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    Legal terms

    You are a professional who needs English vocabulary of law.

    This exercise will be of help as it provides you with the terms mostly used in this field. 

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    1. The is a special court outside the judicial system which examines special problems.

    2. The criminal that she for assault was her ex-husband.

    3. The group of 12 citizens who decide whether or not somebody is guilty in a trial is called .

    4. The studies law to act for people on legal business.

    5. Beating animals is an as well. It is considered an illegal act.

    6. The included serious allegations in the legal proceedings against the defendant.

    7. The disagreement between parties was so acute that the judge couldn't settle such .

    8. The driver had to pay a for exceeding speed limits.

    9. Only one party was present in the held yesterday in the civil court.

    10. The plaintiff claimed as compensation for the harm caused by the defendant.

    11. The defendant disagreed with court's decision. Thus, he requested an .

    12. The manager fired the employee when the latter the terms of their agreement.

    13. Police the criminal after proving he is guilty.

    14. Because his claims were stronger, the was awarded the custody of his son.

    15. I work in a translation office and I am professional in translation.

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