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Probably Cause A reasonable ground for belief
Defense At criminal law, a legal position that allows the defendant to escape criminal liability
Procedural Defense Defense based on problems with the way evidence is otained or the way the accused person is arrested, questioned, tried, or punished
Substantive Defense Defenses that disprove, justify, or otherwise excuse the alleged crime
Self-defense Use of force that appears reasonably necessary for the self-protection of an intended victim
Immunity Freedom from prosecution for a crime
Contempt of Court Action that hinders the administration of justice in court
Punishment Penalty provided by law and imposed by a court
Plea Bargaining Agreement with prosecutor allowing defendant to plead guilty to a lesser crime than the more serious one he or she likely would be charged with
Created by: Chanse.j_