Quiz 9: Trials and Sentencing
Defenses That Admit to the Criminal Conduct,but Claim It Was
Defenses that admit to the criminal conduct,but claim it was justified by overwhelming circumstances,such as self-defense are called __________ defenses.
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__________ defenses argue the act should be excused because the defendant cannot be held responsible for it.Insanity and duress are examples of these defenses.
When a judge sentences for purposes of ___________,punishment is applied simply in proportion to the seriousness of the offense.
Sentences based on the concept of __________ are intended to prevent further criminal behavior by physically restraining the offender from engaging in future misconduct.
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