Voluntary Manslaughter Self-Quiz

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tex is a multimillionaire who made his money in the oil business. Tex is in his financial advisor's office one day discussing his business dealings. The financial advisor had made some bad investments with Tex's money but without Tex's permission and has lost Tex several million dollars. When the financial advisor admits this to Tex, Tex is so enraged that he immediately pulls out the gold plated pistol that he always carries around and shoots the advisor in the head. Tex is charged with murder. However, In this case, Tex can get his charges reduced to voluntary manslaughter:
True
False
Tex is a multimillionaire who made his money in the oil business. Tex is in his financial advisor's office one day discussing his business dealings. The financial advisor had made some bad investments with Tex's money but without Tex's permission and has lost Tex about one hundred dollars. When the financial advisor admits this to Tex, Tex is so enraged that he immediately pulls out the gold plated pistol that he always carries around and shoots the advisor in the head. Tex is charged with murder. However, In this case, Tex can get his charges reduced to voluntary manslaughter:
True
False
Tex is a multimillionaire who made his money in the oil business. Tex is in his financial advisor's office one day discussing his business dealings. The financial advisor had made some bad investments with Tex's money but without Tex's permission and has lost Tex several million dollars. When the financial advisor admits this to Tex, Tex is so enraged that he storms out of the advisor's office. A few days later, Tex, who is still furious, returns to the office with a gold plated pistol and shoots the advisor in the head. Tex is charged with murder. However, In this case, Tex can get his charges reduced to voluntary manslaughter:
True
False

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