Discuss the essential language of statute-jury instruction


Assignment:

Question 1

Cite the statute and jury instruction for each crime in the list below Excerpt the essential language of the statute(s) or jury instruction(s) defining each crime in the list below Arson Burglary Theft Robbery Essential language is that which details actus reus, mens rea, attendant circumstances, harm or assists in understanding meaning. It is not necessary to include punishment (sentencing) language.

Question 2

Cite the Florida statute and/or jury instruction for each defense in the list below Excerpt the essential language of the jury instruction(s) defining each defense in the list below Diminished Capacity Entrapment Incompetence to Stand Trial Insanity Intoxication Essential language is that which details impact on actus reuse mens rea, attendant circumstances, aggravating/mitigating factors, harm or assists in understanding meaning.

Elements portfolio

Locate the Florida criminal statutes and Florida standard jury instructions defining each crime and defense Cite the Florida Statute and Florida Jury instruction

Excerpt the essential language of either statute(s) or jury instruction(s) defining each in the space provided. (NOTE: Choose based on understandability, that is which is easier for you to understand.) Essential language is that which aligns to details parts of the crime formula (actus reus, mens rea, concurrence, causation, and harm) It is not necessary to include punishment (sentencing) language.

(I encourage you to create creating a single document with all and make a habit of bringing the document to class)

Required Crimes

Inchoate Offenses (Accessory, Attempt, Conspiracy, Principle, Solicitation)

Crimes Against Property (Arson, Burglary, Theft, Robbery)

Crimes Against Person (Assault, Battery, Kidnap/False Imprisonment, Sex Offenses, Homicide (Murder, Manslaughter, Vehicular Homicide)

Required Defenses

Alibi, Diminished Capacity, Duress or Necessity, Entrapment, Incompetence to Stand Trial, Independent Act, Insanity, Intoxication, Self Defense/Defense of Others.

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