Comparative Criminal Justice Systems 4th International Edition By Harry R. Dammer – Test Bank
Chapter 1 – Introduction
- How do the actions that become “international crimes” reach that status?
- Based on legal agreements between countries
- Based on legal precedents that develop over time
- They are actions against the peace and security of mankind
*d. All of these
- How is a transnational crime different from an international crime?
*a. Transnational crimes always involve more than one country
- International crimes never involve more than one country
- Transnational crimes are always tried in the International Criminal Court
- International crimes always occur at border crossings
- Which of the following is the least likely to be a transnational crime?
- Money laundering
- Drug trafficking
- Computer crime
- A typology of transnational crime groups theses offenses into three categories:
- Provisions of illicit goods, services, and homicide
*b. Provisions of illicit services, provisions of illicit goods, and infiltration of business or government
- Provision of illicit goods, extortion, and theft
- Racketeering, genocide, and homicide
- The sale, distribution, or large-scale possession of property obtained in violation of the law is:
- Cybercrime or fraud
*c. Trafficking in stolen property
- Commercialized vice
- Obtaining the property of another or unfair competitive advantage because of threats of future physical injury, property damage, or exposure to criminal charges, as part of an ongoing criminal enterprise is:
- Money laundering
*d. Extortion and racketeering
- Comparative criminology and comparative criminal justice generally study
- Large and small criminals
*b. Contrasts in the causes and response to crime in different nations and cultures
- The deviant behaviors of man versus the lower animals
- Crime and justice in individual countries around the world
- Why should we compare systems and issues of criminal justice?
- To find the “right” approach and use it everywhere
*b. To benefit from the experience of others
- To illustrate U.S superiority over other nations in crime control
- It’s a bad idea; is it too late to drop this class?
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