Quiz 4

Question 8 (1 point) Saved The elements of a criminal offence p '\D a) are those things the prosecution has to prove to get a conviction '(3 b) include the actus reus and the mens rea of the offence p '\D ¢) must all be proven beyond a reasonable doubt @' d) all of the above Question 9 (1 point) Saved Criminal offences that can be prosecuted either as indictable offences or on summary conviction are called / - - - '\D a) quasi-criminal offences / - - . - '\D b) absolute jurisdiction offences / - - '\D ¢) federal-provincial offences (®) d) hybrid offences
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