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«INCHOATE CRIMES MATERIALS 1) Enough handouts for each student (provided in the PICC). 2) Re-useable white board, markers, eraser – if you want one ...»

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Students will be able to categorize crimes of attempt, solicitation, threat, possession, and accessory.

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Directions: Consider the following “Crime Line.” Read the story below, pausing between each step to consider what, if any, crimes have been committed by Andrew or David? If you were a police officer, what would you charges would you bring?

1) Andrew and David are hanging out at David’s house, bored, when Andrew asks David go buy some weed for the two of them, but David says he doesn’t feel like it.

2) Andrew then suggests they play video games, but David’s bored of all the ones he has.

He decides they should go to Best Buy and steal some new games, and tells Andrew.

Andrew says he doesn’t want to, because it’s stupid and he doesn’t want to get into trouble for doing something stupid.

3) David calls Andrew a coward and a loser, and tells Andrew that if he doesn’t at least give him a ride over to the store (since Andrew has a car and David doesn’t) he’s going to beat he crap out of him for being such a wuss. Andrew, a little unnerved, agrees.

4) David gets together a bunch of stuff—a big jacket with lots of pockets, a hat, some sunglasses, and a magnet (for demagnetizing the merchandise). He puts on the clothes and sticks the magnet in his pocket. They get in the car and go.

5) When they get there, Andrew tells David he’ll wait in the car. David goes into the store.

6) Fifteen minutes go by, then David comes back...with nothing. “I couldn’t do it!” he says. “Store security was all over me from the minute I got in there.” Andrew tells him that this was a stupid idea and a waste of time, and they drive off.

7) On the way home, David suggests they get that weed Andrew was talking about before. David says he knows a guy who they can buy some from, and directs Andrew to a house in the neighborhood. David tells Andrew to wait in the car, and again gets out and goes in.

8) He comes back about five minutes later and gets in the car, smiling, having bought a back of weed. They head back to David’s house.

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DIRECTIONS: Decide what crimes Andrew and David might be charged with. Under each step in the story, write down what you would charge Andrew with, and what you would charge David with (if you would charge them with anything at all). The group with the most charges at the end of class wins. Your charges must be based on facts in the story. Remember that you will get a point for each charge, not each crime.

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1) Andrew and David are hanging out at David’s house, bored, when Andrew asks David go buy some weed for the two of them, but David says he doesn’t feel like it.

2) Andrew then suggests they play video games, but David’s bored of all the ones he has. He decides they should go to Best Buy and steal some new games, and tells Andrew. Andrew says he doesn’t want to, because it’s stupid and he doesn’t want to get into trouble for doing something stupid.

3) David calls Andrew a coward and a loser, and tells Andrew that if he doesn’t at least give him a ride over to the store (since Andrew has a car and David doesn’t) he’s going to beat the crap out of him for being such a wuss. Andrew, a little unnerved, agrees.

4) David gets together a bunch of stuff—a big jacket with lots of pockets, a hat, some sunglasses, and a magnet (for demagnetizing the merchandise). He puts on the clothes and sticks the magnet in his pocket. They get in the car and go.

5) When they get there, Andrew tells David he’ll wait in the car. David goes into the store.

6) Fifteen minutes go by, then David comes back...with nothing. “I couldn’t do it!” he says.

“Store security was all over me from the minute I got in there.” Andrew tells him that this was a stupid idea and a waste of time, and they drive off.

7) On the way home, David suggests they get that weed Andrew was talking about before.

David says he knows a guy who they can buy some from, and directs Andrew to a house in the neighborhood. David tells Andrew to wait in the car, and again gets out and goes in.

8) He comes back about five minutes later and gets in the car, smiling, having bought a back of weed. They head back to David’s house.

9) On the way back, they get pulled over for rolling through a stop sign. The police ask to search the car and Andrew consents. In the glovebox, the police find an unregistered handgun. They

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