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About Lorin Nedef

About Lorin Nedef

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vineri, 7 ianuarie 2011
lorinnedef 
Sunday, July 12, 2009
License July - 2009Criminal Law General Part1) What are the essential features of the crime?objective and subjective side side a. b. guilt, liability and punishmentc. socially dangerous deed committed by the criminal law and guiltd. criminal offense under the law, unreasonable and attributable to a personr = c2) What is meant by socially dangerous act which for the purposes of criminal law?a. an act or omission which is one of the values of prejudiceshown in art. 1 Cp. b. any act or omission which affect one of the values shown in art. 1 Cp. punishmentwhich is necessary for imposition of a sentencec. any action which affect one of the values mentioned in Article 1 Cp. And that punishment is necessary to apply a penaltyd. any action which affect one of the values listed inConstitutionR = b3) Who actually assesses the seriousness of a crime?a. the court when the criminal case resolved b. legislature when he complained in a criminal lawc. administration of the prison where the convict is releasedconditioningd. Participants in Criminal Proceedingsr = a4) What are the facts which constitute crimes under applicable penalties and criminals?a. criminal laws and government decisions b. special laws, government decisions and decrees of the President of Romania
 
c. only in criminal lawd. the decision of the Presidencyr = c5) What are the factors that make up the guilt?a. the intellectual factor in the form of provision or the possibility of providingthe subject of socially dangerous consequences b. volitional factor which is the subject of his action will produce a reality and sociallydangerous consequencesthe intellectual and volitional factor factor c.d. volitional factors and undue influencer = c6) When there is guilt for an act or omission which presents a danger a. the act or omission that is committed socially dangerous only intentional b. when the action or inaction that is socially dangerous or negligent misrepresentationc. when the action or inaction that is socially dangerous act committed with directintention and praeterintenţied. the action or inaction that is socially dangerous act committed with intent onlyqualified by purposer = b7) When there is direct intention as a form of guilt?a. If the offender provides the result of his act, no one accepts, believing without reason,that it will not happen b. If the offender provides the result of his act, and though no one pursues its productionacceptedc. If the offender provides the result of his act, and aims at producing the desired, bycommitting acts thatd. If the offender provides the result of his act, not an accepted and no one aimsr = c8) When there is indirect intent as a form of guilt?a. If the offender provides the result of his act, and though no one pursues its productionaccepted b. If the offender provides the result of his act, no one accepts, believing without reasonthat it will not happenc. If the result does not provide for his act, although it should and could provided. If the offender provides the result of his act, and although it is aimed, deems, withoutreason, that it will not happenr = a9) When there is fault with the provision as a form of guilt?a. If the offender provides the result of his act and although not a production support hisaims b. If the offender does not provide the result of his act and even be able to provide itc. If the offender provides the result of his act and accepts its productiond. If the offender provides the result of his act, it's designed to produce and believewithout reason, that this result will not occur r = d10) When there is a simple fault or mistake as a form of guilt?
 
a. If the offender does not provide the result of his act and it could not provide b. If the offender provides the result of his act and although it supports the production'saimsc. If the offender does not provide the result of his act, although it should and could provided. If the offender provides the result of his act, and although not follow him, withoutcause that he deems will not happenr = c11) In which situations are praeterintentia as a form of guilt?a. the offender does not provide even be the result of his act and it could provide b. the offender provides the result of his act and although it is aimed, its productionacceptedc. the offender wants and supports the production of dangerous consequences, but inreality the fault is more serious consequences occur (which is that they require, butwithout reason thought that will not occur or did not set , although it could and shouldhave foreseen)d. do not predict the outcome of his act, although it should and could provider = c12) When an offense is an aggravated content or qualified?a. it contains only the conditions for its existence in the typical form b. it is committed by a recidivist offender c. when the necessary conditions for the existence besides its typical configuration, andother circumstances of aggravation included. active when the subject is qualifiedr = c13) What is the legal subject of a crime?a. property stolen or destroyed by the perpetration b. the aim of committing criminal actc. social relations harmed or endangered by the perpetrationd. The person against whom the action or inaction is directedr = c14) What are the conditions for an individual to be an active subject of a crime?a. have a minimum age required by law, be responsible and be able to decide freely andunconstrained on offense b. to have freedom of will and action and should be considered criminally responsiblec. to have the minimum age required by law and should be considered criminallyresponsibled. individual text to be circumstantialr = a15) Who is generally passive subject of a crime?a. State b. natural or legal person who has been produced by the offense River c. only legal person who has suffered harm produced by the offensed. only individual who has suffered harm produced by the offenser = a

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