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Vocabulary set 1

QuestionAnswer
prosecutor lawyer presenting the court case for the government
motions arguments or proposals for action by a judge in a trial
juried a contest or set of submissions evaluated by a jury
predictable expected
felony a serious crime that can be punishable by jail time
infringing moving in on someone's space or rights
redress remedy or compensation for a loss or crime
flawed mistaken; faulty
grandiose fancy or overly important
accomplice helper in a crime or attempted crime
sexually-harassing bothering or threatening in a sexual way
objection an appeal by one lawyer to a judge to stop certain questions or proceedings in a court
admissible evidence or testimony that is allowed in court
defendant in a court proceeding, the person charged with a crime
Created by: Guitroz