Answer to Question #215043 in Law for Bugs

Question #215043
3. (a) The definitional elements refer to the precise description of the requirements set by the law for liability for a specific type of crime.
(b) The definitional elements of a crime constitute the model or formula by means of which an ordinary person or a court of law may determine which particular requirements apply to a certain type of crime.

(1) statement (a) is correct
(2) only statement (b) is correct
(3) Both statements(a) and (b) are correct.
(4) Neither statements (a) nor (b) are correct
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