Section 3.5: Substantive Offenses
|Compare and contrast to common law elements of murder with the modern statutory definition provided by the Model Penal Code.
|Differentiate between an assault and a battery.
|Describe the evolution of the law defining the offense of rape, including the idea of rape shield laws.
|Compare and contrast the common law definition of arson with the modern statutory definition provided by the Model Penal Code.
|Compare and contrast the elements of robbery with the elements of burglary.
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- Carnal Knowledge
- Commercial Burglary
- Common Law Arson
- Dependent and Neglected Children
- Depraved Heart Murder
- Dwelling House
- Felony Murder Rule
- Grievous Bodily Harm
- Lesser-included Offense
- Marital Rape
- Rape Shield Laws
- Rebuttable Presumption
- Residential Burglary
- Sexual Battery
- Status Offenders
- Status Offenses
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Last Updated: 04/21/2021