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When is conduct purposeful?
specific intention to cause a certain result
When does a person act knowingly?
awareness that a conduct will probably cause a certain result or will probably be of a certain nature.
What are the requirements for recklessness?
heedless indifference to the consequences, a person perversely disreagrds a known risk that the conduct is likely to cause a certain result or likely to be of a certain nature.
When is conduct negligent?
a substantial lapse from due care, the person fails to perceive or avoid a risk that his conduct may cause a certain result or may be of a certain nature
When recklessness satisfies the establishment of an offense then which mental states are also sufficient for such element?
knowledge or purpose
When knowledge suffices ro establish an element of an offense, then which mental state is also sufficient?
purpose
When a section defining an offense provides that negligence is sufficient to establish an element thereof, then what mental states are also sufficient?
recklessness, knowledge, or purpose