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Translation ENGexhibit (object submitted as evidence)
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Translation ENGwitness prosecution (a witness who appears to support the prosecution’s argument)
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Translation ENGjudge (public official with the authority to hear and decide cases in a court of law)
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Translation ENGprosecutor (the attorney representing the state)
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Translation ENGlarceny (theft)
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Translation ENGdriving while intoxicated (DWI)
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Translation ENGparty (plaintiff [People State etc.] prosecution or defense)
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Translation ENGequal protection (constitutional guarantee that every person will be treated equally by the government)
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Translation ENGwaive time (to cut time off a prison sentence)
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Translation ENGjoyriding (driving around in a stolen automobile for the enjoyment of doing so)
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Translation ENGstatement closing (final argument summarizing the case made by the attorney)
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Translation ENGjury (group of members from the public who are assigned the task of deciding the trial’s outcome)
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Translation ENGjury foreman/jury foreperson (the chairperson of a jury)
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Translation ENGwitness (someone who sees a crime occur or is otherwise an expert in some aspect of the case and asked to testify in court)
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Translation ENGangel dust (PCP an hallucinogenic drug)
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Translation ENGwaive rights (to choose to give up one’s constitutional rights)
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Translation ENGforfeit (a fine or penalty for some crime)
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Translation ENGsentence suspended (punishment which is held back not put into effect)
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Translation ENGmental health (health of the mind)
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Translation ENGleading question (a question which leads to a point being proven)
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Translation ENGpermanent resident (person living long term in a country)
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Translation ENGcredibility (reliability reputation for truthfulness)
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Translation ENGheroin (narcotic usually injected into the body)
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Translation ENGtheft grand (major robbery)
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Translation ENGstatement opening (initial argument summarizing the case made by the attorney)
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Translation ENGcounterclaim (lawsuit by respondent in response to initial lawsuit in a civil case)
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Translation ENGvoir dire (oath of competency)
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Translation ENGadmissible (acceptable)
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Translation ENGfalse imprisonment (finding an innocent person guilty and sentencing them to a prison sentence)
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Translation ENGevidence direct (evidence directly related to a case)
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Translation ENGguilty (legally judged not innocent of committing a crime)
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Translation ENGfirearm (weapon that fires a projectile i.e gun rifle shotgun)
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Translation ENGverdict (final judgment)
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Translation ENGfoster care (temporary care of a child but not by birth)
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Translation ENGrestitution (reimbursement giving back of something for something else that has been lost or taken)
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Translation ENGpretrial offense (offense committed before the trial begins)
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Translation ENGgrounds (reasons)
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Translation ENGvagrancy (begging wandering from place to place without working)
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Translation ENGprostitution (selling one’s body for sex)
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Translation ENGvandalism (to maliciously destroy or damage property)
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Translation ENGtraffic citation (ticket issued by law enforcement officer for a driving violation)
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Translation ENGtestify (to give evidence under oath in a court of law)
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Translation ENGordinance (statute or regulation)
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Translation ENGhearing (formal proceeding held before judge)
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Translation ENGCourt Municipal (city court)
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Translation ENGmayhem (the offense of maiming a person any violent destruction)
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Translation ENGproof (evidence convincing to the judge or jury)
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Translation ENGimmunity (exemption from a charge or penalty)
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Translation ENGstipulate (to specify as an essential condition of an agreement)
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Translation ENGoffer of proof (presentation of evidence for the record but without a jury present made after the judge has sustained an objection to that evidence so that the evidence can be preserved on the record for an appeal of the case)
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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 ENGvacate (to cancel)
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Translation ENGoverrule (to overturn esp. an objection)
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Translation ENGadoption (legal process establishing a parental relationship between adoptive parent and child born of other parents)
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Translation ENGinadmissible (not acceptable)
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Translation ENGincest (sexual relationship within a family)
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Translation ENGnegligence (carelessness)
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Translation ENGCourt Night (court taking place at night)
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Translation ENGargument (debate in front of the court)
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Translation ENGenter a plea (to plea)
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Translation ENGjuvenile hall (place of incarceration for underage offenders)
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Translation ENGlewd conduct (indecent or obscene actions)
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Translation ENGdissolution (termination of a marriage partnership etc.)
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Translation ENGsettlement (negotiated solution to a lawsuit)
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Translation ENGweight of evidence (how thoroughly the evidence convinces)
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Translation ENGrelease of information (making information available to the public)
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Translation ENGlife imprisonment (punishment of spending one’s life in prison)
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Translation ENGalimony (support payment to divorced spouse)
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Translation ENGarrest (law enforcement’s taking of a suspect into formal custody)
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Translation ENGeyewitness (person who saw the crime occur)
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Translation ENGcounsel (lawyer legal representation)
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Translation ENGalibi (defendant’s story of innocence when a crime is committed allegedly by another)
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Translation ENGfingerprint (mark left by one’s finger used to identify individuals)
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Translation ENGserve a sentence (to complete one’s punishment)
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Translation ENGappearance (party’s presence in court)
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Translation ENGwitness defense (a witness who appears to support the defense’s argument)
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Translation ENGweapon deadly (weapon which has the potential to take a life)
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Translation ENGpreemptory challenge (one of a party’s limited number of challenges that do not need a reason)
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Translation ENGpoints and authorities (legal precedence)
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Translation ENGCourt District (court representing a certain area of a state or country)
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Translation ENGprobation formal (conditional suspension of a convict’s prison sentence)
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Translation ENGdisturbing the peace (acting in a way which violates public peace)
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Translation ENGcounsel table (table where the legal counsel sits)
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Translation ENGglue sniffing (inhaling glue as a narcotic)
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Translation ENGinnocent until proven guilty
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Translation ENGtort (wrongful act or damage [not involving a breach of contract] for which a civil action can be brought)
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Translation ENGcriminal record (written record of previous offenses)
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Translation ENGwarrant bench (a writ authorized by judge for a search seizure arrest etc.)
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Translation ENGprobation department (office which handles cases of probation)
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Translation ENGself defense (protecting oneself from harm)
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Translation ENGcase (criminal or civil lawsuit)
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Translation ENGwarrant search (permission given to law enforcement by the court to search a suspect’s house etc. for evidence)
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Translation ENGconvict (an individual who has been found guilty and incarcerated)
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Translation ENGcourt interpreter (bilingual trained person who translates proceedings between languages for all parties in the case)
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Translation ENGsentence consecutive (back to back sentences one punishment immediately after another)
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Translation ENGrevoke (to rescind withdraw cancel turn down)
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Translation ENGtrial jury (trial in which outcome is decided by a jury)
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Translation ENGfailure to comply (when person is ordered to do something by the court and does not)
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Translation ENGwitness hostile (a witness for the opposing side)
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Translation ENGstatute of limitations (a law limiting the time within which legal action may be taken)

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