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1. An example of knowledge of circumstances is to receive stolen property under mistaken facts.
2. The law does NOT consider individuals who are less reckless than blameworthy.
3. Recklessness involves an awareness of harm that is lacking in negligence.
4. Congress and state legislatures typically indicate strict liability laws by omitting language such as knowingly and purposely.
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1. False
2. False
3. True
4. True
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