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AJS 109 Quiz Notes for Test #1

A defendant who is sentenced to death for an offense committed before November

23, 1992, has how much time to choose to die by lethal injection or gas?
Who has to supervise the event when a person is being put to death?
A school safety zone includes what?
Who has to restore a persons civil rights after they have been convicted of two or
more felonies and whose period of probation has been completed?
Who reviews all death penalty decisions to ensure a person has rightly been
sentenced to death?
The County Attorney shall bring a criminal prosecution against a juvenile in the
same manner as an adult if the juvenile is ___________, ____________, or ________years
of age at the time the alleged offense is committed and the juvenile is accused of
any of the following offenses; first degree murder, second degree murder, forcible
sexual assault, armed robbery, any other violent felony offense committed by a
chronic felony offender
A correctional officer as defined by section 41-1661 may use all reasonable and
necessary means including deadly force to prevent the attempt of a prisoner
sentenced to the custody of the state department of corrections if a prisoner does
If a person who is at least 18 years of age and who is convicted of a dangerous
crime against a child in the first degree involving sexual assault of a minor who is
___________or ___________must serve how many years in prison before they can
become eligible to be released?
The threat of physical force against another is not justified if what?
The use of physical force upon another person which would otherwise constitute an
offense is justifiable and not criminal under any of the following circumstances?
Ignorance or a mistaken belief as to a matter of fact does not relieve a person of
criminal liability unless what occurs?
The court shall fix the term of imprisonment within the following time frames for;
Class 1 misdemeanor? Class 2 Misdemeanor? Or Class 3 Misdemeanor?
The court shall fix the term of imprisonment within the following time frames for;
Class 2 6 felony? Misdemeanor? Or petty offense?
Does temporary intoxication release a person from being criminally charged or allow
them to plead innocent?
If a person is a member of the state retirement system or plan is convicted of or
pleads no contest to an offense that is a class 1,2,3,4 or 5 felony and that was
committed in the course of the members employment as a public official or for a

public employer, the court shall order a persons membership and the retirement
money earned forfeited?
If a person is involved in human smuggling, trafficking humans or who is a part of a
street gang and they are convicted what happens to them when they are sentenced
as far as being released from prison.

Study the definitions of the below four terms and know the difference between each