Bar Exam (US) Criminal Law: Which one of the following situations would most likely result in a ...

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Which one of the following situations would most likely result in a verdict of guilty of felony murder?

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  1. A
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    Ruly, an avid Kansas City Royals baseball fan, travelled all night to Royals Stadium to see a World Series game, planning to purchase tickets from a scalper at the stadium. However, Ruly arrived at the stadium after the game had started, and no tickets were available. He proceeded to sneak around the guard at the entrance gate and illegally entered the stadium. He watched the remainder of the game in the "standing room" section. Ruly became so enraged when the opposition took the lead in the ninth inning that he pulled out a gun from under his jacket and aimed it at the section of spectators in front of him. Before he could be subdued he had fired three shots, killing one person and severely injuring another.
  2. B
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    Harold was in the public area of the Third Federal Bank, filling out a deposit slip, when Ron entered. Ron went to the teller's window and quietly slipped a note to the teller, demanding "everything in your cash drawer." Harold who was unaware of the robbery taking place, went to the adjoining teller's window and made his deposit. Upon obtaining his receipt, Harold suddenly collapsed and died of a heart attack. When Ron saw this, he panicked and left the bank before the teller could comply with his demand.
  3. C
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    Moe and Jack planned to rob Pa's luncheonette during the noontime rush. At 12:30, as planned, Jack entered Pa's and pointed a gun at the cashier, who handed over $200. Jack left to meet Moe outside, as Moe was standing guard as a lookout. As soon as Jack ran out of the door, a police officer tried to grab him. Jack evaded the officer for a brief moment. Thinking that Moe had double-crossed him and informed the police of their plans, Jack fatally shot Moe.
  4. D
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    Mitchell and Richard had been feuding for years. In order to "show him a thing or two," Mitchell decided to set fire to Richard's house. Before dawn one morning, Mitchell went to Richard's house and lit a match to gasoline he poured at Richard's front door. The house caught fire and quickly spread to Richard's bedroom, where Richard was able to leap out of the window without injury. Ray, a police officer who was driving by, saw Mitchell running away one block from Richard's house. Ray pulled his car up to Mitchell to determine if Mitchell was involved in setting the fire. Upon seeing the officer, Mitchell pulled out a revolver and shot him. Ray was pronounced dead in the emergency room of a nearby hospital.
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