Take this One Word Substitute English Quiz Set 92 to test your knowledge, also build your Englilsh vocabulary.
Persons giving sworn testimony to a court of law or the police
A person who commits a crime
A person who gives a response or answer to a question that is asked especially as part of a survey
A person who is being sued or accused of a crime in a court of law
A person who sues another person or accuses another person of a crime in a court of law
The person, typically a lawyer, appointed to act for another in business or legal matters
The places where a judge sits in a court of law
The power or right to make judgments about the law, to arrest and punish criminals, etc.
The process of settling an argument or disagreement in which the people or groups on both sides present their opinions and ideas to a third person or group
To produce satisfactory grounds for application of (or exemption from) a procedure or penalty
Responsible for committing a crime or doing something bad or wrong
The right or capacity to bring an action or to appear in a court
To say in a will that (your property) will be given to (a person or organization) after you die
A serious crime (such as murder or rape)
To show, prove, or state that something is true or real
A situation or period of time in which a person who has committed a crime is allowed to stay out â€˜ of prison if that person behaves well and does not commit another crime, etc.
Something (such as the payment of money) for which a person or business is legally responsible
Something that is done or given freely rather than because it is required by a law
To state the charges against someone who is accused of a crime in a formal procedure before a judge
The statement in which a person who has been accused of a crime says in court that he or she is guilty or not guilty of the crime