CJUS 400 Test 4

Liberty CJUS 400 Test 4 Answers

  1. Which of the following scenarios is the driver not “operating” a motor vehicle?
  2. In fourteen states, doctors may prescribe the personal use of what drug for pain management for people with serious illnesses?
  3. How many states currently have a “Compassionate Use Medical Marijuana” statute?
  4. In Gonzales v. Raich, the court reasoned Congress had the power under the Commerce Clause to regulate
  5. The most common illegal drug charge is some form of
  6. A minority of states require that the defendant have possessed what minimum amount of the illegal substance to sustain a conviction?
  7. Americans spend _____ of dollars yearly for the purchase of illegal drugs.
  8. A defendant arrested in possession of a large amount of an illegal drug would most likely have been charged with the o ense of
  9. In 2006 the United Nations reported that _____ was the most highly abused hard drug in the world, with almost as many addicts as cocaine and heroin combined.
  10. Delivery of an illegal drug can be either an actual delivery, or it could be the crime of possession of a controlled substance with
  11. Approximately what number of people are killed every day in the United States because of driving under the in uence?
  12. The 2002 National Institutes of Health study surveyed drinking among the 8 million college and university students in the United States. What percentage of students were shown to drink in binges?
  13. People who believe that organized government is evil may be referred to as – anarchists
  14. What is one advantage of using an IVTS?
  15. The use of unlawful force to coerce or intimidate persons or governments in the pursuit of political, social, or religious goals is known as
  16. According to the text, terrorists sometimes use which of the following to move funds in and out of the United States?
  17. Funds for terrorist activities are often transferred through all of the following except
  18. In 2004 the U.S. government created the ______ to act as a clearinghouse on international terrorism intelligence and information.
  19. Which of the following is not a likely charge against terrorists?
  20. Which of the following is the de nition of a terrorist threat under state laws?
  21. Which of the following statements regarding terrorism is FALSE?
  22. How many prosecutions from 2001‑2009 involved weapons of mass destruction?
  23. Terrorism is a
  24. A program whereby suspected terrorists are seized by U.S. agents and transported to another country for interrogation is known as
  25. CTRs can help determine whether ____ occurred.
  26. A wire fraud scheme is de ned to include a scheme to deprive another of the intangible right of
  27. Illegal pro ts can NOT be laundered through the purchase of which of the following?
  28. One of the bene ts of the passage of the CCE Statute was that it enabled prosecutors to charge people
  29. Which of the following statements regarding the Federal Victim and Witness Protection Act is FALSE?
  30. The federal RICO statute permits federal prosecutions based on criminal acts that would normally fall under
  31. A fraudulent scheme that uses interstate or international wire or other electronic communications is the de nition of
  32. To obtain a conviction under RICO, the government must prove that the defendant
  33. To obtain a RICO or “little RICO” conviction, the prosecution must prove which of the following except?
  34. Any fraudulent scheme that uses an interstate delivery system may be prosecuted as a felony under
  35. The witness protection program created in 1970 provides new identities and relocation for witnesses
  36. Which of the following statements regarding the federal witness protection program is true?
  37. If the underlying criminal acts do not a ect interstate commerce
  38. Only this type of contempt may be punished summarily.
  39. An individual may not be held in contempt unless it can be shown that
  40. What usually happens to most of the people detained annually for violation of United States immigration laws?
  41. In 2010 Arizona passed a state statute aimed at
  42. The immigration laws make it a crime to do all of the following except
  43. Direct contempt is that which
  44. In 2010 Arizona passed a state statute which requires persons to carry valid
  45. Contempt requires a showing of what kind of disregard of the authority of a court or legislative body?
  46. A remedial form of contempt order used to force people to do what they are lawfully required to do is called
  47. In Zadvydas v. Davis, the U.S. Supreme Court held that such a detention could not extend beyond the _____ necessary to remove the alien.
  48. Constructive contempt is also known as
  49. For a gift to a public official to be illegal, the gift must be
  50. What is the usual limit under federal law, 28 U.S.C. § 1826, on the period a person can be held in jail for civil contempt for refusal to obey a court order?
  51. How many alcohol‑related student deaths are there each year?
  52. A defendant arrested in possession of a large amount of an illegal drug would most likely have been charged with the offense of
  53. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates the yearly costs of drunk driving to be
  54. In 2006 the United Nations reported that _____ was the most highly abused hard drug in the world, with almost as many addicts as cocaine and heroin combined.
  55. Laws that make people who illegally manufacture, distribute, or dispense illegal drugs strictly liable for a death that results from the using such drugs are often called
  56. The “usable quantity” rule holds that a useless trace amount is not
  57. A persistent, rapid, involuntary, side‑to side eye movement is called
  58. British and U.S. studies of accidental deaths in the 1980s and a National Institutes of Health study in 2002 showed that alcohol has a high relationship to deaths caused by which of the following?
  59. The second most common categories of criminal charges brought by the prosecutors from 2001‑2009 was
  60. Which of the following statements regarding the rules of war is FALSE?
  61. Most state statutes also make it a crime for a person to support a terrorist act or organization. Actions that could constitute support include which of the following except
  62. Generally, terrorists differ from other criminals on the basis of their
  63. Which of the following is the definition of a terrorist threat under state laws?
  64. One example of a kind of IVTS is
  65. The Alabama Criminal Code, Section 13‑A‑10‑151, defines the crime of terrorism as an act or acts intended to
  66. Which is not a type of terrorist group used by the the Council on Foreign Relations?
  67. One of the benefits of the passage of the CCE Statute was that it enabled prosecutors to charge people
  68. Any fraudulent scheme that uses any interstate delivery services can be prosecuted as a felony under the
  69. RICO and CCE laws have been successfully used to stop all of the following except –
  70. In 1970, Congress enacted the RICO law. What does RICO stand for?
  71. The Travel Act makes interstate travel to commit all of the following activities illegal except:
  72. Illegal profits can NOT be laundered through the purchase of which of the following?
  73. A wire fraud scheme is defined to include a scheme to deprive another of the intangible right of
  74. What federal statute permits prosecution under that act if the extortion can be shown to interfere with interstate commerce?
  75. According to the U.S. Supreme Court, under the money laundering statute, proceeds can be
  76. What is the name of the crime of knowingly and materially testifying falsely while under oath?
  77. What is the difference between contempt and summary contempt?
  78. In July of 2010 a federal judge issued a preliminary injunction blocking these provisions of the Arizona immigration law, agreeing with the U.S. Justice Department that immigration enforcement laws were within the exclusive power of the
  79. The Soviet Union paid millions of dollars to Aldrich Ames for secrets who was privy to as an employee of the
  80. For a gift to a public official to be illegal, the gift must be
  81. Intentional acts that hinder, corrupt, or impede the functioning of the judicial system is the definition of
  82. Giving or selling national military or defense secrets to a foreign nation is the definition of
  83. A drug abuser who might use drugs for kicks or just for the experience would be classified as a
  84. “Medical use of marijuana is permitted in some states. Although medical users can be prosecuted under federal laws,
  85. “What is the most widely abused and misused drug in America and in many other countries?
  86. The Uniform Controlled Substances Act divides drugs into how many schedules
  87. How many alcohol­related student deaths are there each year?
  88. The abuse of prescription drugs is mainly of what kind of drug?
  89. Challengers of the Federal Controlled Substances Act alleged Congress has no constitutional authority to prohibit the medical use of marijuana based on the
  90. The federal government and all states have enacted some form of the Uniform
  91. A defendant arrested in possession of a large amount of an illegal drug would most likely have been charged with the offense of
  92. The most common illegal drug charge is some form of
  93. Which of the following laws forbids deportation based on race, religion or ethnic origin?
  94. Many states have adopted a definition of the crime of terrorism closely modeled after the
  95. Advocating the forceful overthrow of the U.S. government is the crime of
  96. The Alabama Criminal Code, Section 13-A-10-151, defines the crime of terrorism as an act or acts intended to
  97. Which of the following crimes are not favored by terrorists to finance their terrorist activities?
  98. Damaging or injuring national defense material or national defense utilities with the intent to obstruct the national defense is the crime of
  99. Which of the following laws forbids the planning, commencement, and conduct of an aggressive war?
  100. Congress was required to clearly define the acts that constituted terrorism and condemned under the conventions because of the
  101. What act did Congress pass in 1982 related to the witness protection program?
  102. One of the benefits of the passage of the RICO ACT was that it enabled prosecutors to charge all people engaged in unlawful activity who own or invest in an enterprise that affects
  103. _____ is defined as “obtaining of property of another, with his consent, induced by wrongful use of actual or threatened force, violence, or fear, or under the color of official right.”
  104. For the purpose of money laundering statutes, profits gained from unlawful activities are known as
  105. The Supreme Court has ruled that for the federal RICO law a “criminal enterprise” means
  106. The primary purpose of RICO laws is to strike at the source of the economic power of
  107. Which of the following conduct is a misdemeanor under immigration laws?
  108. Illegal efforts to avoid paying the proper amount of tax owed to government is called
  109. About 40 percent of immigration investigations are due to
  110. Any person who “knowingly enters into a marriage for the purpose of evading any provision of the immigration laws is guilty of
  111. Illegal immigrants enter the United States by all of the following means except
  112. The botched break­in at the National Democratic Headquarters at the Watergate apartment building led to a White House cover­up. This scandal was called
  113. There is no contempt unless there is some sort of
  114. Which of the following conduct is a felony under immigration laws?
  115. ____ is based on a person’s actions in a court case or legislative proceeding and used to punish people by a fine or imprisonment for what they have done.
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