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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.

2.   C         A criminal conspiracy is an agreement to commit a crime and is complete when two or more persons make such an agreement. Although Sam privately decided to assist Tom and John in the commission of a crime, he did not agree with them that he would do so. He is, therefore, not guilty of conspiracy, and C is correct.One who knowingly aids and abets in the commission of a crime is guilty of that crime as an accessory. For this reason, Sam might be guilty of murder. A is incorrect, however, because Sam is charged not with murder but with conspiracy. Some jurisdictions hold that to convict for conspiracy it is necessary to prove an overt act in addition to an agreement to commit a crime. Even in these jurisdictions, however, Sam would not be guilty of conspiracy because he did not agree to commit a crime. B is, therefore, incorrect. Co-conspirators are guilty of the crime of conspiracy when their agreement is made and are not rendered innocent by the withdrawal of one or more of them from the conspiracy. D is incorrect for this reason, and because Sam was never part of the conspiracy in the first place.

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