Need some multiple choice crim law exams. Did some googling and found some stuff, but was wondering if anyone knew of some good online sources of old tests, as I have gotten tired of parsing through page after page on google. Thanks in advance.
Ok, I get what you're saying. I hadn't read a case along those lines, so I didn't know that. So, basically, the transferred intent is tortious regardless of if the original intent was not tortious? And that case wasn't decided on the basis of negligence?
edit: I suppose he wouldn't be liable for battery if it was negligence.
So, I've generally heard that if you get in to a school off of their waitlist you shouldn't expect really anything in the way of scholarships. I recently got into my #1 choice off the waitlist and as such was planning on paying full price (even though I'm in state). Lo and behold, 3 weeks later I get an email informing me that I'm being given a full tuition scholarship. Really, really weird.