Specific intent
1.  Doing the act with a specific intent/objective
a.  Cannot be inferred – prosecution must produce evidence on it
2.  Eligible for two additional defenses
a.  Voluntary intoxication
b.  Unreasonable mistake of fact
3.  Specific intent crimes
a.  Solicitation
b.  Conspiracy
c.  Attempt
d.  First degree murder
i.  If on exam you see “murder” they mean common law                         murder
e.  Assault *** (if viewed as “assault as an attempted battery”)
f.  Larceny
g.  Robbery
h.  Embezzlement
i.  Burglary
j.  Forgery
k.  False pretenses