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WP Behavior Vocab.

Accountability Taking responsibility for your actions, being answerable to someone for something you have done.
Attitude A manner of thought or feeling espressed in a person's behavior.
Autonomy Independence, personal liberty.
Behavior What people do and say.
Code of Ethics A set of standards for behavior based on values.
Confidentiality Protecting the privacy of any confidential information, either spoken or written.
Damages Monetary compesation awarded by a court for an injury caused by the act of another.
Defedant The person against whom a civil or criminal action is bought.
Deposition Pretrial statement of a witness under oath, taken in question-and-answer form, as it would be in court, with opportunity given to the adversaryto be present to cross-examine. .
Discrimination Seeing a difference; prejudicial treatment of a person.
Empathy Capacity to share and understand the feelings or ideas of another.
Ethics Behavior that is based on values (believes); how we make judgments in regard to right and wrong.
Evidence All the means by which any alleged matter of fact, the truth of which is submitted to inventigation at trial, is established or disproved
Expert Witness A witness who has special knowledge of the subject about wich
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