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NSL, Unit 4 Review

Joe Sangillo

Complete the puzzle below. If your response has more than one word, leave a blank in between words.

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2.rights read to someone accused of a crime
5.a serious crime
7.Every citizen has this right when accused of a crime; when a celebrity is accused of a crime "freedom of the press" can conflict with it
8.a written agreement between two or more people
9.the person bringing a civil lawsuit against someone
10.this amendment to the U.S. Constitution guarenteed due process rights at the state and local level
13.the group of citizens who listen to witnesses at a trial and decide guilt or innocence (in a criminal trial) or liability (in a civil trial)
16.term associated with all the rights of the accused.
17.Without this, the jury is supposed to declare the defendant not guilty
19.a court order for a witness to appear to testify
20.man who was denied a lawyer; led to Supreme Court decision mandating every citizen has the right to a lawyer, even if they cannot afford one.
1.issued by a judge, declares why a person is being held.
3.the person on trial for a crime, or ther person being sued
4.a formal statement charging a person with a crime, determined by grand jury
6.a group of citizens who listen to the evidence a prosecutor has about a crime and decide if there is enough evidence to press charges
7.this amendment prevents the government from conducting illegal searches and seizures
11.the power of the government to purchase at a fair price property from private citizens for the common good, even if the private citizens don't want to sell
12.the government lawyer who leads the trial against a defendant
13.a reasonable belief that a crime has been committed or might be committed
14.a type of crime, usually minor crime
15.a decision between a prosecutor and a defendant that has the defendant plead guilty to a lesser crime than the one the defendant is charged with. This leads to no trial (saving the government time and money) and a lighter sentence for the defendant.
18.when one person breaks a contract

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