The elements of a crime

1. If a defendant moves to suppress the evidence against him in a criminal case (exclusionary rule), he is saying __________.

2. The elements of a crime involve all of the following except:

a. A harm created or a bad result

b. Act or omission

c. Mens rea and actus reus

d. The law must provide punishment

3. When courts look to determine if there has been a violation of the Fair Use of copyrighted materials, they look at:

a. the economic effect on the one using materials

b. the type of copyrighted material, noting, that if its in written form, then it is always Fair Use

c. the proportion of the total work that is used

d. If there was good or bad faith by the user

 

4. When the government and industry share responsibility in setting goals, developing rules and enforcing standards, this is called