One Word Substitute English Quiz Set 91

Take this One Word Substitute English Quiz Set 91 to test your knowledge, also build your Englilsh vocabulary.

A form of written command in the name of a court or other legal authority to act , or abstain from acting , in a particular way

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A written request to have a legal case decided by a court

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The group of people who are members of the public and are chosen to make a decision in a legal case

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An impartial adviser to a court of law in a particular case

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Instead of something else

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A judicial writ issued as a command to an inferior court or ordering a person to perform a public or statutory duty

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A law or an order that stops something from being used or done

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Laws or regulations made by a city, town or the government

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Lawyers in Britain who assist people in legal matters and who can represent people in lower courts of law

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A lawyer who represents the side in a court case that accuses a person of a crime and who tries to prove that the person is guilty

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A list of the legal cases that will be tried in a court of law

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To make (something) the subject of a lawsuit : to cause (a case, an issue, etc.) to be decided and settled in a court of law

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The money that a court orders someone to pay regularly to a former wife or husbandafter a divorce

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Not valid or legally binding

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An official order given by a person with power or by a government

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An official written statement charging a person with a crime

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On his own motion

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One of the formal, usually written statements made by the two sides of a legal case in a court of law

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An order for the intervening period; provisional order

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The permission given to a prisoner to leave prison before the end of a sentence usually as a reward for behaving well

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