The violation of a statute that proximately causes an injury is termed as ________.
A(n) ________ is an agreement in which the accused admits to a lesser crime than charged, and in return, the government agrees to impose a lesser sentence than might have been obtained had the case gone to trial.
________ crimes require that the perpetrator either knew or should have known that his or her actions would lead to harmful results.
Which of the following accurately describes the fair use doctrine with reference to copyrighted material?
Which of the following actions would make Sarah liable for battery?
Which of the following is a key function of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit with regards to patents?
A collection of criminal statutes is referred to as a(n) ________.
A(n) ________ is a document for a person’s detainment, based on a showing of probable cause that the person committed a crime.
What federal statute was enacted by the Congress to protect trade secrets?
B. Economic Espionage Act
According to the Economic Espionage Act, ________.
B. it is a federal crime to steal another’s trade secret
________ is defined as the substantial likelihood that a person either committed or is about to commit a crime.
Which of the following is suitable for copyrighting?
Which one of the following would constitute a copyright infringement?
A person found speeding is considered to have committed a(n) ________.
How is a copyright different from a patent?
Which of the following is an intentional tort?
Which of the following torts constitutes battery?
A(n) ________ is considered a less serious crime; not inherently evil but prohibited by society; and is punishable by fines or imprisonment for one year or less.