One Word Substitute English Quiz Set 92

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

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A person who commits a crime

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A person who gives a response or answer to a question that is asked especially as part of a survey

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A person who is being sued or accused of a crime in a court of law

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A person who sues another person or accuses another person of a crime in a court of law

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The person, typically a lawyer, appointed to act for another in business or legal matters

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The places where a judge sits in a court of law

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The power or right to make judgments about the law, to arrest and punish criminals, etc.

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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

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To produce satisfactory grounds for application of (or exemption from) a procedure or penalty

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Responsible for committing a crime or doing something bad or wrong

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The right or capacity to bring an action or to appear in a court

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To say in a will that (your property) will be given to (a person or organization) after you die

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A serious crime (such as murder or rape)

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To show, prove, or state that something is true or real

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A situation or period of time in which a person who has committed a crime is allowed to stay out ‘ of prison if that person behaves well and does not commit another crime, etc.

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Something (such as the payment of money) for which a person or business is legally responsible

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Something that is done or given freely rather than because it is required by a law

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To state the charges against someone who is accused of a crime in a formal procedure before a judge

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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

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