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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #93867: Thief and Lawyer
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    Thief and Lawyer

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    Twenty years ago, Nick was already a . When he was twelve, he started to money from his mother. It was easy, she used to leave her on the kitchen table. But year after year, Nick was beginning to be very ; he wanted more and more money. At the age of sixteen, he committed his first : he broke into his neighbour's house. While he was trying to open the , the alarm sounded. He was caught by a policeman. The results of the proved Nick's guilt so he couldn't the facts. He was defended by a who was close to retirement. Despite their differing backgrounds, a strong was established between these two men. Thanks to the old man, Nick realized that he was in a bad and he had to take a different path. Now, Nick is one of the most famous judges in his country, and he tries to be as as possible.

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