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Criminal Offences Elements of Crime Pre-Trial and Trial Courts and Field Trip Criminal Defences Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy
These are offences known to be less serious in nature.
What are summary offences
The three classifications for criminal offences in Canada
What are: summary offences, hybrid offences and indictable offences
The most serious criminal offences.
The criminal offence that has been committed when a person causes the death of someone else by being reckless or careless
What is manslaughter.
A classification of crime that a police officer must witness occur in order to arrest without a warrant.
What is a summary offence.
The two elements of crime.
What is mens rea and actus reus
A guilty mind.
What is mens rea
A wrongful deed
What is actus reus
This is the element of crime that deals with intent and knowledge.
What is mens rea
Intent can be either or
What is general or specific
The first step of the pre-trial process.
What is an arrest.
The step of the pre-trial process which can occur at any time after arrest
What is plea barginning
Figure1: $300 Question 1 st Bailiff escorts judge to bench and calls order (everyone stands). 2 nd Counsel stand to identify themselves (Crown followed by Defence). 3 rd Court Clerk reads the indictment and accused pleads to charges. 4 th Counsel may make any legal motions. 5 th 6 th First Crown witness is called and sworn in by court clerk. The 5 th step in the trial/court process.
What is the Crown’s opening statement.
The four types of objections in regards to questioning in court.
What are: Opinion, Hearsay, Leading and Irrelevant
The standard in which the Crown must prove the guilt of an accused in a Criminal Trial.
What is beyond a reasonable doubt.
A court of general jurisdiction.
The Superior Court.
The courtroom personnel who reads out the charges, tags the evidence and swears in the witness’.
Who is the Court Clerk.
How many people sit on a criminal trial jury.
What is 12.
The person who sits at # 3 on the corresponding picture. #3
Who is the Defence Attorney
Mr. Adam White, the criminal defence attorney from Keswick, stated that the was what separated the public from the court. He was called to the two years ago.
What is the bar
A criminal defence is used by who in a criminal trial
Who is a Defence Attorney/ an accused
Entrapment, Automatism and Consent are forms of what?
What are criminal defences
The two partial defences which fall under the heading excusable conduct as a criminal defence
What are honest mistake and duress
A criminal defence that cannot be used for murder, firearm offences and sexual offences committed against someone under 14
What is consent
When a person commits a criminal act without the knowledge of having committed it
What is mistake of fact
“Explain the main differences between Sec. 494 Citizens Powers of Arrest and 495 Officers Powers of Arrest in the Criminal Code”