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Question 1. What is included in the concept of the mechanism of a crime

1) The subject of the crime, his attitude to his actions and their consequences partners.

2) The subject of a criminal assault.

3) Method to commit and conceal the crime.

4) criminal result; place, time and circumstances.

5) All of the above.

Question 2. What patterns exist in the mechanism of a crime

1) Laws of the emergence and development of economic relations and relations within the mechanism of the crime (the connection between the act and the result, the frequency of action in similar situations, patterns of behavior of the perpetrator, and so on. N.).

2) Laws of the crime, the formation and implementation of the method to commit and conceal the crime, the relationship with the person of the criminal way, the dependence way on the specific circumstances of the crime, etc.

3) patterns of occurrence and course of phenomena associated with crime (both before and after its commission), relevant to the investigation; stealth preparation to commit a crime, the choice of means, reconnaissance of the situation, the study of the subject of a criminal assault, and others.

4) All of the above.

5) The correct answer is no.

Question 3: What should be done with the traces of the crime, to translate them into the category of evidence?

1) must be properly collected.

2) must be properly investigated.

3) should be properly assessed.

4) Must be properly used.

5) All of the above.

Question 4: What is the definition of criminalistics most fully and correctly?

1) The science of the laws of the mechanism of a crime, the emergence of information about the crime and its participants, as well as the laws of the gathering, evaluation and use of evidence-based knowledge, and these laws means and methods of detection, investigation and prevention of crime.

2) The science of the laws of the mechanism of a crime, as well as laws governing the collection, research, evaluation and use
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