Criminal Law Keyed to Weaverback
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A passenger walked out of an airline terminal with a suitcase that belonged to someone else. When charged with larceny, the passenger claimed he had made an honest mistake — he thought the suitcase was his own. The passenger should be found:CorrectIncorrect
A thief, on his day off, went to a high-end jewelry store, and started talking to the store clerk. The thief lied to the clerk, stating that he was the son of the mayor. He asked the clerk if he could try on a watch, and walk around the store in it, to see how it felt. He then asked if he could see what it looked like in the natural light, outside. The clerk naively agreed, stating, “I know I can trust you!” The thief walked out of the store with the watch, never to return.
What is the most serious crime of which the thief may be convicted?CorrectIncorrect
An engineer and a teacher were neighbors and on good terms. One day the teacher decided he needed to borrow some of the engineer’s tools. The engineer had previously given the teacher permission to use his tools, so the teacher did not think that the engineer would mind. The teacher walked in, unannounced, to the teacher’s apartment, and found no one home. He went downstairs looking for the tools, but along the way he saw tickets to an upcoming concert, and decided to take those instead.
What is the most serious crime that the teacher can be charged with?CorrectIncorrect