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Question 1: Arson (or fire-raising, as it is known in Scotland)[4] is defined as "the malicious burning of the dwelling of another" [5]" in ________.
Common lawReception statuteShariaCivil law (legal system)

Question 2: In the ________, the common law elements of arson are often varied in different jurisdictions.
CanadaPhilippinesUnited StatesAlaska

Question 3: [2] It may be distinguished from other causes such as spontaneous combustion and natural ________.
Fire lookout towerHotshot crewWildfireWildfire suppression

Question 4: The ________ must prove each element of the crime beyond a reasonable doubt.
Scots lawProsecutorUnited StatesLawyer

Question 5: [14] A criminal may be sentenced to death penalty if arson occurred as a method of homicide, as was the recent case in ________ of Raymond Lee Oyler and in Texas of Cameron Willingham.
Los AngelesCaliforniaSacramento, CaliforniaSan Jose, California

Question 6: In ________, the term "fire raising" is the equivalent term used instead of arson, but both mean the same.
ScotlandEnglish lawScottish independenceScots law

Question 7: Arson usually describes fires deliberately set to the property of another or to one's own property as to collect ________ compensation.
InsuranceWorkers' compensationMarine insuranceLife insurance

Question 8: In English law, arson was a common law offence which was recently defined again and codified by the ________.
Grievous bodily harmCriminal damage in English lawAssault occasioning actual bodily harmEnglish criminal law

Question 9: [11] Arson may also be prosecuted as a misdemeanor,[12] "criminal mischief", or "destruction of property."[13] ________ also occurs, if the arson involved a "breaking and entering".

Question 10: Arson[1] is the ________ of intentionally and maliciously setting fire to structures or wildland areas.

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