One important task for law students, and for law graduates studying for the bar exam, is mastery of legal language. Just as when we study a foreign language, we need to know what words mean and how to use them in context. When writing in a foreign language, we also need to learn to spell words correctly.
If you are a 1L, 2L or a 3L law student, and especially if you are planning on taking and passing the upcoming bar exam, you should be able to define all of the following criminal law terms. Take 20 minutes. Ready, set, go!
Crimes Against a Person
- False pretense
- Receipt of stolen property