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Reading vocab

TermDefinition
alibi plea or fact that the accused person was elsewhere than the alleged crime scene
affable easy to approach and talk to; pleasant
ballistics the science dealing with the motion and impact of projectiles
collusion secret agreement for fraudulent or illegal purpose
contradicting to deny or say the opposite of what is said
contempt the feeling of a person toward something he considers worthless
forensics not consisting of matter; spiritual
inadmissible not to be allowed
incriminate to involve in or make appear guilty
incompetent without adequate ablity, knowledge, fitness
interject to throw in etween; insert
malice active ill will; desire to hurt others
pathologist someone who studies the nature if disease
premieditated to think out or plan beforehand
relevant bearing upon or realating to the matter at hand
Created by: wolff.rachel