Type
Crossword
Description

The union between two people to the exclusion of all others, voluntarily entered into for life marriage
Marriage must be a ___________ union voluntary
Where partners act as a married couple but are not legally married: ________________ relationship (2,5) defacto
The giving up of a state's legislative powers in a certain area to the Commonwealth by passing an act: ________________ of powers referral
Having more than one husband or wife at one time polygamous
A person who by genetics or adoption follows the family line of another, such as a child, grandchild or great-grandchild descendant
A person who is authorised to perform a civil or religious ceremony celebrant
To declare legally void or invalid nullify
A declaration by a court that a supposed marriage is in fact void annulment
A monetary payment made to a person to make amends for any loss, injury or damage to property they have suffered compensation
A latin term meaning 'marriage' nuptial
Ongoing failure by a parent to provide a child with the basic requirements for proper growth and development neglect
A criminal offence involving the infliction of physical force or the threat of physical force assault
The ability to act without outside interference autonomy
A person who makes a will testator
The legal process of transferring parental rights and responsibilities from the biological parents to the adoptive parents adoption
A parent who nominates their child for adoption: ____________ parent relinquishing
The legal termination of a marriage by an official court decision divorce
Decree __________: a Family Court order that is made to signal the intended termination of a marriage nisi
Any act, whether verbal or physical, of a violent or abusive nature that takes place within a domestic relationship: _______________ violence domestic
AVO: __________ Violence Order apprehended
A court order directing someone to do something or prohibiting someone from doing something injunction
To fail to obey breach

Family Relationships Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Your brothers and sisters Siblings
Two parents and one or more children living in the same place Nuclear family
A family that consists of a married couple and their children from a previous marriage Blended family
A family that includes additional relatives besides parents and children extended family
The temporary placement of children in the homes of adults who aren't related to them foster care
positive feedback that helps others feel appreciated and supported Affirmation
A decision by two married people to live apart from each other separation
a legal end to marriage contract divorce
The legal right to make decisions affecting children and the responsibility for their care custody
the acts of violence involving family members domestic violence
domestic violence or any other form of abuse directed at a spouse spousal abuse
domestic abuse directed at a child child abuse
the failure to provide for a child's basic needs neglect
the abuse or neglect of older family members elder abuse
the pattern of repeating violence or abusive behaviors from one generation to the next cycle of violence

Family Law: Marriage Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

two or more persons that live in the same household and are related to each othe by blood, marriage or adoption Family
someone who solemnise a marriage, and this usually involves a church ceremony Minister of Religion
both parties must enter into the marriage of their free will voluntary
a woman who bears a child for another person surrogate mother
a family with domestic partners who have/don't have children nucleur family
union of a man and a woman to the exclusion of all others, voluntarily entered into fo life marriage
being married to one person monogamy
entering into a monogamous marriage more than once in a lifetime serial monogamy
a marriage that does not comply with the requirements for a valid marriage under the Marriage Act 1961, is considered ____ and ____ null void
_____ usually involves an element of force, constraint or threat of violence duress
a single parent family one parent family
a formal agreement to get married engagement
a marriage ceremony wedding
on death, the property passes automatically to the other proprietor/s joint proprietor
marriage between ______ is not prohibited cousins

Health Science Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A brother or sister Sibling
A legal end to a marriage contact Divorce
A decision between married individuals to live apart from each other Separation
Domestic abuse directed at a child Child abuse
The failure of a parent to provide for a child's physical or emotional needs Niglect
Violence committed for no particular reason Random violence
Abuse involving any sexual contact that is forced upon a person against his or her will Rape
Any intentional sexual attack against another person Sexual assault
Any form of unwelcome sexual conduct directed at an individual, including harassment,assault,and rape Sexual violence
A person who commits a violent act against another Assault
An intentional firm of abuse with the affliction of bodily harm or injury to another Violence
The willful killing of one human being to another Homicide
Vv Domestic violence
Gg Emotional
Gg Sexual
Sk Abuse
Vv Stalking
Hh Assailant
Po Physical
Vt Spousal

Ethics & Legal Terms Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Use (something) to bad effect or for a bad purpose; misuse. Abuse
legal doctrine related to the guilt of someone who aids or abets in the commission of a crime Aiding & Abetting
A threat or attempt to inflict offensive physical contact or bodily harm on a person (as by lifting a fist in a threatening manner) that puts the person in immediate danger of or in apprehension of such harm or contact Assault
An offensive touching or use of force on a person without the person's consent Battery
The issuing of a statement or certificate by a professional organization to a person who has met the requirements of education and/or experience and who meets the standards set by the organization Certification
Threat of kidnapping, extortion, force or violence to be performed immediately or in the future, or the use of parental, custodial, or official authority over a child Coercion
The act of saying false things in order to make people have a bad opinion of someone or something Defamation
A system of moral principles that apply values and judgments to the practice of medicine Ethics
A clear and voluntary indication of preference or choice, usually oral or written, and freely given in circumstances where the available options and their consequences have been made clear (informed consent Expressed Consent
An intentional tort; the intentional unjustified, nonconsensual detention or confinement of a person within fixed boundaries for any length of time. Restraint may be physical, chemical, or emotional False Imprisonment
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (1996) is United States legislation that provides data privacy and security provisions for safeguarding medical information HIPAA
An agreement by a patient to allow disclosure of private health information in cases in which the patient has been informed about the information to be disclosed, the purpose of the disclosure, and his or her right to object to the disclosure, but has not done so. Implied Consent
A formal agreement that a patient signs to give permission for a medical procedure (such as surgery) after having been told about the risks, benefits, etc. Informed Consent
Illicit (i.e., unauthorized) use of documentary materials related to treatment or condition of a patient. Invasion of Privacy
An area of commercial law dealing with a set of contractual, quasi-contractual and non-contractual fiduciary relationships that involve a person, called the agent, that is authorized to act on behalf of another (called the principal) to create legal relations with a third party. Law of Agency
The branch of law that deals with the application of medical knowledge to legal problems. Laws
Responsible by law; legally answerable Liable
A false accusation written, printed, or typewritten, or presented in a picture or a sign that is made with malicious intent to defame the reputation of a person who is living or the memory of a person who is dead, resulting in public embarrassment, contempt, ridicule, or hatred. Libel
The state or condition of having a license granted by official or legal authority to perform medical acts and procedures not permitted by persons without such a license Licensure
Improper, illegal, or negligent professional activity or treatment, especially by a medical practitioner, lawyer, or public official Malpractice
Concerning or relating to what is right and wrong in human behavior Morals
Fail to care for properly Neglect
The failure to do something that a reasonable person of ordinary prudence would do in a certain situation or the doing of something that such a person would not do Negligence

Legal terms Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

_____ law is for disputes between individuals Civil
________ law is for wrongs committed against the state Criminal
lying in court while under oath Perjury
Mens ____ the mental element of a crime (2) rea
Actus ______ the physical element of a crime (2) reus
the party being sued in a lawsuit Respondent
the party suing someone else in a lawsuit Plaintiff
compensation paid to a successful litigant Damages
a previous legal decision that courts rely on to make future decisions Precedent
one of the words in ADR Alternative
a written statement under oath Affidavit
when a higher court reviews the judgement of a lower court trial Appeal
a formal accusation of a serious crime Indictment
money given to the court to ensure that the defendant will return to face trial Bail
_______________ law, used in English Canada, has been developed through case decisions by judges, not by legislation Common
____________ claim: when the defendant in a civil action sues the plaintiff right back Counter
_____________ judgements are made if the defendant in a civil action doesn't appear for the trial Default
a formal meeting before a lawsuit begins in order to disclose information or facts Discovery
to collect money or property via a court order Garnish
testimony given by a witness who tells second hand information, generally not allowed Hearsay
Habeas __________ a court order used to bring a person physically before a court in order to see if there is enough evidence to proceed to criminal trial Corpus
a court order to stop doing, or to start doing, a specific act Injunction
a resolution process where an impartial third party assists to voluntarily reach a mutually acceptable settlement Mediation
release from incarceration after serving part of a sentence Parole
temporarily, or indefinitely, stopping a judicial proceeding Stay
a civil injury or wrong to someone else Tort
_____________ damages: compensation for future lost earnings, or pain and suffering General
_____________ damages are compensation for lost wages or expenses before a civil trial begins Special
an order to appear in court to testify as a witness Subpoena

Family Law Key Terms. Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A court declearing that a marriage never existed. Annulment
relationship by blood. cosanguinity
spouse who begins a divorce action potitioner
begin married to only one spouce at a time monogamy
relationship by marriage decree of nullity
validation of a marriage by sexual intercourse between spouses consunmation
being married to two persons at a time bigamy
inability to consummate the marriage and a ground for annulment impotence
voluntary sexual intercourse by a married person with someone other than her spouse adultery
only valid ground for divorce in Canada marriage breakup
the ability to understand the nature and effect of one's acts, such as marriage capacity
has no legal standing affinity
a family with a mother, father, and their children nuclur family
a court order stating the two spouses were never legally married void
the person being sued for divorce respondent
spouses getting back together, salvaging the marriage reconciliation

Chapter 2 Responsible Parenting Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The ability to reach a certain level of achievement. Potential
Theorist that believed children's devlopment is affected by how well their needs are met. Maslow
Providing the type of care that encourages healthy growth and development. nurture
Court decides a person is no longer able to parent terminationofrights
temporarily gives an agent the power to act in place of the parent powerofattorney
Appointed by the court to take legal responsibility for a child. gaurdian
Intentinal or neglectful physical, emotional, or sexual injory to a child. childabuse
failure to meet a child's basic physical and emotional needs. Childneglect
freed from parental controls and support emancipated
Air, food, water, sleep, health physiologicalneeds
love, affection, belonging socialneeds
self-respect, self-esteem, confidence, appreciation Esteemneeds
Freedom from danger, sense of security safetyneeds
fullfillment, reaching potential selfactualization

Careers in Child Care Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A profession concerned with helping individuals, families, groups and communities to enhance their individual and collective well-being. Social Worker
Help children to make sense of difficult life experiences or complex psychological issues through the activity of play. Play Therapist
Duties include selecting materials for the children's collection, monitoring behavior of children, maintaining collection, and training staff. Children's Librarian
Assist in placing children needing parents with adoptive parents that are looking for children. Adoption Agency
Transport children to and from school. Bus Driver
Specialize in the proper nutritional care of infants and young active pre-adolescent youth. Child Dietician
Someone who studies the mental, social and emotional development of children. Child Psychologist
Interacting with children and organizing their activities on a day-to-day basis Activity Coordinator
The art/practice of taking and processing photographs of children. Child Photographer
Provide a quality, caring and supportive child care program that addresses their unique child care needs. Early Child Educator
Help clients with divorces, guardianships, prenuptial agreements, adoptions, parental rights and custody. Family Law
The voice of child welfare in Ontario for over 100 years, enhancing and promoting the welfare and well-being of children, youth and families. CAS
A person (typically a woman) trained to assist women in childbirth. Midwife
A person, typically a woman, employed to care for a child in its own home. Nanny
A person trained to care for the sick or infirm, especially in a hospital. Nurse
Assists pediatricians by assessing a patient's needs and providing initial patient care. Pediatric Nurse
A type of early childhood educator who instructs children from 2 to age 4. Preschool Teacher
Instruct students in secondary public or private schools in one or more subjects at the secondary level, such as English, mathematics, or social studies. Secondary Teacher
Provide much needed instructional support to classroom teachers and students. Teacher's Aid
Teaching academics to children who are in the hospital either short-term or long-term for various illnesses and conditions. Hospital Teacher

Court Terms Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

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

Mock Trial Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

to clear from charge or accusation Acquit
to hear and settle a case Adjudicate
An act that violates the law Crime
Written declaration made under oath Affidavit
An assertion that must be proved with evidence Allegation
A defendant’s defense against charges Answer
Transferring a case to a higher court for review Appeal
Hears court appeals and reviews decisions Appellate court
Objecting that admits facts of an opponent’s argument that denies they sustain pleading Demurrer
To call the accused to answer the charge Arraignment
Someone’s specific attorney Attorney At Law
Responsible for the case Attorney of record
Assessing the cause of death and examining the cadaver Autopsy
Money in exchange for release of the arrested, in guarantee that they’ll come to trial Bail
Court attendant who keeps order Bailiff
Responsible of proving a charge or allegation Burden of Proof
Facts or evidence in support of claim Case
Hall for trials and court Chambers
Laws of a nation dealing with rights of citizens Civil Law
Summing up important arguments, after seeing evidence Closing Argument
Filed in court against someone, by a plaintiff Complaint
When someone is officially guilty of a crime Conviction
Someone who investigates suspicious deaths Coroner
One who gives advice on legal matters Counsel
Group of people who make decisions about legal cases, and the time when this happens Court
When the accused is charged and judged Criminal action
System for those who commit (or are accused of) crimes Criminal law
Witness is interrogated/extends testimony Cross Examination
Award as compensation for loss/injury, usually money Damages
The accused party Defendant
Questioning a witness Direct Examination
Fair treatment of anyone in court Due Process Of Law
Anything giving information on the case(documents, testimony, items) Evidence
Document or article that is inspected; a form of evidence Exhibit
Crime that is more serious than a misdemeanor Felony
Formal charge for crime Indictment
Court order that prohibits a party of from specific action Injunction
Witnesses must leave the room when someone is appealing to the judge Invoke the Rule
One who hears and decides on court of law Judge
Right to interpret and apply law Jurisdiction
A jury of 12-23 people Jury Grand
Sits at civil and criminal cases Jury Petit