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Law of Crimes - April/May 2008 3YDC

Question Type Question  
Short Define Crime.
Short Define Public Servant.
Short Explain "insanity" as an exception to criminal liability.
Short What is criminal conspiracy?
Short Distinguish between wrongful restraint and wrongful confinement
Short Explain the ingredients of Criminal Trespass.
Short What is meant by "Adultery"?
Short Write a note on theft.
Long Explain the various states of crime. Distinguish between preparation and attempt.
Long What is an unlawful assembly? Explain the ingredients of unlawful assembly.
Long Explain the essential ingredients of the offence of Rape.
Long Distinguish between criminal misappropriation and criminal breach of trust.
Problem A is at work with the hatchet; the head flies off and kills a man who is standing by. Is A liable to be punished?
Problem A landlord, knowing of the commission of a murder within the limits of his estate, willfully misinforms the District Magistrate that the death has occurred by accident in consequence of the bite of a snake. Is landlord guilty of committing an offence?
Problem "X" puts jewels into a box belonging to "Z", with the intention that they may be found in that box, and that this circumstances may cause "Z" to be convicted of theft. Has "X" committed an offence?
Problem A woman ran towards a well with an intention to commit suicide. She was stopped by the neighbours before she could reach the well. Is she guilty of committing an attempt to commit suicide?
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