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NO WIKIPEDIA, NO COPY, AND PASTE. ALL PART OF THE QUESTIONS NEED TO BE ANSWER WITH A FULL PARAGRAPH. THE TEST IS BASE OF ILLINOIS LAWS. THE QUESTION THAT REQUIRES ILLINOIS LAWS MUST BE ANSWER IN THAT MANNER. LIPPMAN 2016 AND THE POCKET GUIDE TO ILLINOIS CRIMINAL LAWS AND ILINOIS POCKET GUIDE ILLINOIS TRAFFIC LAWS ARE TO BE USE. ONCE AGAIN MAKE SURE TO ANSWER ALL PART OF EACH QUESTIONS.

QUESTIONS
The following exam is an open book exam. You are directed to answer each of the questions presented fully, taking care to answer each part of the question. Your responses should be typed, proofread and edited. I am grading on the clarity, depth and extent of your response. When you have completed the exam, submit it into the exam 3 area in Blackboard. This is an unlimited time, unlimited entry exam. If you use information directly from a source, including the book, make sure to provide a citation. For example, from Lippman, this would be (Lippman, 2016). If you quote, you must add the page number to the parenthetical citation. I am looking for at least one complete paragraph for each question and well written work.

1. Who is Bernard Madoff? What were his crimes? Why was it so important that he find investors who would not withdraw their money? Who was Harry Markopolos and why was the investing world and the SEC so disinterested in his findings? If you are using outside sources here, please be sure to cite.

2. Define the crime of Prostitution in Illinois (with citation). Please don’t just cut and paste the statute. Why is prostitution considered a crime? Should these acts be considered criminal? Why or why not?

3. What is the difference between mail fraud and wire fraud? Provide an example of each.

4. What is the Broken Windows Theory? What are the criticisms of the Broken Windows Theory? Do you agree with the theory? Why or why not?

5. Justice Stewart said that he could not define obscenity but that he “know[s] it when [he] see[s] it.”. Why is it important for courts to have a working definition instead of following Justice Stewart’s lead? Define and interpret the Miller Test?

6. Interpret the DUI statute in Illinois. Specifically, discuss the different theories under which someone might be proven guilty under the Illinois statute. Do NOT simply cut and paste the statute, interpret it and provide citation. Provide one scenario supporting one of those theories. Be sure to identify which theory your scenario supports.

7. Discuss and define the common law crime of breach of the peace. Does Illinois have a statute which correlates, or translates, to common law breach of the peace? If so, define it, interpret it and provide a scenario under which it could be proven.

8. What laws has the United States passed to combat terrorism? Some say that these laws hinder and invade the privacy of civilian citizens who are otherwise innocent. Do you believe this is the case? Why or why not? Do you believe these laws are necessary for national security? Why or why not?

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