The accused let PVT Bravo make a copy of his key to the unit supply room knowing that it would
be used later in a larceny of unit supplies. The accused:
has not committed any offense.
is an accessory after the fact.
is a principal to the larceny.
is guilty of solicitation.
10. The accused was on a rifle range when he suffered a heart attack. At the onset of the attack, he
jerked his weapon away from the target and pulled the trigger, causing the weapon to fire. A range
guard was struck by the bullet and subsequently died from the wound. The accused, however, survived
his heart attack. The accused may properly be charged with:
11. Private Ludlow returned home unexpectedly in the middle of the day. He found his wife in bed
with his squad leader. Enraged by this discovery, Private Ludlow immediately seized the brass lamp on
the nightstand and beat them both to death. What offense did Private Ludlow commit?
12. The accused, SGT Smith, became involved in a fistfight with another soldier, SGT Green, in his
company. Smith knocked Green to the ground and kicked him viciously several times in the stomach.
The kicks ruptured Green's intestines and he had to have artificial tubes inserted into portions of his
intestines. What is the most serious crime the accused has committed?
Aggravated assault intentionally inflicting grievous bodily harm.
Assault and battery.
Attempted voluntary manslaughter.
Attempted felony murder.
13. A soldier, armed with a pistol, forced a window lock on his commanding officer's house at 0130
hrs. and entered with the intent to steal a portable radio. The accused admits the above, but he states he
could not find the radio and left. What is the most serious crime committed?