Answer to Question #215363 in Law for Bugs
8. Criminal capacity is the indispensable prerequisite for the existence of culpability in any of its forms.
(b) intention and negligence are usually referred to as the forms of culpability.
(1) Only statement (a) is correct
(2) Only statement (b) is correct
(3) Both statements (a) and (b)
(4) Neither statements are correct