JURI 600 Quiz 2

JURI 600 Quiz 2 Liberty University

  1. Driver Vickie Volunteer gives her friend, Ally Alabama a ride to the Tennessee v. Alabama football game. VV wants to get there on time, so she exceeds the speed limit the entire way. Just as she and AA are getting out of the car at the stadium, a bolt of lightning strikes AA. VV caused AA’s injuries.
  2. According to Hebrew law, if a man digs a pit and an animal falls into the pit and dies, the digger must pay for the dead animal.
  3. Ignorance of the law is never an excuse.
  4. Boy flings lit cigarette into brush. A light breeze fans the flames toward the forest, and a large forest fire results. The boy caused the forest fire.
  5. Citizens are not held responsible for violating ex post facto laws.
  6. The strict liability standard requires proof that the allegedly offending party acted negligently.
  7. The Bible recognizes the Necessity Defense for theft.
  8. Which of the following is not true about the development of the fault standard?
  9. According to Hebrew law, which of the following is true if a person allows one of his animals to eat the grain from another person’s field?
  10. Which of the following versions of the Insanity Defense is most difficult for the Defendant to establish?
  11. Which Insanity Test does the following statement reflect: “The rule . . . is simply that an accused is not criminally responsible if his unlawful act was the product of mental disease or defect.”
  12. In Buck v. Bell, which of the following were goals of Virginia’s forced sterilization law?
  13. Which of the following did not challenge the idea that man is a moral agent who should be held responsible for his actions?
  14. Which of the following versions of the Insanity Defense comports most closely with the Biblical view on the nature of man?
  15. If a doctor performs a vasectomy on a male patient, and the patient later impregnates his wife, what civil action might the patient file against the doctor?
  16. Which of the following is not consistent with a secular worldview on fault?
  17. Which of the following, according to Hebrew law, is true about the damage caused by a fire?
  18. In Buck v. Bell, which constitutional rights did Carrie Buck contend were violated by Virginia’s forced sterilization law?
  19. How did the Court in Commonwealth v. Mochan respond to the Defendant’s argument on appeal that he could not be convicted of harassing a woman by telephone when such an offense was not declared a crime in any state statute?
  20. According to Hebrew law, which of the following is necessary to impose the death sentence upon an owner of an ox?
  21. Which of the following is not consistent with God’s decision to punish Adam and Eve for eating the forbidden fruit in the garden of Eden?
  22. What is the foundational presupposition of America’s tort system and criminal justice system?
  23. What is the basis of the presumption that all citizens know the law?
  24. How did the British court respond to the Defendants’ appeals of their murder convictions in the case of Regina v. Dudley?
  25. From a Biblical perspective, which of the following best describes the defect in the concept of Strict Liability?
  26. Which of the following is a true regulation in Hebrew property law?
  27. Which of the following, according to Hebrew law, is true about the damage caused by a fire?
  28. Which of the following is a true regulation in Hebrew property law?
  29. In Buck v. Bell, what was the Supreme Court’s holding and rationale regarding Virginia’s forced sterilization law?
  30. Is the Necessity Defense available in most jurisdictions in the United States?
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