Homework assignment? I think so. If your school thinks so, too, you can be in a bad situation.
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I'm not sure of the question. A jury can only return a verdict on the charge(s) contained in the written jury instructions tendered to them prior to deliberation. They cannot return a verdict of guilty on a charge that was not included in the instructions.
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You should be researching the homework yourself; not expecting us to do it for you.
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Not enough facts to answer
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False. Not all offenses that share elements are necessary included. Need to look at use notes of jury instructions. Sometimes depends upon what the parties request as well.Ask a similar question