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    Learn English > English lessons & exercises > Law and Order > Stats updated every 4 hours
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    Exercise "Law and Order", created by ayesha (a free exercise to learn English):
    Results of the 344 people who have taken this test:
    Average mark: 56.5 / 100 Share


    Latest member with a 100/100 (perfect mark): santiago2011 / FRANCE, on Friday 15 February - 12:38:
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    They got a perfect mark


    Stats (344 candidates)
    Question 1 passed: 59.9 %
    A lawyer who is qualified to plead cases in a court of law is a *.

    Question 2 passed: 70.6 %
    A police officer who investigates crimes is a *.

    Question 3 passed: 65.4 %
    A person who carries out executions of people condemned to death for crimes they have committed is a *.

    Question 4 passed: 56.1 %
    Someone who is in charge of a criminal trial and who passes sentence on those found guilty by the jury is known as a*.

    Question 5 passed: 32.3 %
    A person who is a member of the legal profession, especially a solicitor is called *.

    Question 6 passed: 36 %
    A judge who hears cases involving minor offences is called a *.

    Question 7 passed: 57.3 %
    An elected law-enforcement officer in the United States is called *.

    Question 8 passed: 27 %
    A person who gives legal advice, draws up legal documents, and represents clients in some courts of law is a *.

    Question 9 passed: 73.5 %
    Someone who is employed to protect a person is known as a *.

    Question 10 passed: 72.1 %
    A person who is in charge of prisoners in jail is known as a *.


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