1. Explain the two elements that must normally exist for a person to be
convicted of crime under criminal law.
2. Explain the key differences between Civil and Criminal Law, around the
following issues: parties who bring suit, wrongful act, burden of proof,
verdict and remedies.
3. Explain briefly the five broad categories of crimes under which crimes
have been grouped.
4. Outline and explain in more detail each of the White-Collar Crimes and
5. Briefly explain the defenses raised to avoid liability for criminal acts?
6. Briefly discuss the constitutional safeguards that exist to protect persons
accused of crimes per amendments Fourth, Fifth, Six and Eighth.
7. Briefly discuss the Exclusionary Rule and the Miranda Rights.
8. Explain the difference between, felony, misdemeanor and petty crime.
1. Explain the purpose of Tort law.
2. What Damages exist in Tort actions?
3. Discuss each of the Intentional Torts against Persons and Intentional
Torts against Property.
4. Explain each of the four elements that a plaintiff must prove in a
5. Discuss Causation, to include Causation in Fact, Proximate Cause and
6. What “precedent” was established and by what court on the Palsagraf v.
Long Railroad Co. Case of (1928)?
7. Briefly Outline the Defenses to Negligence.