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Question 1

Mary-Kate and Ashley are two six-year-old friends who are playing at Mary-Kate's house. They are playing with dolls when, Ashley takes Mary-Kate's doll away and begins cutting the doll's hair off. Infuriated, Mary-Kate gets the gun that her father keeps in his closet and shoots Ashley to death. If Mary-Kate is charged with Murder, she will probably be:

Question 2

Mike is a thirteen-year-old junior high school student. Mike and his sixteen-year-old girlfriend are "experimenting" one day and they end up having intercourse. Later, Mike's girlfriend claims that he forced her to have sex with him. If Mike is charged with rape, he will probably be: