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ANSWERS TO MULTIPLE-CHOICE QUESTIONS

 

1.D The crime of receiving stolen property consists of acquiring stolen property with the knowledge that it was stolen and the intent to permanently deprive the owner thereof. Since Darr did not know that the television was stolen when he acquired possession of it, he cannot be guilty of receiving stolen property. A and C are, therefore, incorrect.

The crime of larceny consists of the trespassory taking and carrying off of personal property known to be another's with the intent to permanently deprive the owner thereof. Since Darr did not know that the television was the property of another when he took it (i.e., received it from Mead), he cannot be guilty of larceny. B and C are, therefore, incorrect.

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