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Mock Trial #2

Vocabulary for Mock Trial #2

Direct Examination Queshtioning a witness during a trial by the attorney who called the witness.
Evidence Matters of fact that tend to prove or disprove other matters of fact.
Expert Witness A person with training, work, or experiance who is qualified to testify on technical or specific facts.
Fact Something that really exists, a known event or thing.
Felony Major crime like murder, arson, or sexual assult, etc; penality imprisonment or death,
Hearsay Evidence Secondhand evidence; something the witness did not personaly see or hear.
Irrelevant Has nothing to do with the case.
Jury(Grand) Jury that hears complaints and accusations of a crime and decides if there are sufficient facts to support charges; makes formal accusations or indictments.
Jury(Trial) Group of 12 people chosen by law to decide facts of case and the verdict.
Leading Questions Questions asked by an attorney during cross examination to which a witness can answer yes or no.
Created by: emmie.lewis