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My friends asked me to decide whose drawing was better. I was a… Judge
We aren’t allowed to eat upstairs at my house. My house is considered a… Jurisdiction
Judges know a LOT about the law. This means they are… Jurists
A group of us watched the trial and had to determine the truth. We are the… Jury
The judge’s decision was fair. It was also... Just
The superhero captured the criminal. The criminal was brought to... Justice
I explained my actions. My explanation was a... Justification
After I saw all of the evidence, I understood why she could _______ her actions. justify
He got up on the stand and lied during court. He committed... perjery
The king wanted to step down from his position. He will... abjure

Greek and Latin Root: jur, jus, jud Crossword

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To give up rights abjure
A person who interpret laws or decide on a winner judge
The area where justice and laws are administered jurisdiction
An expert in law jurist
A group of people sworn to abide by the laws to determine the truth jury
Lawful or fair just
Fairness or rightfulness justice
The fact that is said to prove that something is true justification
To prove justify
To break the law by lying perjury

VOCABULARY: JUR, JUS,JUD = LAW, JUSTICE Crossword

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To give up rights; to recant abjure
a person chosen to interpret laws, decide on a winner, or settle a controversy judge
the terriorty or land in which justice and laws are administered jurisdiction
an expert in law jurist
a group of people sworn to abide by the laws to determine the truth jury
lawful; fair just
fairness; rightfulness justice
the fact that is said to prove that something is true justification
to prove; to offer justify
to break the law by lying; to break a formal promise; to break and oath perjury

word list:jur,jus,jud=law,justice Crossword

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to give up rights:to recant abjure
person chosen to interpret laws, decide winners,settle controversy judge
territory or land in which justice or laws are administered and followed jurisdiction
an expert in law jurist
a group sworn to abide by the laws to determine the truth jury
lawful;fair just
fairness;rightfulness justice
the fact that is said to prove that something is true justification
to prove; to offer justify
to break the law by lying ;to break a formal promise ; to break an oath perjury

Jur, jus, jud = law; justice Crossword

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Description

To give up right, to recant Abjure
The territory or land in which justice and laws are administered and followed Jurisdiction
A person chosen to interpret laws, decide on a winner, or settle on controversy Judge
An expert in law Jurist
Group of people sworn to abide by the law to determine the truth Jury
Lawful fair Just
Fairness, rightfulness Justice
The fact that is proven that something is true Justification
To prove, to order Justify
To break the law by lying, to break a formal promise, to break it oath Perjury

Week 12 Homework Crossword

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the word that means the roots that mean law or justice jur,jus,jud
the word that means to give up rights abjure
the word that means a person chosen to interpret laws judge
the word that means the territory or land in which laws are administered and followed jurisdiction
the word that means an expert in the law jurist
the word that means a group of people sworn to abide in the laws to determine the truth jury
the word that means lawful or fair just
the word that means fairness; rightfulness justice
the word that means the fact that proves that something is true justification
the word that means to prove justify
the word that means to break the law by lying perjury

vacab words page 3 Emma Crossword

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to give up rights; to recant abjure
a person chosen to inerpert laws, decide on a winner, or settle a controversy judge
a territory or land in which justice and laws are administered and followed jurisdiction
an expert in law jurist
a group of peopl sworn to abide by the laws to determine the truth jury
lawful; fair just
fairness; rightfulness justice
the fact that is said to prove that something is true justification
to prove; to offer justify
to break the law by lying; to break a fromal promise; to break an oath perjury

jur jus and jud Crossword

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a group of people that swear to abide by the law to determine the truth jury
to be fair just
fairness justice
expert in law jurist
person that interpret laws judge
territory that laws are decided on jurisdiction
to prove justify
to be proven justified
to break an oath perjury
to give up rights abjure

jus, jur, jud vocab homework Crossword

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what is a persons name when they give you a rating on a act that you did judge
an invisable barrier that separates cops from each others citys jurisdiction
what is a persons name if they are a expert in law jurist
a group of people in a court room that decides the verdict jury
behaving according to what is right and fair just
another name for fairness and rightfulness justice
a fact that proves something is true justification
another word for giving evidence justify
to break a promise by lying perjury
what is another word for lossing you rights abjure

Court Terms Crossword

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The release of a person before their trial so they don't have to wait in jail. Most of the time money will be payed to guarantee them showing up to the trial. Bail
Prove that the person accused was somewhere else when the crime took place. Alibi
Lying on the witness stand. This can cause the witness to get charged. Perjury
Think out a plan beforehand. Premeditated
A crime that is usually involving violence and you go to jail for over a year. Felony
A person under arrest to be brought before a judge or court, especially to secure the person's release unless lawful grounds are shown for their detention. Habeas Corpus
Private relations between members of the community rather than criminal, military, or religious affairs. Civil Law
A system of law concerned with the punishment of those who commit crimes. Criminal Law
The part of English law that is derived from custom and judicial precedent rather than statutes. Common Law
When the person accused pleads guilty for a lighter sentence. Plea Bargain
Decides lawsuits brought before the court. Judge
Group of people selected to hear the evidence in the trial and render a verdict. Jury
Instead of sending the accused person to prison the court releases the person into the community under monetization. Probation
Institute legal proceedings against a person or organization. Prosecute
The punishment ordered by the court for a defendant convicted of a crime. Sentence
The decision made by a judge or jury that determines the guilt or innocent of the defendant. Verdict
A person called upon from either side in a lawsuit to give a testimony before the court jury. Witness
Court authorization to conduct a search to make an arrest. Warrant
A law passed by legislation. Statute
the official power to make legal decisions and judgments. Jurisdiction
The dispute point between parties in a lawsuit. Issue
Information received by other people that cannot be confirmed (rumor). Hearsay
To place a paper in the legal custody of the clerk of court to enter into its files. File
Information presented in testimony that is used to persuade the judge or jury to decide the case in favor of one side or the other. Evidence
Officially tell someone that they can or must leave. Discharge
A person who has filed a petition for relief under the bankruptcy code. Debtor
A tribunal presided over by the judge in civil or criminal cases. Court
A judgment of guilt against a criminal defendant. Conviction
A state that does not have any evidence to prove it happened. Claim
Property of all kinds including real and personal. Assets

criminal justice Crossword

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violation of the criminal laws of state, the federal gov't or a local jurisdiction. crime
the principle of fairness, righteous, truthful. justice
justice in terms of the distribution of privileges within a society. social justice
society taking precedence over individual rights public order
civil law civil justice
criminal law criminal justice
the systems opponents work together to achieve social product consensus model
assumes that the components function to serve their own interests. conflict model
oppurtunity for bail first appearance
information is gathered booking
issue written by a judicial officer directing law enforcement warrant
money; getting released bail
written accusation submitted to the court by a grand jury indictment
the first appearance of the defendant before the court arraignment
criminal proceeding, the examination in court of the issue trial
served with other sentence consecutive
served at the same time concurrent
scientific studies of causes and prevention of crime criminology
written accusation submitted by prosecutor information