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Today's Question:

Question Of The Day

If a judge imposed two consecutive sentences, which of the following would most likely violate the Double Jeopardy Clause?

(A) The two crimes were part of a single criminal episode.

(B) The two crimes arose out of the identical criminal conduct, and the judge imposed a sentence on each of them.

(C) The two crimes arose out of a single criminal episode, and the trial judge imposed a sentence which was longer than he could have imposed for the more serious of the two offenses.

(D) One crime is a lesser included offense of the other.