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Translation ENGwarrant (order permit writ)
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Translation ENGpoints and authorities (legal precedence)
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Translation ENGverdict (final judgment)
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Translation ENGinstrument (legal document)
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Translation ENGovert act (an action taken openly and with evident intent)
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Translation ENGconviction (finding of guilt in a criminal case)
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Translation ENGdouble jeopardy (trying a person twice for the same crime)
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Translation ENGcase (criminal or civil lawsuit)
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Translation ENGrestraining order (legal document requiring someone to stay away from another person or place)
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Translation ENGinvestigation (search by law enforcement to determine truth of events)
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Translation ENGpersonal estate (the whole of one’s property possessions)
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Translation ENGgrounds (reasons)
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Translation ENGbrief (written summary of case)
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Translation ENGcovenant (sealed contract)
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Translation ENGdriving while intoxicated (DWI)
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Translation ENGstipulate (to specify as an essential condition of an agreement)
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Translation ENGcourtroom (room where trials and legal proceedings occur)
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Translation ENGillegal (not legal unlawful)
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Translation ENGimmunity (exemption from a charge or penalty)
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Translation ENGvacate (to cancel)
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Translation ENGcrack (crack cocaine a form of cocaine)
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Translation ENGcontinuance (rescheduling a legal proceeding for a later date)
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Translation ENGbookmaking (the business of taking bets)
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Translation ENGalibi (defendant’s story of innocence when a crime is committed allegedly by another)
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Translation ENGconvict (an individual who has been found guilty and incarcerated)
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Translation ENGcharge (accusation indictment)
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Translation ENGjoyriding (driving around in a stolen automobile for the enjoyment of doing so)
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Translation ENGnot guilty (innocent)
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Translation ENGeviction (expel from one’s residence by the owner)
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Translation ENGslander (giving a false statement that damages another’s reputation)
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Translation ENGlie detector (machine which measures heart rate to determine if a person is lying)
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Translation ENGappeal (a review of a case by a higher court)
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Translation ENGdismiss (to let go)
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Translation ENGadmissible (acceptable)
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Translation ENGwitness hostile (a witness for the opposing side)
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Translation ENGCourt District (court representing a certain area of a state or country)
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Translation ENGfine (court imposed monetary penalty)
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Translation ENGallegation (statement of fact the party intends to prove)
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Translation ENGtheft grand (major robbery)
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Translation ENGlitigation (lawsuit)
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Translation ENGperjury (lying while under oath to tell the truth)
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Translation ENGhearing (formal proceeding held before judge)
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Translation ENGregulation (rule law)
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Translation ENGvictim (one who suffers loss is killed or injured etc.)
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Translation ENGchain of custody (order of parental relationships to child)
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Translation ENGdamages (repayment for loss or injury)
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Translation ENGmanslaughter (killing of a human being by another esp. without malice)
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Translation ENGdrunk driving (driving while intoxicated)
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Translation ENGcounty jail (temporary place of incarceration until suspect released put into prison etc.)
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Translation ENGwitness defense (a witness who appears to support the defense’s argument)
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Translation ENGprobation summary (suspension of a guilty party’s prison sentence so that if he or she obeys the conditions he or she will spend no time in prison)
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Translation ENGserve a summons to somebody (give an official order to respondent to appear in court)
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Translation ENGnull and void (invalid without legal force)
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Translation ENGinmate (prisoner)
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Translation ENGhearing contested (legal proceeding in which outcome is put into question by possible administrative misconduct)
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Translation ENGequal protection (constitutional guarantee that every person will be treated equally by the government)
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Translation ENGquash (to set aside i.e. an indictment)
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Translation ENGalleged (asserted as a true fact but not yet proven)
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Translation ENGPublic Defender (P.D.) (state funded counsel assigned to an indigent defendant)
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Translation ENGsuit (action to secure justice in a court of law)
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Translation ENGpolygraph (lie detector test)
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Translation ENGdefendant (the accused in a legal proceeding trial)
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Translation ENGfinding (discovery)
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Translation ENGprobation department (office which handles cases of probation)
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Translation ENGaction (lawsuit)
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Translation ENGswear (to declare under oath)
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Translation ENGcredibility (reliability reputation for truthfulness)
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Translation ENGright constitutional (right which is guaranteed to all citizens by the Constitution)
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Translation ENGseparation (separation of a married couple but not yet divorce)
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Translation ENGextortion (getting money etc. by threat)
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Translation ENGpostponement (pushing back of the date)
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Translation ENGsodomy (any sexual intercourse considered abnormal usually in reference to anal sexual intercourse)
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Translation ENGCourt Municipal (city court)
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Translation ENGupper (stimulant narcotic)
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Translation ENGself defense (protecting oneself from harm)
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Translation ENGloitering (lingering spending time idly in one area)
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Translation ENGprostitution (selling one’s body for sex)
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Translation ENGoral copulation forced (forced oral sexual contact)
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Translation ENGcounterfeit (to falsify)
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Translation ENGwaive time (to cut time off a prison sentence)
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Translation ENGpenalty (punishment)
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Translation ENGsentence consecutive (back to back sentences one punishment immediately after another)
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Translation ENGhabeas corpus (writ declaring that a prisoner must be brought before a court to decide his or her innocence or guilt)
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Translation ENGwarrant bench (a writ authorized by judge for a search seizure arrest etc.)
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Translation ENGcrystal meth (a narcotic)
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Translation ENGdiversion (order for criminal defendant to participate in alternative program instead of prison)
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Translation ENGsearch and seizure (investigating a place and removing something from the premises for evidence)
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Translation ENGpenitentiary (prison)
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Translation ENGprobation formal (conditional suspension of a convict’s prison sentence)
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Translation ENGparalegal (person trained to aid lawyers but not to practice law)
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Translation ENGself incrimination (saying something which helps prove one’s own guilt)
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Translation ENGgarnish (to issue process for purpose of taking away wages or money to pay a fine)
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Translation ENGmanslaughter voluntary (knowingly killing a person but without malice)
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Translation ENGcorroborate (to verify)
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Translation ENGstatute of limitations (a law limiting the time within which legal action may be taken)
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Translation ENGhearsay (rumor gossip unsubstantiated story of event)
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Translation ENGheroin (narcotic usually injected into the body)
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Translation ENGwrit (a formal legal document prohibiting or ordering some action)
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Translation ENGpandering (helping one fulfill his or her vices procuring pimping)
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Translation ENGdeportation (expelling of a non citizen from the country)

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