The Effectiveness of the Law Lies in Its Execution
 
  1. Differentiate the word COMMITTED from OMITTED in relation to the definition of crime.
  2. Cite an example of crime: 1. by COMMISSION, and 2. by OMISSION
  3. Differentiate CULPA from DOLO.
  4. Cite an example of crime: 1. by CULPA, and 2. by DOLO
  5. Define the word SPONTANEOUS in relation to the definition of ATTEMPTED CRIME.
  6. What do you mean by the phrase "independent of the will of the perpetrator" in the definition of frustrated crime.
  7. Differentiate the following: 1. simple crimes, 2. complex crimes, 3. special complex crimes, and 4. continued crimes
  8. 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.
  9. 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.
  10. Give an example of crime falling under 1. Instant Crime, and 2. Episodical Crime.
  11. Give an example of crime falling under 1. Static Crime, and 2. Continuing Crime.
  12. Differentiate RATIONAL from IRRATIONAL CRIMES.
  13. Click and read this link: White Collar and Blue Collar Crimes and give example of each type.
  14. Differentiate legal point of view and scientific point in the determination of the time of existence of crime.
  15. In your own words, why must society be interested in crime?
  16. 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.
 


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robertjames19
08/28/2009 20:10

1. Committed - It means by commission of the crime/crimes

Ommitted - Is also a crime by omission.

2.Omission- The failure to perform a positive duty which one is bound to do.
Commission - By doing so a crime committed for a certain act.

3. Culpa - It means fault or a mistake and; Dolo - It means Deceit or deceptions.
4. The sample of culpa when thier is deliberate intent, by example of murder in which you have intent to kill. while Dolo this crime result to imprudence by wrongful act, example while driving a vehicle you are lack of foresight and bump somthing that already a fault on your part.
5. Spontaneous has a relation to attempeted crime by its definition itselt of an attempted crime. Attempted crime, there is an attempt when the offender commences the commission of the crime directly by overt acts and does not perform all the acts of execution which should produce the crime by reason of some cause or accident other than his own spontaneous desistance.
6. "independent of the will of the perpetrator" This means that the perpetrator has the will to continue or not to continue the crime in which this differentiate the attempted and the frustrated crime.
7. (1)simple crimes, 2. complex crimes, 3. special complex crimes, and 4. continued crimes

8.1. Grave Felonies,- murder, Plunder 2. Less Grave Felonies,- serious physical injuries, and Light Felonies - Slight physical injuries and theft.
9. 1. crimes against person,- parricide,murder,homicide
2. crimes against property, Unsurpation,robbery,theft
3. crimes against chastity, - false marriage and
4. crimes against public order - public scandal.
10. (1.) Instant Crime, murder and
(2.) Episodical Crime - theft.
11. 1. Static Crime, and 2. Continuing Crime.
12. RATIONAL from IRRATIONAL CRIMES.
13. White Collar and Blue Collar Crimes and give example of each type.
14. legal point of view and scientific point in the determination of the time of existence of crime.
15. In your own words, why must society be interested in crime? answer; it should be because crime is a serious aspect of our selves it happend whenever you are, it does not distinguise who you are.

16. Yes I agree that thier is an advantages, because i do believe all aspects in life has its positive and negative side. In criminology aspect crime is important in the sense that people have to be cautious in any manner because of this so called natural phenomena of the crime and it created to our society a move, to create a certain law to rule in order us to follow what is rigth and what is wrong.


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suzanne662
08/30/2009 03:39

1. the difference between committed and ommited in relation to the definition of crime is that the former is the act of performing a thing which is punishable by law while the latter is mean inaction or failure to perform a positive duty which one is bound to do.

2. (a)by commission - theft (b) by ommission - abandonment of persons in danger.

3. the only difference between culpa and dolo is that in the first, the offender acts without malice whereas, in the second the offender acts with malice.

4. crime by : (a) culpa - reckless imprudence resulting in homicide (b) by dolo - murder

5. the word spontaneous in relation to the definition of attempted crime means the actor's FREE WILL of dicontinuing the execution of the crime.

6. inddependent of the will of the perpetrator means the the crime me not be consummated because of the timely intervention of a third person.

7.

8. grave felonies: murder , inciting to war or giving motives for reprisals; less grave felonies: violation of domicile, expulsion; light felonies: theft, unjust vexation.

9. crimes against person: parricide, murder, homicide, discharge of firearms, and infanticide; crimes against property:. robbery, brigandage, usurpation, arson, and malicious mischief; crimes against chastity: adultery, concubinage, rape, abduction. crimes against public order: rebellion, coup d'etat, sedition illegal assemblies and associations, public disorders.

10. murder and reckless imprudence resulting in homicide respectively.

11. arson and rebellion respectively.

12 while rational crimes are crimes which

13. white collar crimes: usurpation, sedition, plunder, ; blue collar crimes: vandalism, shoplifting, theft

14. legally, a crime exists from the time it was committed while scientifically it exists upon discovery of its evidence.

15. for me it is a must for the society to be interested all about crimes because society plays a very important role in the prevention / control of crimes. aside from the fact that without the vigilance of the people in a society, a crime would be imposible to resolve, anyone can be a victim of crimes too.

16. i beg to disagree.. crimes or criminality will cause the people living therein worried, scared, restless, etc. it widely affects their liveliood and economy. scarcity will arise.i dont see any reason making a crime an advantage to the society..if there are no more criminals, i firmly believe the society or the country as a whole will of course become a more united and more developed one.


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