Strict liability offenses;1) dispense with the requirement of proof of any criminal intent on the part of the defendant.;2) are so classified because the punishments imposed on violators are especially harsh in comparison to the punishments for other criminal offenses.;3) impose liability on a defendant for the act of another party.;4) are commonly criticized on the ground that a person may be convicted os such an offense without being shown to have committed a wrongful act.
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