense

specific

8

The common law did not have a ____________ defense to solicitation

renunciation

9

provides that defendant who unsuccessfully attempts to communicate solicitation is guilty of solicitation.

Solicitation (MPC)

10

relationship of solicitor to solicited need not be that of accomplice to perpetrator.

Solicitation (MPC)

11

provides defendant is guilty of solicitation if she asked other party to commit offense, or if she requests other party to do some act that would establish that party as accomplice.

Solicitation (MPC)

12

MPC has no specific/general intent. Defendant not guilty of solicitation unless she acts with ___________ of promoting or facilitating commission of solicited offense.

purpose

13

MPC has __________ defense if defendant:
Completely & voluntarily renounces her criminal intent, and
Persuades solicited party not to commit offense or otherwise prevents solicited party from committing offense.

renunciation