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This set of Crime and Punishment Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on Crime And Punishment Set 4

Q1 | Enforcing the prevailing morality is a primary function of law according to
Q2 | Which theory distinguish between criminality and illegality-
Q3 | Who produced the earliest surviving written codes-
Q4 | Which thinker has seen a connection between crime and creativity-
Q5 | Which of the following is an International crime-
Q6 | The crime related to finance is called-
Q7 | . Being found guilty means punishment is-
Q8 | The deprivation inflicted on person by an authority is called –
Q9 | According to which theory the severity in punishment must be proportional to thegravity of offence-
Q10 | Capital punishment is meant-
Q11 | The study of criminal law is a study of –
Q12 | Torts are grounded in the concept – a law,b.court, c rights,d. none of the above184. Negligence involves –
Q13 | This tort occurs most often in society-
Q14 | Abetting the commission of suicide is dealt under which section of indian penal code
Q15 | A hangman who hangs the prisoners pursuant to the order of the court is exempt fromcriminal liability by virtue of:
Q16 | Insanity as a defence means that a person at the time of doing an act, by reason ofunsoundness of mind is incapable of knowing:
Q17 | The defence of ‘consent’ applies to:
Q18 | The defence of ‘consent’ is restrictivein its applicability in cases involving:
Q19 | The law on private defence in India:
Q20 | The right to private defence is available with respect to:
Q21 | The right guaranteed under Article 32 can be suspended:
Q22 | Petitions to the Supreme Court under Article 32 are subject to the rule of Res judicataexcept:
Q23 | Piracy is a
Q24 | Who among the following is a reformist theorist-
Q25 | The highest punishment given in India is