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Word Search
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Prosecutor
lawer
guilty
conviction
accomplice
address
apprentice
blood
clue
crime
dawn
dusk
establishment
gun
killer
knife
magnifyingglass
murdermystery
plot
postcode
redhanded
sherlock
solve
theory
watson
weapon
witness

Murder Mystery Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Dept
killed
beheaded
execution
stoned
witch
cereal
killer
punishment
capital
hang
Murder
Kill
Holmes
Sherlock

Crime Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

postmortem
obvious
forensic
suspicious
fishy
guilty
proof
clue
evidence
accomplice
witness
culprit
suspect
victim
solve
investigate
criminal
motive
alibi
blood
spatter
DNA
shoeprint
fingerprint
swabs
biometrics
fluorescence
detective
chemicals

Legal Terminology Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A legal determination that a person who has been charged with a crime is innocent. acquittal
A request for a higher court to review a decision made by a lower court. appeal
When the accused is brought before the court to hear the charges against the person to plead guilty or not guilty. arraignment
The result of a criminal trial in which a person is found guilty. conviction
The questioning of a witness by the lawyer for the opposing side. Cross-examination
The first questioning in a trial of a witness by the lawyer who called that witness. direct-examination
An accusation of a crime, made against a person by a grand jury upon the request of a prosecutor. Indictment
An accusation of a crime, made against a person by the prosecutor. Information
A trial that becomes invalid, is essentially canceled, because of a mistake in procedure. mistrial
How a lawyer asks the judge to make a decision. motion
The opposing side finds fault with the question being asked the witness. objection
The judge, following an objection, decides the questions may continue. overruled
The punishment given to a person who has been convicted of a crime. sentence
The judge, following an objection, agrees that the line of questioning should not continue. sustained
The decision of guilty or not guilty that is handed down by the jury. verdict
The way a judge is addressed in a courtroom. Your Honor

Mystery Vocabulary Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Escape
Sentence
Police
Tricks
Snoop
Secrets
Truth
Intrigue
Lies
Footprints
Twist
Plot
Danger
Disguises
Accuse
Who Dunnit
Spy
Magnifying Glass
Fingerprints
Eye Witness
Suspect
Sleuth
Red Herring
Motive
Mystery
Hunch
Evidence
Detective
Deduction
Crime
Clue
Breakthrough
Alibi

MYSTERY WORD SEARCH

Type
Word Search
Description

ALIBI
BEWITCH
CAPTIVE
CHILLING
CLUE
CONFESSION
CRIME
CRIMINAL
DECEPTION
DECODE
DETECTIVE
DISGUISE
EMBEZZLE
ESPIONAGE
EVIDENCE
EYEWITNESS
FINGERPRINT
HIDEOUT
HOAX
HOSTAGE
IMPOSTER
JINX
LARCENY
MOTIVE
MURDER
MYSTERY
PUZZLING
RANSOM
SECRET
SLEUTH
SMUGGLE
SNOOP
SOLVE
SPY
SUSPECT
SUSPENSE
THIEF
THUG
VICTIM
VILLAIN

Time Detective Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

mystery
estimate
magnifying glass
clock
clues
notepad
explore
solve
practice
learn
organize
investigate
time
detective

Sherlock Holmes Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

"its ________ my dear Watson." elementary
__________ is Sherlocks brother. mycroft
Sherlock Holmes and John Watson live on ___________________ Bakers Street
Dr. John ________ Watson
Detective __________ Holmes sherlock
Sherlock plays the ________ Violin
Someone who comitted a crime. Crimanal
He has comitted a _________ crime
"im making a ___________" deduction
"Know your _______ Mycroft" facts
The _________ is out secret
We found a dead ________. Body
I've solved the ________ case
I found a ________. clue
The _________ is on the loose killer
The sherlock Holmes series are _________ books. mystery
Sherlocks adress. 221B
Another name for a taxi. Cab
Sherlocks ____________. theory
we need to ____________. investegate
The British police force. Scottland yard
John and Sherlock love _____. Tea
There was a ___________ at the bank. robbery
"Listen to ________ Sherlock." reason
"molly dont call the __________" police
John and Sherlockes landlord. mrs hutson
Magnifing _______. glass
Theres been a ____________. MUrder
who is the Sherlocks nemesis? JIm Moriarty
This story takes place in__________. London

Mystery Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Can you solve all these mystery words? Mystery
shows the major events suspense story
A discovery that helps solve the crime Breakthrough
A fact or object that gives infromation Clue
An excuse that an accused person shows Alibi
An investigator Detective
A thing or statement Evidence
A guess or feeling not based on facts hunch
A reason that a person does something Motive
Person has a motive of commiting the crime Suspect
A person who saw what happened at the state of the crime Witness
False or misleading clues Red herrings

Courtroom Vocabulary Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

evidence
acquittal
plaintiff
district attorney
prosecutor
witness
testimony
overruled
reasonable doubt
objection
jury
judge
defendant
convicted
contempt
closing argument
circumstantial evidence
bench

Crime fiction Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Torn
Detective
Investigation
Witness
Killer
Distraught
Evidence
Crime scene
Sorrow
Sherlock Holmes
Victim
Murder