Differentiate the word COMMITTED from OMITTED in relation to the definition of crime.
Cite an example of crime: 1. by COMMISSION, and 2. by OMISSION
Differentiate CULPA from DOLO.
Cite an example of crime: 1. by CULPA, and 2. by DOLO
Define the word SPONTANEOUS in relation to the definition of ATTEMPTED CRIME.
What do you mean by the phrase "independent of the will of the perpetrator" in the definition of frustrated crime.
Differentiate the following: 1. simple crimes, 2. complex crimes, 3. special complex crimes, and 4. continued crimes
Click this link: Revised Penal Code and list down at least two crimes where the penalty of which falls on each of the following felonies: 1. Grave Felonies, 2. Less Grave Felonies, and Light Felonies.
Click again on the link above and list down at least five crimes falling under the following: 1. crimes against person, 2. crimes against property, 3. crimes against chastity, and 4. crimes against public order.
Give an example of crime falling under 1. Instant Crime, and 2. Episodical Crime.
Give an example of crime falling under 1. Static Crime, and 2. Continuing Crime.
Differentiate legal point of view and scientific point in the determination of the time of existence of crime.
In your own words, why must society be interested in crime?
Crime is considered by the public as a menace to the society. However, from the criminological perspective its existence is also considered an advantage. Cite the advantages mentioned and give your comment - specifically on whether you agree or not on the issue that crime is also an advantage.