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Q1 Under s. 98 of the Criminal Code receiving the money innocently and forming the corrupt intention later will not amount to official corruption.
false
true
PARTLY TRUE
PARTLY FALSE

Q2 Which section of the Penal Code defines extortion.
s. 2
s91
s291
s192

Q3 The concealment or retention of or acquiring interest in the proceeds of crime is an offence under
sections 17 and 18 of thevPenal Codet
sections 17 and 18 of the EFCC Act
sections 17 and 18 of theMoney Laundering Act
sections 17 and 18 of the Criminal Code

Q4 Influencing execution of contracts, inflation of contract sum or price of goods and services, signing of contracts without budgetary provision, transferring or spending the sum allocated for a particular project or service on another.
Are offences prohibited by section 22 of the ICPC ACT
Are offences prohibited by section 20 of the ICPC ACT
Are offences prohibited by section 20 of the EFFC ACT
Are offences prohibited by section 22 of the Criminal Code

Q5 The provisions of Sections 8, 9, 10, and 11 0f the ICPC Act which deals with the acceptor and giver of grstification is in consonance with which sections of the Criminal code?
s98 only
sections 98 and 98(a)
sections 98 (B)only
sections 98, 98(A) AND 98(b)

Q6 Which section of the Penal Code defines riot –
s. 102
SECTION 115
Section105
section 101 (5)

Q7 Which classification of offences does riot belong to –
felony
misdemeanour
simple offences
noneof the options

Q8 When an unlawful assembly has begun to act in so tumultus manner as to disturb the peace, the offence commited is called –
unlawful assembly
Riot
Affray
Public nuisance

Q9 one of the following is not an essential element to prove the offence of unlawful assembly
conduct
intent
crowd of not less than 10 persons
none of the otions

Q10 Which of the following is FALSE?
under the Penal Code section 100 an unlawful assembly is of five or more persons
The punishment for taking part in an unlawful assembly under the Criminal code is one year
Under the Penal Code the offence is not committed if the original assembling was lawful before conducting themselves in an unlawful assembly
The punishment for taking part in an unlawful assembly under Penal Codes is imprisonment for one year and with fine or both

Q11 What is the minimum number of witnesses before treason can be successfully prosecuted.
2 witness
three witnesses
5 witnesses
none of the options

Q12 One of this is least correct of the reqirements of prosecution of sedition
No prosecution for any seditious offence shall begun except within six months after the offence is committed
No prosecution for any seditious offence shall begun except within 2years months after the offence is committed
A person cannot be prosecuted for sedition without the written consent of the Attorney-General of the Federation or of the State concerned
No person shall be convicted of an offence under paragraph (b) of section 1 of section 51 CC on the uncorroborated testimony of one witness

Q13 The definition of unlawful assembly in the code depends entirely on;
on the definition of public nuisance
only on English cases
on Penal code definition
common law and mostly on English cases

Q14 The truth of an alleged seditious publication is always a defence to a charge of sedition.
true
partly true
false
none of the options

Q15 In Service Press V Att. Gen it was held that;
the truth of an alleged seditious words or publication may sometimes amount to a defence in the charge of sedition
once seditious intention is proved it is defence to show that the aallegations made were true,and evidence as to the truth of such allegation were admissible
once seditious intention is proved it is no defence to show that the aallegations made were true,and evidence as to the truth of such allegation were inadmissible
the truth of an alleged seditious words or publication may sometimes amount to a defence in the charge of sedition and such evidence were held to be an exception to s50

Q16 Which of these is a variable guideline in matters of sentencing
the provision record of the Accused
the age of the accused
the gravity of the offence and deterrence
all of the options

Q17 Seditious intention on the part of the accused can be inferred either by any two of the following
manner of publication and language used
type of medium used and the language
circumtances of the publication and the type of publication
all of the options

Q18 An act, speech or publication is not seditious only if it intends
To point out errors or defects in the Government or constitution of Nigeria
to promote feelings of ill-will and hostility between different classes of the population of Nigeria.
to only excite the citizens or other inhabitants of Nigeria
to raise discontent amongst the citizens or other inhabitants of Nigeria

Q19 Which is not one of the aims of sentencing
Deterrence
Reformation
Compensation
Retribution

Q20 Which of these accords with the African behavioural pattern?
Compensation
Restitution
Restoration
Retribution

Q21 Under s. 98 of the Criminal Code receiving the money innocently and forming the corrupt intention latter will still amount to official corruption.
false
true
PARTLY TRUE
PARTLY FALSE

Q22 Contempts are of two kinds
Direct and constructive
Indirect and constructive
Direct and destructive
Indirect and destructive

Q23 The concealment or retention of or acquiring interest in the proceeds of crime is an offence under
sections 17 and 18 of thevPenal Codet
sections 17 and 18 of the EFCC Act
sections 17 and 18 of theMoney Laundering Act
sections 17 and 18 of the Criminal Code

Q24 Influencing execution of contracts, inflation of contract sum or price of goods and services, signing of contracts without budgetary provision, transferring or spending the sum allocated for a particular project or service on another.
Are offences prohibited by section 22 of the ICPC ACT
Are offences prohibited by section 20 of the ICPC ACT
Are offences prohibited by section 20 of the EFFC ACT
Are offences prohibited by section 22 of the Criminal Code

Q25 The provisions of Sections 8, 9, 10, and 11 0f the ICPC Act which deals with the acceptor and giver of grstification is in consonance with which sections of the Criminal code?
s98 only
sections 98 and 98(a)
sections 98 (B)only
sections 98, 98(A) AND 98(b)

Q26 Which Section of the Criminal Code creates the offence of sedition .
s. 52
Section 42
Section51
section 41

Q27 Which of the following defences, if successfully pleaded, leads to a discharge and acquital
Provocation
Insanity
Accident
None of the above

Q28 When an unlawful assembly has begun to act in so tumultus manner as to disturb the peace, the offence commited is called –
unlawful assembly
Riot
Affray
Public nuisance

Q29 one of the following is not an essential element to prove the offence of unlawful assembly
conduct
intent
crowd of not less than 10 persons
none of the otions

Q30 Which of the following is FALSE?
under the Penal Code section 100 an unlawful assembly is of five or more persons
The punishment for taking part in an unlawful assembly under the Criminal code is one year
Under the Penal Code the offence is not committed if the original assembling was lawful before conducting themselves in an unlawful assembly
The punishment for taking part in an unlawful assembly under Penal Codes is imprisonment for one year and with fine or both

Q31 What is the minimum number of witnesses before treason can be successfully prosecuted.
2 witness
three witnesses
5 witnesses
none of the options

Q32 One of this is least correct of the reqirements of prosecution of sedition
No prosecution for any seditious offence shall begun except within six months after the offence is committed
No prosecution for any seditious offence shall begun except within 2years months after the offence is committed
A person cannot be prosecuted for sedition without the written consent of the Attorney-General of the Federation or of the State concerned
No person shall be convicted of an offence under paragraph (b) of section 1 of section 51 CC on the uncorroborated testimony of one witness

Q33 The definition of unlawful assembly in the code depends entirely on;
on the definition of public nuisance
only on English cases
on Penal code definition
common law and mostly on English cases

Q34 The truth of an alleged seditious publication may sometimes be a defence but generally is it not a defence to a charge of sedition.
true
partly true
false
none of the options

Q35 In Service Press V Att. Gen it was held that;
the truth of an alleged seditious words or publication may sometimes amount to a defence in the charge of sedition
once seditious intention is proved it is defence to show that the aallegations made were true,and evidence as to the truth of such allegation were admissible
once seditious intention is proved it is no defence to show that the aallegations made were true,and evidence as to the truth of such allegation were inadmissible
the truth of an alleged seditious words or publication may sometimes amount to a defence in the charge of sedition and such evidence were held to be an exception to s50

Q36 the strict interpretation of section 50 (3) of CC is that
an alleged seditious action should be directed against the State with intention to cause public mischief
A person may be guilty of of seditious intention even thouh he honestly did not intend to commit that offence
the words used must have the tendency to incite ordinary people to violence
seditious words may produce different results depending on the audience being addressed.

Q37 Seditious intention on the part of the accused can be inferred either by any two of the following
manner of publication and language used
type of medium used and the language
circumtances of the publication and the type of publication
all of the options

Q38 An act, speech or publication is not seditious only if it intends
To point out errors or defects in the Government or constitution of Nigeria
to promote feelings of ill-will and hostility between different classes of the population of Nigeria.
to only excite the citizens or other inhabitants of Nigeria
to raise discontent amongst the citizens or other inhabitants of Nigeria

Q39 Which of the following cases is a locus classicus for law of sedition in Nigeria
Ogbuagu v police
R. v. African Press
D.P.P. v. Obi
African Press Ltd. v. Att.-Gen

Q40 In which of the following cases did the Supreme Court hold that it is wrong to pronounce death sentence for an accused yet to be 17years of age?
Modupe Johnson v. The State
Nafiu Rabiu v. The State
Gano v. The State
Oladeji v. The State

Q41 The following are aims of sentencing except
Detterence
Retribution
Reformation
Settlement

Q42 The concept of retribution is tagged negatively as
Revenge
Support
Loyalty
None of the above

Q43 In a charge der and having regard to the evidence, a person may be convicted for the following except
Attempt to commit murder
Murder
Manslaughter
Assault

Q44 Where a woman by any wilful act or omission causes the death of her child because she is yet to recover from the effect of giving birth, it is known as
Murder
Manslaughter
Infancide
Homicide

Q45 Whom among the following is not an accomplice
Victim
Co-accused
Spy or agent provocatives
One who take part in the commissionof an offence

Q46 Which of these defences does prove rest on the prosecution
Insanity
Intoxication
Exception
All of the above

Q47 Contempt in facie curiae means
Acts committed outside the court
Acts committed in side court
A & B
None of the above

Q48 Which of these is not a determining factor as to whether a tribunal is a court
Whether the law setting the body up provides a penalty for making fake statement
The requirement for public hearing
Whether there is provision that a member of the tribunal shall not take part in any decision in which he has personal interest
The requirement of private hearing

Q49 Which of the following is not a place where judicial proceedings can take place
Courts
Tribunals
Offices
Commission of Injury

Q50 Which of these is not a requirement of the offence of Extortion
That the accused was a person employed in the public sercie
That he obtained or received a reward
That the accused was employed in the private service
That the offence was committed in the performance of his duties

Q51 Section —- of the cirminal codes covers the offence of
Stealing
False pretence
Cheating
Forgery

Q52 Which of these is not an element of House breaking
Enters
Breakes
Intent to commit a felony
Fight

Q53 Which of these is forearms under the law
Revolver
Ammunition
Pistol Explosive
All of the above

Q54 Which of these is not capable of being stolen
Land
Tunde’s Dog
Clothes
Cars

Q55 A defamentory could be expressed in
Words
Sounds
Mark
All of the above

Q56 A dametory matter is a matter likely to injure the ?��? of any person
Reputation
Heart
Limps
None of the above

Q57 Which of these is not an essential element of the offence of rape
Consent
Approval
Threat
Fraudulent representation

Q58 The offence of assault occassioning harm is a
simple offence
Felony
Misdeanenor
None of the above

Q59 Kidnapping is a ——–
Felony
Simple offence
Misdeanenor
None of the above

Q60 Under S. 357 of the Criminal Code, any person who commits the offence of rape is liable to ?��?with or without canning
10 years
Death
Life imprisonment
None of the above

Q61 Knowledge may expressed as
Actual
Imputed
Constructive
All of the above

Q62 Which of these is not an element of criminal liability
Intention
Recklessness
Negligence
Serious

Q63 ?.. Defence avails a person who is face with an emergency for which he is not responsible.
Self Defence
Necessity
Bona-fide claim of Right
None of the Above

Q64 Section —- of the Criminal code provides for offence of provocation.
S. 400
S. 318
S. 210
S. 316

Q65 Which of these is not an example of where the courts have rejected the defence of provocation
Confession of Adultery
Refusal of wife to prepare food for her husband
Deceased wife taunting the Appellant that he provide the money to enable appelant to marry.
Husband seeing another man sexually assulting his wife

Q66 It is an irrebuttable presumption of laws that a child under years has no mens rea
10 years
12 years
7 years
5 years

Q67 The burden of proof in insanity is
Most probable
Not higher than which rest on the plaintiff or defendant
A & B
None of the Above

Q68 Which of these apply to criminal libility of couples
Offences punishable by death
Offences committed in the presence of but not under the compulsion of the husband
Offences of grevious bodily harm by couples
All of the above

Q69 ?��? and ?.. Are not criminally responsible for anything done or omitted to be done by them in the exercise of their judicial functions
Lawyer and Counsel
Judges and Magistrates
Judges and Lawyers
None of the Above

Q70 Which of this is a partial defence, under the criminal code
Accident
mistakes of acts and omissions
Intoxication
None of the Above

Q71 Which of these is not a ?..presumption of intoxication
That the accused did not know what he was doing
That the state of intoxication was not self induced
That he was aware of his environment
That the intoxication was caused without his consent

Q72 The burden of proving intoxication is on the ———-
Prosecution
Accused
Lawyer
None of the Above

Q73 ?��? is a defence if it renders the act in question, one which cannot be imputed to the accused
Intoxication
Compulsion
Bonafide claim of right
Immaturity

Q74 Mistake as a defence to crime are of two kinds
Mistake of facts and law
mistakes of acts and omissions
Mistake of events and law
None of the above

Q75 is an event to remote and indirect a consequence of the accused unlawful act or omission
Mistake
Insanity
Ignorance
Accident

Q76 ?��?.means liabilty to suffer or pay compensation in certain eventualities
Criminal Act
Criminal Omission
Criminal Responsibility
Criminal Duties

Q77 In a crime, both the guilty act and the physical act are not——-
Mutually inclusive
Mutually exclusive
Mutually responsive
None of the Above

Q78 A corporation is —– for its corporate acts or omissions
Oblige
Guity
Responsible
None of the Above

Q79 A mistake of law is —– only when the law so prescribes.
An excuse
A reason
A motive
An intent

Q80 If the offence is of strict liability the evidence required is absence of—–
Protection
Due deligence
Safety
None of the above

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