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Crime

Bc. Lorraine Vítámvásová

Destination B2 Unit 12

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Across
1.a person or group of people who are charged with or on trial for a crime (n)
4.someone who sees an event happen, but who is not directly involved in it (n)
6.in the UK, a lawyer who gives legal advice, writes legal contracts, and represents people in the lower courts of law (UK only) (n)
8.someone whose job is to make decisions in a court of law (n)
9.someone who enters a building illegally in order to steal things (n)
10.someone who might have committed a crime (n)
13.information or evidence thatshows that something is definitely true (n)
14.to put someone in a prison, or to keep them in a place that they cannot escape from (v)
19.if a judge sentences someone, they officially say what that person's punishment will be (v)
22.to officially accuse someone of a crime and ask a court of law to judge them (v)
24.a choice that you make after you have thought carefully about something (n)
27.the act of legally killing someone who has committed a serious crime (n) (two words)
29.someone who steals money or property (n)
32.to fail to obey a rule or law (v)
33.someone who steals something (n)
Down
2.punishment that consists of hitting someone (n) (two words)
3.someone who sees a crime, accident or other event happen (n)
5.if the police arrest someone, they take that person to a police station because they think that he or she has committed a crime (v)
7.a system of rules that must be obeyed in society (n)
8.a group of members of the public who decide whether someone is guilty in a court case (n)
11.facts, statements or objects that help to prove whether someone has committed a crime (n)
12.to do something that is illegal or morally wrong (v)
15.not guilty of a crime or anything bad (adj)
16.treatment of people that is fair and morally right (n)
17.someone who is noisy or violent in public places (n)
18.to treat someone very badly becasue of their race, religion or political beliefs (v)
20.an official judgment made in a court (n)
21.someone who diliberately damages or destroys things, especially public property (n)
23.to believe that something is true (v)
25.someone who is guilty has committed a crime or had sone something wrong (adj)
26.to accuse someone of committing a crime (v)
28.someone whose profession is to provide people with leal advice and services (n)
30.something that you are morally or legally allowed to do or have (n)
31.a statement that explains what you can or cannot do in a particular situation(n)

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