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Arson requires what specific intent? A. To burn a structure B. To consume a structure in fire C. To kill the occupants of the dwelling D. To start a fire
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User: Arson requires what specific intent? A. To burn a structure B. To consume a structure in fire C. To kill the occupants of the dwelling D. To start a fire

Weegy: Arson requires To kill the occupants of the dwelling.
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To burn a structure is what aron requires of specific intent.
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There's nothing in your source about killing the occupants of the dwelling, however there is intent for burning a structure in the source. Please pay careful attention to your source.
Added 6/4/2019 6:32:09 PM
Hi MrG, very difficult question so far. But I appreciate you for reminding me. Will take your advice seriously moving forward. Thank you!
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Thanks for understanding.
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Dave joins a football team. During the game, he tackles members of the opposing team. If Dave were to be accused of battery, his defense would correctly be based on the premise of A. legal assault. B. transferred intent. C. no intent to harm. D. consent.
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Dave joins a football team. During the game, he tackles members of the opposing team. If Dave were to be accused of battery, his defense would correctly be based on the premise of: CONSENT.
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Dave joins a football team. During the game, he tackles members of the opposing team. If Dave were to be accused of battery, his defense would correctly be based on the premise of consent.
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Dave joins a football team. During the game, he tackles members of the opposing team. If Dave were to be accused of battery, his defense would correctly be based on the premise of A. legal assault. B. transferred intent. C. no intent to harm. D. consent.
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Dave joins a football team. During the game, he tackles members of the opposing team. If Dave were to be accused of battery, his defense would correctly be based on the premise of consent.
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Dave joins a football team. During the game, he tackles members of the opposing team. If Dave were to be accused of battery, his defense would correctly be based on the premise of consent.
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