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1. Choose the correct answer: A/An is a writ issued by a court of justice requiring a person to appear before the court at a specified time. a invocation . b order . c subpoena . d warrant .

ANS: . !"S: 1 #. Choose the correct answer: A/An is a written statement which is signed and sworn before a so$icitor and which can then be used as evidence in court hearings. a injunction . b affidavit . c indictment . d warrant .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 &. Choose the correct answer: "he writ ordering a person to be brought before a court or judge' so that the court may ascertain whether his detention is $awfu$ is ca$$ed . . a certiorari . b (abeas orpus . c capias . d ratio $egis .

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!"S: 1 ). hoose the correct answer: "he app$ication of the writ of (abeas orpus' a$so ca$$ed the *reat +rit: a has never been suspended throughout ,nited States history. . b has been suspended during times of war -the ivi$ +ar. and nationa$ crisis. . c has been suspended whenever the new$y e$ected president of the ,nited States so . decided.

ANS: % . !"S: 1 /. Chose the correct definition: An amendment is . a an officia$ approva$ of something which then becomes $ega$$y binding. . b a forma$ proposa$ to be discussed and voted on in a debate or meeting. . c an addition' a$teration or improvement to a motion or document. . d a decision made by a judge or magistrate. .

ANS: . !"S: 1 0. Choose the correct answer: A/An is a written statement of the detai$s of the crime with which someone is charged in the ourt. a comp$aint . b a$$egation . c verdict . d indictment .

ANS: 1 . !"S: 1 2. Choose the correct answer:

As a genera$ ru$e' with the e3ception of minors' menta$$y disordered persons and drun4en persons' a$$ natura$ persons have fu$$ contractua$ . a intention . b consideration . c capacity . d acceptance .

ANS: . !"S: 1 5. Choose the correct answer: 6f a product .. suit is contested' the defendant7s response is usua$$y to argue that the product was free of defects. a industria$ . b pa$imony . c unre$iabi$ity . d $iabi$ity .

ANS: 1 . !"S: 1 8. Choose the correct answer: 1avid 9ran4 had to pay heavy .............. to his former emp$oyer' p$us additiona$ $ega$ costs. a damages . b remedy . c charges . d damage .

ANS: A . !"S: 1 1:. Choose the correct answer: A ;.............. contract7 inc$udes any contract enforceab$e under statutory or common $aw. a good faith

. b $awfu$ . c witnessed . d trustworthy .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 11. Choose the correct answer: "he 9irst Amendment protects the ...... of the press in the ,.S. of America. a emancipation . b de$iverance . c re$ease . d freedom .

ANS: 1 . !"S: 1 1#. Choose the ocrrect answer: "he reporter was ca$$ed to testify before a ........ concerning his 4now$edge of the drug activities reported in his artic$es. a great jury< . b $arge jury< . c majestic jury< . d grand jury. .

ANS: 1 . !"S: 1 1&. Choose the correct answer: An order from a higher court demanding that a $ower court send up the record of a case for review is ca$$ed ............ . a indictment< . b subpoena< .

c certiorari< . d (abeas orpus. .

ANS: . !"S: 1 1). Choose the correct legal collocation: a to a$$ow certiorari< . b to give certiorari< . c to present certiorari< . d to grant certiorari. .

ANS: 1 . !"S: 1 1/. In the sentence: No cruel punishments shall be inflicted upon the prisoners. the verb to inflict means: a to cause something painfu$ or unp$easant to be suffered by someone e$se< . b to cause e3treme physica$ pain to someone in order to e3tract information. . c to harm someone without any reason. .

ANS: A . !"S: 1 10. In the sentence: The rights presented in the Constitution shall not be construed. the verb to construe means: a to comment upon the meaning of something. . b to misunderstand the meaning of something< . c to interpret the meaning of something. .

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12. In the sentence: The news about the NSAs eavesdropping programs' the verb to eavesdrop means: a to $et one7s ears drop< . b to $isten secret$y to the private conversation of others< . c to whisper secrets to someone7s ear. .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 15. In the sentence: The federal government has vowed to prosecute, the verb to vow means: a to p$edge' promise' or underta4e so$emn$y< . b to pronounce a vowe$< . c to ta4e a so$emn oath. .

ANS: A . !"S: 1 18. In the sentence: The government must prove beyond any reasonable doubt that, the phrase beyond any reasonable doubt means: a giving someone the benefit of the doubt< . b beyond any suspicion of gui$t< . c a$most certain proof needed to convict a person in a crimina$ case. .

ANS: . !"S: 1 #:. In the phrase: ...obtaining information respecting the national defense' the word respecting means: a regarding' concerning< . b obeying' not vio$ating< . c showing or having respect for. .

ANS: A .

!"S: 1 #1. In the sentence: To convict a person for disclosing classified information, the e3pression to disclose information means: a to ma4e information 4nown< . b to receive money in e3change of information< . c to $oo4 for more information. .

ANS: A . !"S: 1 ##. In the sentence: The FCS will forfeit the assets of those engaged in federal crimes. the verb to forfeit means: a to se$$ something at a $ower price< . b to confiscate something as a pena$ty for an offence' breach of contract< . c to destroy or damage something by an act of vanda$ism. .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 #&. In the sentence: Man organi!ations defraud the public and private health care s stems. the verb to defraud means: a to destroy or damage something especia$$y by secret means< . b to $ega$$y provide or obtain funds' capita$' or credit for something< . c to i$$ega$$y obtain money' rights' property -from someone. by fraud. .

ANS: . !"S: 1 #). In the sentence: The "TA#A amended the fraud chapter of title $% of the &nited States Code ' the verb to amend means: a to a$ter or revise -$egis$ation' a constitution' etc.. by forma$ procedure< . b to ma4e someone pay a certain amount of money e3acted as a pena$ty< . c to judge -something. with disapprova$< censure. .

ANS: A .

!"S: 1 #/. In the sentence: "dentit fraud involves the misappropriation of another person's personal identif ing information ' the verb to misappropriate means: a to have as one=s property/to own< . b to appropriate for a wrong or dishonest use/to embe>>$e or stea$ smth< . c to give -a person. wrong directions or instructions. .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 #0. In the sentence: Criminals use this information to run up debts on another person's account ' the e3pression to run up debts means: a to get rid of one7s debts by running< . b to pay bac4 one7s debts< . c to amass/accumu$ate or incur debts. .

ANS: . !"S: 1 #2. In the sentence: Criminals use this information to take over e(isting financial accounts.' the e3pression to take over means: a to cance$ the va$idity of / abo$ish< . b to assume the contro$ or management of< . c to e3amine / investigate smth for accuracy. .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 #5. In the phrase: ... to provide an appropriate penalty for each offense' the word penalty means: a a handicap awarded against a p$ayer or team for i$$ega$ p$ay' such as a free shot at goa$ . by the opposing team' $oss of points' etc< b $oss' suffering' or other unfortunate resu$t of one=s own action' error< . c a $ega$ or officia$ punishment' such as a term of imprisonment. .

ANS: . !"S: 1 #8. In the sentence: "n e(change for kickbacks, some patients undergo unwarranted medical procedures, the word kickbacks means: a money given to a person to ensure that something is 4ept secret< . b money to be paid as compensation to a person for injury' $oss' etc< . c money or va$uab$es used as a bribe< . d i$$ega$ commission paid to someone who he$ps in a business dea$. .

ANS: 1 . !"S: 1 &:. In the sentence: )ithout an indictment from a grand *ur , prosecutors cannot bring charges against an individual. the $ega$ term indictment means: a acquitta$< . b an officia$ written statement accusing someone of a crime or an offence< . c an informa$ statement saying that someone is gui$ty of a crime< . d a$$egation. .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 &1. In the sentence: The &.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear +ran!burgs cases. the verb to hear means: a to accidenta$$y $isten to what someone is saying< . b to $isten to what the p$aintiff has to say< . c to $isten to a$$ the facts in a case in a court of $aw in order to ma4e a $ega$ decision. .

ANS: . !"S: 1 &#. In the sentence: ,udge -a es states that the freedom of the press is not above the law. the phrase to be above the law means:

a . b . c . d .

not to have to obey the $aw< to obey the $aw< to critici>e the $aw< to enforce the $aw.

ANS: A . !"S: 1 &&. In the sentence: The third law er rebutted some of the allegations contained in the notice. the verb to rebut means: a to prove that the statements are wrong' offering convincing arguments< . b to support the statements with convincing arguments< . c to deny the a$$egations' without offering convincing arguments. .

ANS: A . !"S: 1 &). Choose the synonymous term for the adjective counterfeit, considering the following examples: counterfeit documents.notes: a forged . b embe>>$ed . c i$$ega$ . d fraudu$ent .

ANS: A . !"S: 1 &/. Choose the correct answer: !6N is the abbreviation of . a !ersona$ 6dentity Name< . b !ersona$ 6dentification Number< . c !ersona$ 6nformation Number. .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 &0. Choose the English equivalent for the Latin legal phrase nolle prosequi: a ;do not fo$$ow7 crimina$s: interdiction issued by the ourt to po$ice officers< . b ;do not pursue7: power used by the Attorney?*enera$ to stop a crimina$ tria$< . c ;do not re$ease crimina$s from prison7. .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 &2. Choose the English equivalent for the Latin legal phrase quid pro quo: a ;one thing for another7: action done in return for something done or promised< . b with the authority of /on beha$f of< . c ;because of $ac4 of care7: decision wrong$y made by a court -which does not therefore set . a precedent..

ANS: A . !"S: 1 &5. In the sentence: The ta(pa er does not have locus standi in this court. the @atin phrase locus standi means: a ;p$ace to stay7: right to witness a tria$ in a court of $aw< . b ;p$ace of the sea$7: used to show where to put the sea$ on a document< . c ;p$ace to stand7: right to appear and be heard in a court. .

ANS: . !"S: 1 &8. In the sentence: The same ratio legis is found in the laws of continental /uropean countries. the @atin phrase ratio legis means: a ;reason for deciding7: main part of a court judgment setting out the $ega$ princip$es . app$icab$e to the case<

b ;reason of the $aw7: the princip$e behind a $aw< . c ;reason of the court7: the argument the court has for the fina$ ru$ing in a case. .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 ):. In the sentence: A writ ne exeat regno can be issued to prevent the embe!!ler from leaving the countr . the Latin phrase ne exeat regno means: a ;do not $eave the country7: interdiction addressed to a debtor that is being prosecuted< . b ;do not pursue7: power used by the Attorney?*enera$ to stop a crimina$ tria$< . c ;do not $eave the house7: interdiction addressed to an offender p$aced under house arrest. .

ANS: A . !"S: 1 )1. In the sentence: The secretar signed per pro the manager. the Latin phrase per pro means: a the person who signs at the foot of a document< . b with the authority of /on beha$f of< . c forging the signature of a superior in his/her absence. .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 )#. In the sentence: For further information, see the documents listed hereunder. the text reference word hereunder means: a at the bottom of a document< . b under the signature of the person who signs the documents< . c under this heading or be$ow this phrase. .

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)&. In the sentence: This case will henceforth be 0nown under the name of State vs. ,ohnson. the text reference word henceforth means: a from this time on< . b stated $ater in this document< . c according to this document. .

ANS: A . !"S: 1 )). In the sentence: The case proceeded notwithstanding the ob*ections of the defendant. the text reference word notwithstanding means: a consequent$y< . b in spite of< . c by whatever means. .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 )/. In the sentence: "n criminal law, mens rea is usuall one of the necessar elements of a crime. the Latin term mens rea means: a ;good wi$$7: a fee$ing of benevo$ence' approva$' and 4ind$y interest< . b ;wi$fu$ misconduct7: behaviour which may harm someone and which is 4nown to be . wrong< c ;gui$ty mind7: menta$ state required to be gui$ty of committing a crime. .

ANS: . !"S: 1 )0. In the sentence: -e got an injunction preventing the compan from selling his car. the legal term injunction means: a act of bringing someone to court to answer a charge< . b ban or written court order' te$$ing someone not to do something< . c court order compe$$ing someone to stop doing something or not to do something. .

ANS: . !"S: 1 )2. In the sentence: "f a contract isnt signed b both parties, is it legall binding1 the legal term binding means: a which $ega$$y forces someone to do something< . b which is acceptab$e because it is true< . c which is open to negotiation. .

ANS: A . !"S: 1 )5. Choose the correct answer: Amendment 6A of the onstitution of the ,nited States of America prohibits: a the security of peop$e7s $ives' houses' papers and effects< . b any unauthori>ed searches and sei>ures without a va$id warrant' $ega$$y issued for a . specific purpose< c peop$e7s rights to offer resistance to having their houses searched without a va$id . warrant.

ANS: % . !"S: 1 )8. Choose the correct answer: Amendment A of the onstitution of the ,nited States of America stipu$ates that: a no person sha$$ be he$d responsib$e for a crime without the right to spea4 in front of the . *rand Bury< b no person sha$$ be forced to answer for a crime in front of the *rand Bury< . c no person sha$$ be 4ept in custody without an indictment of a *rand Bury. .

ANS: . !"S: 1 /:. Choose the correct answer: Amendment 6C of the onstitution of the ,nited States of America says that: a the rights stipu$ated in the onstitution can be interpreted and app$ied as everyone . p$eases<

b . c .

the rights stipu$ated in the onstitution sha$$ not be misconstrued so as to undermine others that peop$e ho$d dear< the rights stipu$ated in the onstitution can a$ways be amended in accordance with the o$d ones that peop$e treasure.

ANS: % . !"S: 1 /1. Choose the correct verbal tense: 6f participants . any prob$ems with the monitoring equipment' they must notify officers immediate$y. a wi$$ e3perience . b e3perience . c e3periences . d wou$d e3perience .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 /#. Choose the correct verbal tense: 6f the defendant has a prior crimina$ record' his sentence harsher. a wi$$ be . b is . c wou$d be . d shou$d be .

ANS: A . !"S: 1 /&. Choose the correct verbal tense: A grand jury decides if there a probab$e cause to indict -accuse. individua$s or corporations on crimina$ charges based upon the evidence presented. a wi$$ be . b has been . c is .

d wou$d be .

ANS: . !"S: 1 /). Choose the correct answer: 6f a person ... that he/she has been wrongfu$$y imprisoned' he/she . the right to cha$$enge the $ega$ity of their confinement. a be$ieve' wi$$ have . b wi$$ be$ieve' may have . c be$ieves' may have . d has be$ieved' wi$$ have .

ANS: . !"S: 1 //. Choose the correct verbal tense: 6f the writ of habeas corpus ... ' the prisoner wi$$ be brought into court. a wi$$ be issued . b is issued . c had been issued . d were issued .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 /0. Choose the correct answer: 6f' after hearing both sides' the court that the grounds for the confinement are i$$ega$' the petitioner . a finds' is re$eased . b wi$$ find' is re$eased . c has found' had been re$eased . d found' wi$$ be re$eased .

ANS: A . !"S: 1 /2. Choose the correct answer: 6f 6 had 4nown what an open?ended question is' 6 ... my $ast e3am. a wi$$ pass . b wou$d pass . c wi$$ have passed . d wou$d have passed .

ANS: 1 . !"S: 1 /5. Choose the correct answer: 6f you were such a good $awyer' your arguments ... in the present situation. a wi$$ ho$d up . b wou$d ho$d up . c wou$d he$d up . d wou$d had he$d up .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 /8. Choose the correct answer: 6f you ... the devi$7s advocate and . some e3ceptions to the $awyers7 argument' we cou$d have won our $ast case. a have p$ayed' -have. found . b p$ay' find . c wou$d have p$ayed' -wou$d have. found . d had p$ayed' -had. found .

ANS: 1 . !"S: 1 0:. Choose the correct answer: 6f you ... journa$ists covering the Supreme ourt' what wou$d you write in a murder case artic$eD a are . b were . c had been . d have been .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 01. Choose the correct answer: 6f the defendant were found gui$ty' the jury the appropriate sentence' a $ife term or death. a wi$$ then determine . b wou$d then determine . c might then determine . d wou$d then have determined .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 0#. Choose the correct verbal tense: 6f the sentence of death for rape ... the Eighth Amendment' the rapist may receive a $ife sentence. a vio$ates . b is vio$ated . c wi$$ vio$ate . d has vio$ated .

ANS: A .

!"S: 1 0&. Choose the correct answer: Budges the authority to ho$d journa$ists in contempt of court' if reporters ... to comp$y with an order to revea$ the identity of unnamed sources. a had' refused . b have' refuse . c have' wou$d refuse . d have' wi$$ have refused .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 0). Choose the correct answer: 6f the grand jury its proceedings in secret' requiring a journa$ist to revea$ confidentia$ sources wou$d have been considered prosecutoria$ abuse. a had conducted . b has conducted . c conducted . d wou$d have conducted .

ANS: A . !"S: 1 0/. Choose the correct answer: 6f a journa$ist7s source is engaged in i$$ega$ activities and that the journa$ist cou$d be required to identify him/her' the source ... hesitant to ta$4. a 4new' wou$d be . b 4nows' wi$$ be . c is 4nown' wi$$ be . d wi$$ 4now' wi$$ be .

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!"S: 1 00. Choose the correct answer: 6f reporters . to identify their confidentia$ sources before a grand jury' the press wi$$ not tru$y be free. a wi$$ be forced . b must be forced . c are forced . d can be forced .

ANS: . !"S: 1 02. Choose the correct answer: ,n$ess you . things out' we sha$$ have to go to court. a don7t wor4 . b wor4 . c wi$$ wor4 . d won7t wor4 .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 05. Choose the correct answer: 6f the pedestrian ... by a po$iceman' the former shou$d have made a comp$aint to the nearest po$ice station. a had been assau$ted . b is assau$ted . c wi$$ be assau$ted . d is to be assau$ted .

ANS: A . !"S: 1 08. Choose the correct answer:

6f the journa$ist7s story crimina$ activity' he wou$d have reported it. a has invo$ved . b invo$ves . c had invo$ved . d wi$$ invo$ve .

ANS: . !"S: 1 2:. Choose the correct answer: 6f a prosecutor ... a grand jury investigation in bad faith' journa$ists might have a right to refuse to revea$ their sources. a were conducting . b is conducting . c had been conducting . d wi$$ be conducting .

ANS: A . !"S: 1 21. Choose the correct answer: 6f the students enro$$ed in the Bourna$ism c$ass hadn7t chosen eye?catching tit$es for their artic$es' nobody ........................... them. a wi$$ read . b wou$dn7t have read . c has read . d wou$d have read .

ANS: 1 . !"S: 1 2#. Choose the correct answer:

6f the teacher ............ the artic$es from being pub$ished in the paper' the students wou$dn7t have brought suit to the ,.S. 1istrict ourt for the Eastern 1istrict of Fissouri. a hadn7t prohibited . b hasn7t prohibited . c wou$dn7t have brought . d prohibited .

ANS: A . !"S: 1 2&. Choose the correct answer: "he hac4er who has ta4en upon himse$f to pry about in persona$ e?mai$s wi$$ be prosecuted if they ..... hard evidence against him. a find . b wi$$ find . c wi$$ have found . d finds .

ANS: A . !"S: 1 2). Choose the correct answer: "om wou$dn7t have hidden the murder weapon if he ...... innocent. a wou$d have been . b had been . c has been . d wou$d be .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 2/. Choose the correct answer: Gou .................. a chance to enjoy your freedom if your previous conduct had been better.

a . b . c . d .

might have had might had might had had might has

ANS: A . !"S: 1 20. Choose the correct answer: Gou cou$d have served your sentence in $ess than three wee4s if you ...... to 1:: hour community wor4. a have been sentenced . b had been sentenced . c wou$d be sentenced . d were sentenced .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 22. Choose the corresponding main clause to match the following if clause: ........................... if the schoo$ newspaper were written by members of an e3tracurricu$ar c$ubD a "he ru$ing in that case wou$d have been different ... . b +ou$d the ru$ing in that case have been different ... . c +i$$ the ru$ing in that case have been different ... . d "he ru$ing in that case wi$$ have been different ... .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 25. Choose the correct answer: "om wi$$ be re$eased to the community if the ourt ............. that he is e$igib$e for the home confinement program. a wi$$ decide . b decide

. c decides . d wou$d decide .

ANS: . !"S: 1 28. Choose the correct answer: "he press cannot tru$y be free un$ess it ..... at $iberty to report on stories of pub$ic interest' i.e. the drug crisis. a is not . b is . c wi$$ be . d wi$$ not be .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 5:. Choose the correct answer: 6f reporters have to identify their confidentia$ sources before a grand jury' they ............. stories of pub$ic interest. a wi$$ not be ab$e to pub$ish . b wi$$ be ab$e not to pub$ish . c wou$dn7t have been ab$e to pub$ish . d wou$d have been ab$e not to pub$ish .

ANS: A . !"S: 1 51. Choose the correct answer: 6f a reporter is forced to revea$ his sources' $aw enforcement ............ a few crimina$s. a is being ab$e to apprehend . b may be to apprehend . c may be ab$e to apprehend .

d be ab$e to apprehend .

ANS: . !"S: 1 5#. Choose the correct answer: certiorari by a higher court' it means that the justices have decided to $et the $ower court7s decision stand. a 6f is denied . b ,n$ess is denied . c 6f is not denied . d ,n$ess is not denied .

ANS: A . !"S: 1 5&. Choose the correct answer: Gou had better .................... your crimes right now' when you sti$$ have a chance. a to confess . b confessing . c confess . d have confessed .

ANS: . !"S: 1 5). Choose the correct answer: 6 wou$d rather .......... the rest of my $ife in jai$ than confess to a crime 6 did not commit. a spend . b to spend . c spending . d spent .

ANS: A . !"S: 1 5/. Choose the correct answer: "he snitch made me .............. my rape charges' threatening me with a gun. a to drop . b drop . c dropping . d to have dropped .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 50. Choose the correct answer: "he end justifies the means< after a$$' he didn7t $et me .......... which option was the best for my difficu$t situation. a decide . b deciding . c to decide . d being to decide .

ANS: A . !"S: 1 52. Choose the correct answer: @et7s just ............. for the rest of the afternoonH a recessing . b to recess . c to have recessed . d recess .

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!"S: 1 55. Choose the correct answer: +hy not ................. your case $ater' when we have further information. a to discuss . b sha$$ we discuss . c discuss . d discussing .

ANS: . !"S: 1 58. Choose the correct answer: (e is far too une3perienced ......... to chief justice. a to being promoted . b to be promoted . c to has been promoted . d being promoted .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 8:. Choose the correct answer: "he po$ice are said . on this case for many months' without any resu$ts so far. a to be wor4ing . b to have been wor4ing . c to had wor4ed . d to being wor4ing .

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81. Choose the correct answer: "hough my paro$e officer is s4i$$ed at interviewing' counse$$ing and assessing human behaviour' he doesn7t appear ....... their opinion on this matter. a sharing . b to share . c to being sharing . d share .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 8#. Choose the correct answer: Apparent$y' professiona$ crimina$s tend ... to the scene of the crime. a to have returned . b returning . c to be returned . d to return .

ANS: 1 . !"S: 1 8&. Choose the correct answer: "he ourt is thought ... unjust$y . him to 1: years in prison' without any possibi$ity of paro$e. a to . sentence . b to have sentenced . c to having sentenced . d to being sentenced .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 8). Choose the correct answer:

Severa$ high?security measures need before hearing the witnesses. a be ta4en . b ta4en . c to be ta4en . d to have been ta4en .

ANS: . !"S: 1 8/. Choose the correct answer: (e recommended us ... an appea$ as soon as the verdict was pronounced. a to ma4e . b ma4ing . c to have made . d ma4e .

ANS: A . !"S: 1 80. Choose the correct answer: +e are sure that he didn7t mean ... perjury< he was just too afraid ... the truth. a committing' to te$$ . b to commit' to te$$ . c to have committed' te$$ing . d commit' to be te$$ing .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 82. Choose the correct answer: "hey made him ... under duress' without a$$owing his $awyer ... present during the cross?e3amination. a to spea4' to be

. b spea4ing' being . c to be spea4ing' to be . d spea4' to be .

ANS: 1 . !"S: 1 85. Choose the correct answer: 6 hate you but our witness seems it after a$$. a to interrupt' to have made . b interrupting' to ma4e . c to interrupting' to have made . d interrupt' to ma4e .

ANS: A . !"S: 1 88. Choose the correct answer: Everybody hates ................ $aw e3penses' especia$$y when they have e3ceeded a$$ e3pectations. a to pay . b paying . c to be paid . d to be paying .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 1::. Choose the correct answer: 6 $oo4 forward to ...................you in ourtH +e sha$$ sett$e things then. a seeing . b see .

c have seen . d saw .

ANS: A . !"S: 1 1:1. Choose the correct answer: ;9ind me a good $awyerH 6 don7t want to ris4 .................. the rest of my $ife in jai$.7 a spending . b to spend . c having spended . d spend .

ANS: A . !"S: 1 1:#. Choose the correct answer: 6 advised him ................. to court and accuse him of conspiracy crimes against humanity. a to go . b going . c to going . d to have gone .

ANS: A . !"S: 1 1:&. Choose the correct answer: She decided to drop a$$ the charges' .................... of first?degree murder. a $est he shou$d be accused . b so that he may be accused . c $est he shou$d not be accused . d for fear he is accused

ANS: A . !"S: 1 1:). Choose the correct answer: Fy $awyer suggested that 6 ......................... on$ine $ega$ advice a $ong time ago. a had ta4en . b shou$d have ta4en . c cou$d ta4e . d shou$d ta4e .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 1:/. Choose the correct answer: "he judge required that the bai$iff ........................ the defendant' who wi$$ sit in the doc4. a sha$$ ca$$ . b must ca$$ . c shou$d ca$$ . d had ca$$ed .

ANS: . !"S: 1 1:0. Choose the correct answer: ;Sha$$ we proceedD 6t7s no use ................ for the defence witness who has contradicted his previous testimonyH7 a to wait . b having to wait . c waiting . d wait .

ANS: . !"S: 1 1:2. Choose the correct answer: ;67m sorry Gour (onour' but 6 can7 t he$p .............. when 6 spea4 about my deceased son.7 a crying . b not to cry . c not crying . d cry .

ANS: A . !"S: 1 1:5. Choose the correct answer: "hey arrived home ..................... that the house had been burg$ed. a finding . b having found . c to find . d to have found .

ANS: . !"S: 1 1:8. Choose the correct answer: 1espite ........................ jai$ed for drug crimes five years ago' he has just been ta4en into custody for the same count. a to have been . b having been . c to being . d having to be .

ANS: % .

!"S: 1 11:. Choose the correct answer: %ritish Airways regret ........................... that the f$ight %A /)1 from !aris has been cance$$ed. a announcing . b having announced . c to announce . d announce .

ANS: . !"S: 1 111. Choose the correct answer: (e cou$dn7t he$p ...................... that the defendant showed no remorse for his actions. a not to notice . b not having noticed . c noticing . d notice .

ANS: . !"S: 1 11#. Choose the correct answer: "he state judge a$$owed him ............... his court?appointed $awyers and represent himse$f at tria$. a to fire . b firing . c to have fired . d fire .

ANS: A . !"S: 1 11&. Choose the correct answer:

6 suggest ...................... upon the case after the respondent7s rebutta$. a to de$iberate . b de$iberating . c to be de$iberating . d de$iberate .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 11). Choose the correct answer: "he judge admitted ..................... bribe from one of his defendants months before the tria$. a to ta4e . b to be ta4ing . c having ta4en . d having too4 .

ANS: . !"S: 1 11/. Choose the correct answer: (e finds it hard ..................... the corrupt system of justice in this third wor$d country. a enduring . b to endure . c having endured . d for him to endure .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 110. Choose the correct answer: (e has been charged with ................ and ma$icious destruction of property and has been ta4en into custody. a tresapass .

b trespassing . c tresspassing . d to trespass .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 112. Choose the correct answer: "he defendant admitted .. in the bui$ding at the time of the robbery' but denied ..................... the security guard. a to have been' to have shot . b to be' to shoot . c having been' having shot . d to having been' having shoot .

ANS: . !"S: 1 115. Choose the correct answer: 6t surprises me ................. that he has been accused of money $aundering. a hearing . b to have heard . c to hear . d being heard .

ANS: . !"S: 1 118. Choose the correct answer: "he so$icitor advised his c$ient .............. the affidavit which cou$d then be used as evidence in court hearings. a to sign . b to have signed .

c signing . d sign .

ANS: A . !"S: 1 1#:. Choose the correct answer: +ou$d you mind ................. a c$ose?up photograph of the crime?scene before tagging each item of evidenceD a to ta4e . b ta4e . c being ta4en . d ta4ing .

ANS: 1 . !"S: 1 1#1. Choose the correct answer: "he investigator ordered that a$$ unauthori>ed persons such as newspaper reporters or te$evision crews ..................... we$$ away from the crime?scene. a sha$$ be 4ept . b wi$$ be 4ept . c shou$d be 4ept . d being 4ept .

ANS: . !"S: 1 1##. Choose the correct answer: In being cross?e3amined' her husband strong$y denied a gun at her. a to have pointed . b having pointed . c to point .

d being pointed .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 1#&. Choose the correct answer: +e 4eep . the $aw?ma4ers that new $aws shou$d be instituted against pub$ic corruption. a te$$ing . b to be te$$ing . c being to$d . d having te$$ .

ANS: A . !"S: 1 1#). Choose the correct answer: A$$ foreigners comp$ain that they are not used to ... on the $eft side of the road. a drive . b have to drive . c driving . d having driven .

ANS: . !"S: 1 1#/. Choose the correct answer: 67d rather you my prior crimina$ record to your parents when 6 as4 for your hand in marriage. a don7t mention . b didn7t mention . c aren7t mentioning . d won7t mention .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 1#0. Choose the correct answer: 6f on$y you . me ear$ier about your previous convictionH a inform . b had informed . c informed . d informing .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 1#2. Choose the correct answer: Even if they . wi$$ing to testify against him' the sentence wou$d have remained the same. a were . b are . c having been . d had been .

ANS: 1 . !"S: 1 1#5. Choose the correct answer: 6t7s time they with a so$ution against internationa$ e3tradition. a came up . b had come . c wi$$ come up . d shou$d come up .

ANS: A .

!"S: 1 1#8. Choose the correct answer: (e was so an3ious to $eave the court room as if he ... convicted to a $ife?time in jai$. a has been . b had been . c were . d having been .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 1&:. Choose the correct answer: 6 wish the po$ice a$$ the witnesses under the witness protection program< now it7s too $ate for thisH a p$aced . b had p$aced . c shou$d p$ace . d to p$ace .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 1&1. Choose the correct answer: Suppose you of espionage' what wou$d you do to defend yourse$fD a are accused . b shou$d be accused . c were accused . d are being accused .

ANS: . !"S: 1

1&#. Choose the correct answer: 6t7s high time somebody ... him of ban4ruptcy fraud crimesH a suspected . b had suspected . c shou$d suspect . d suspect .

ANS: A . !"S: 1 1&&. Choose the correct answer: 6f on$y they ... more resources to ta4ing care of their c$ientsH a investing . b have been investing . c shou$d invest . d were investing .

ANS: 1 . !"S: 1 1&). Choose the correct answer: Suppose the court .................. you to testify against your friend' what wou$d you doD a summons . b wi$$ summon . c summoned . d shou$d summoned .

ANS: . !"S: 1 1&/. Choose the correct answer: "he jury wou$d rather the defendant ................... deceptive on the po$ygraph test the previous wee4. a hadn7t been

. b weren7t . c wou$dn7t have been . d having been .

ANS: A . !"S: 1 1&0. Choose the correct answer: She wishes the opposing $awyer .............. to see any new evidence before deposition. a isn7t entit$ed . b weren7t entit$ed . c haven7t been entit$ed . d won7t be entit$ed .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 1&2. Choose the correct answer: 6f we . more about the verdict' we wou$d be ready to have a press re$ease. a might 4now . b 4now . c wi$$ 4now . d 4new .

ANS: 1 . !"S: 1 1&5. Choose the correct answer: 6magine your first witness not to testify in the $ast minute' what wou$d you do ne3tD a decide . b decided .

c has decided . d having decided .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 1&8. Choose the correct answer: 6 wish you . to terms with the g$oba$ financia$ crisisH a come . b are coming . c came . d have come .

ANS: . !"S: 1 1):. Choose the correct answer: "he defendant7s wife wishes the prosecutors ............. for a sentence on the high end two days ago. a won7t as4 . b don7t as4 . c didn7t as4 . d hadn7t as4ed .

ANS: 1 . !"S: 1 1)1. Choose the correct answer: Suppose there ............ the possibi$ity of paro$e in the federa$ system' wou$d any defense attorney as4 for $eniencyD a is . b were . c has been . d being

ANS: % . !"S: 1 1)#. Choose the correct answer: 6f on$y the po$ice officers on what grounds he had been arrestedH a have mentioned . b mention . c wi$$ mention . d had mentioned .

ANS: 1 . !"S: 1 1)&. Choose the correct answer: "hey7d sooner she a way to dea$ with her present situation on her own. a found . b finds . c founded . d has found .

ANS: A . !"S: 1 1)). Choose the correct answer: 6f on$y they something to reduce the increasing number of identity thefts. a did . b do . c wi$$ do . d have done .

ANS: A . !"S: 1 1)/. Choose the correct answer: 67d rather she . the rest of her $ife in jai$ than se$$ drugs for a $iving. a spends . b spent . c wi$$ spend . d has spent .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 1)0. Choose the correct answer: Suppose you ........................ by the prosecutor7s office that you are charged with a misdemeanor' wou$d you contact an attorneyD a wi$$ be notified . b were notified . c were notifying . d may be notified .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 1)2. Choose the correct answer: 6f on$y the defendant .................. c$ean to the judge about his invo$vement in the se3ua$ assau$t of that teenage gir$H a had come . b wi$$ come . c is going to come . d comes .

ANS: A .

!"S: 1 1)5. Choose the correct answer: ,nfortunate$y' the poacher ended up .................... with si3 counts of possessing un$icensed guns. a to have been charged . b to be charged . c being charged . d to being charged .

ANS: . !"S: 1 1)8. Choose the correct answer: "he famous pitcher was charged with ................ to possess cocaine with the intent to distribute it. a conspiration . b conspiring . c conspire . d being conspired .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 1/:. Choose the correct answer: 6n *eorgia prisoners and detainees are used to ............ tortured and abused by po$ice and security forces. a be . b have been . c having . d being .

ANS: 1 . !"S: 1

1/1. Choose the correct answer: 6t is vita$ that the defendant . the benefit of the doubt. a be given . b can be given . c shou$d be give . d is given .

ANS: A . !"S: 1 1/#. Choose the correct answer: "he judge insisted that the verdict before the ourt adjourns for $unch. a shou$d be pronounced . b being pronounced . c be pronouncing . d wi$$ be pronounced .

ANS: A . !"S: 1 1/&. Choose the correct answer: "he judge ordered that the court proceedings ................for an hour. a may be adjourned . b shou$d be adjourned . c can be adjourned . d might be adjourned .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 1/). Choose the correct answer: "he magistrate decided that the woman ..................immediate$y. a shou$d be re$eased

. b cou$d have being re$eased . c might re$ease . d is re$eased .

ANS: A . !"S: 1 1//. Choose the correct answer: ,nder no circumstances wi$$ 6 disc$ose the name of my sourcesH (eaven . H a forbids . b forbid . c forbade . d wi$$ forbid .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 1/0. Choose the correct answer: it to say that she is terrib$y sorry for what she did. a Sufficient . b Suffice . c Suffices . d Sufficed .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 1/2. Choose the correct answer: . what may' 6 sha$$ not drop the charges against himH a omes . b oming .

c ome . d "o come .

ANS: . !"S: 1 1/5. Choose the correct answer: 6t was out of the ordinary that the judge the $awyers representing the p$aintiff and respective$y the respondent to argue their cases in para$$e$. a shou$d be as4ing . b has as4ed . c shou$d have as4ed . d to have as4ed .

ANS: . !"S: 1 1/8. Choose the correct answer: "he members of the commission e3pressed a desire that the participants in an hour. a reconvened . b to reconvene . c might reconvene . d shou$d reconvene .

ANS: 1 . !"S: 1 10:. Choose the correct answer: "he investigator7s suggestion is that we .matters more serious$y and cordon off the crime?scene. a too4 . b ta4ing . c shou$d ta4e .

d wou$d ta4e .

ANS: . !"S: 1 101. Choose the correct answer: 6 didn7t dare te$$ the truth $est 6 . arrested for conspiracy crimes. a shou$d be . b were . c shou$dn7t be . d wi$$ be .

ANS: A . !"S: 1 10#. Choose the correct answer: (e began to be worried $est they ............ him of mortgage fraud crimes during their de$iberations. a may accuse . b shou$d have accused . c sha$$ have accused . d accused .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 10&. Choose the correct answer: 6t is demanded that the ounci$ . common ru$es app$icab$e to internationa$ transport. a $aid down . b $ay down . c shou$d $aid down . d $ays down .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 10). Choose the correct answer: "he defendant first contacted the p$aintiff by te$ephone on #: th of Farch' #::8 and the former demanded that he ................ J 1:::.:: immediate$y. a shou$d have be given . b has been given . c be given . d may be given .

ANS: . !"S: 1 10/. Choose the correct answer: "he po$ice officer decided that the pimp .. his $awyer the minute he was arrested. a be ca$$ed . b sha$$ have ca$$ed . c has ca$$ed . d shou$d have ca$$ed .

ANS: 1 . !"S: 1 100. Choose the correct answer: "he protesters urged that the defendant . on bai$' even if he had been arrested on charges of assau$t on his wife. a wi$$ be re$eased . b wou$d be re$ease . c being re$eased . d be re$eased .

ANS: 1

. !"S: 1 102. Choose the correct answer: 6t was unbe$ievab$e that he . the same ce$$ with the most dangerous inmate' in a high?security prison. a sha$$ have shared . b shou$d have shared . c having shared . d shares .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 105. Choose the correct answer: +herever you . ' 6 sha$$ protect you against your enemiesH a have gone . b may go . c wi$$ be going . d are going .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 108. Choose the correct answer: (owever difficu$t this prob$em ' 6 wi$$ so$ve it in a minuteH a sha$$ be . b wi$$ be . c may be . d be .

ANS: . !"S: 1

12:. Choose the correct answer: . you do justice and issue many stay?away orders for vio$ent e3?husbandsH a Shou$d . b Sha$$ . c Fight . d Fay .

ANS: 1 . !"S: 1 121. Choose the correct answer: (er supporters' who had occupied most of the rows in the pac4ed courtroom were worried $est she a prison sentence. a receives . b shou$d receive . c may receive . d received .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 12#. Choose the correct answer: 9ar ..... it from me to ma4e any a$$egations before having some items of evidence. a away is . b is . c shou$d be . d be .

ANS: 1 . !"S: 1 12&. Choose the correct phrasal verb:

6 don7t 4now how you can ....... such an unbearab$e situation. a put by with . b put up of . c put up with .

ANS: . !"S: 1 12). Choose the correct phrasal verb: "he pro bono $awsuit fi$ed against the state ........... an increase in the judges7 sa$aries. a brought in . b brought around . c brought about .

ANS: . !"S: 1 12/. Choose the correct phrasal verb: 6 guess the printer in the $ayer7s office has either run ... paper or has bro4en . a away with' .... down . b out of' .... down . c off with' .... off .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 120. Choose the correct phrasal verb: Severa$ $aw firms have decided to $ay . emp$oyees and ca$$ ... a$$ medica$ ma$practice cases. a off' ... off . b out' ... off . c up' ... down .

ANS: A . !"S: 1 122. Choose the correct phrasal verb: Gou have to $earn how to ... if you are suffering from high stress $eve$s. a draw bac4 . b wind down . c ho$d up .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 125. Choose the correct phrasal verb: Fy $awyer can bear . the truth of my story with substantia$ evidence. a in . b away . c out .

ANS: . !"S: 1 128. Choose the correct phrasal verb: At the crime scene' they tried to bring the unconscious woman ... but without any success. a round . b up . c over .

ANS: A . !"S: 1 15:. Choose the correct phrasal verb: 1espite a$$ difficu$ty' he fina$$y managed to carry the orders he had been given. a about .

b off . c out .

ANS: . !"S: 1 151. Choose the correct phrasal verb: (is jo4e caught . right away and the members of the jury were very e3cited. a on . b through . c out .

ANS: A . !"S: 1 15#. Choose the correct phrasal verb: "he high crime rate in this American state . urgent measures. a brings about . b $ays down . c ca$$s for .

ANS: . !"S: 1 15&. Choose the correct phrasal verb: 6f nobody comes . a so$ution soon' we sha$$ be he$d responsib$e for p$anting evidence in his car. a up with . b in with . c out with .

ANS: A .

!"S: 1 15). Choose the correct phrasal verb: 6f you don7t 4now the po$ice emergency phone number' you cou$d $oo4 it ... in the phone directory. a into . b on . c up .

ANS: . !"S: 1 15/. Choose the correct phrasal verb: Iur $aw firm wi$$ be ta4en . by the @awyers7 orporation. a in . b out . c over .

ANS: . !"S: 1 150. Choose the correct phrasal verb: Now it wou$d be a good time for us to bring the matter of chi$d support in Komania. a in . b up . c out .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 152. Choose the correct phrasal verb: 6 have a very urgent message. ou$d you put me . to Fr. @eigh' p$easeD a through . b off .

c up .

ANS: A . !"S: 1 155. Choose the correct phrasal verb: (e put his fai$ure in ourt pure bad $uc4' but sti$$ hoped for the best. a up to . b down to . c bac4 to .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 158. Choose the correct phrasal verb: 6 must admit it was hard for me not to give ... to his threats. a away . b out . c in .

ANS: . !"S: 1 18:. Choose the correct phrasal verb: +e can7t ru$e... this argument in the fina$ hearing. a out . b off . c down .

ANS: A . !"S: 1

181. Choose the correct phrasal verb: Iur p$an to ca$$ the witness for the defence fe$$ . due to a miscarriage of justice. a about . b away . c through .

ANS: . !"S: 1 18#. Choose the correct phrasal verb: Gou are wearing me with your annoying a$$egationsH a in . b out . c over .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 18&. Choose the correct phrasal verb: Everybody considered that the judge had a reason to $et him ... $i4e that. a off . b on . c away .

ANS: A . !"S: 1 18). Choose the correct phrasal verb: +hy don7t you put your c$aim to be granted the right to a fair and speedy tria$D a over . b out . c forward .

ANS: . !"S: 1 18/. Choose the correct phrasal verb: ;Gour (onour' 6 can stand the defendantH 6 demand to be heardH7 a in for . b up for . c down to .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 180. Choose the correct phrasal verb: Gour s4i$$fu$ $awyer wi$$ ta$4 him testifying before the jury. a into . b about . c against .

ANS: A . !"S: 1 182. Choose the correct phrasal verb: "he matter was so de$icate' that the judge had to thin4 it ...... before announcing the verdict. a up . b over . c out .

ANS: % . !"S: 1 185. Choose the correct phrasal verb: "he judge cou$d no $onger put ......... his ho$ding the court in contempt. a off with

. b down to . c up with .

ANS: . !"S: 1 188. Choose the correct phrasal verb: 6 thin4 you are entit$ed to put .... a c$aim and as4 the insurance company to pay for the damage. a off . b in . c into .

ANS: % !"S: 1 #::. Choose the correct answer: (ow can a young' une3perienced $awyer 4eep ................. with the $atest $aws and regu$ationsD a up?to?date . b down?to?earth . c high and dry .

ANS: A !"S: 1 #:1. Choose the correct English translation of the following omanian sentence: Se face +ran!burg vinovat de sfidare a curtii prin faptul ca a refu!at sa de!valuie identitatea surselor sale1 a 6s %ran>burg gui$ty to contempt the court by refusing to revea$ his sources7s identityD . b 6s %ran>burg gui$ty of contempt of court by refusing to revea$ the identity of his sourcesD . c 6s %ran>burg gui$ty for ho$ding the court in contempt by refusing not to revea$ the . identity of his sourcesD

ANS: % #:#. Choose the correct English translation of the following omanian sentence: 2ibertatea presei nu poate asigura prote*area surselor confidentiale ale *urnalistilor. a 9reedom of the press cannot guarantee the protection of the journa$ists7 confidentia$ . sources.

b !ress freedom can7t guarantee protecting the confidentia$ sources of the journa$ists. . c 9reedom of the press cannot insure the protection of the confidentia$ sources of the . journa$ists.

ANS: A #:&. Choose the correct English translation of the following omanian sentence: #aca procurorii ar comite abu!uri, ar fi pedepsiti in mod corespun!ator1 a 6f the prosecutors commited abuses' shou$d they be punished consequent$yD . b 6f the prosecutors commit abuses' wi$$ they be punished as deservedD . c 6f the prosecutors committed abuses' wou$d they be punished according$yD .

ANS: #:). Choose the correct English translation of the following omanian sentence: #aca un *urnalist alege sa fie fidel sursei sale, aceasta inseamna neaparat ca el incalca legea1 a 6f a journa$ist chooses to be $oya$ to his source' does this necessari$y mean that he brea4s . the $awD b 6f a journa$ist chose to be $oya$ to his source' does this necessari$y means that he brea4s . the $awD c 6f a journa$ist wi$$ choose to be $oya$ to his source' does this necessari$y mean that he is . brea4ing the $awD

ANS: A #:/. Choose the correct translation of the following omanian sentence: #aca ati fi *urnalist, ati alege sa prote*ati libertatea presei sau sa serviti *ustitia1 a 6f you are a journa$ist' wi$$ you choose to protect the freedom of the press or serve . justiceD b 6f you were a journa$ist' wou$d you choose to protect the freedom of the press or serve . justiceD c (ad you been a journa$ist' wou$d you have chosen to protect the freedom of the press or . serve justiceD

ANS: % #:0. Choose the correct English translation of the following omanian sentence: Cererea de -abeas Corpus permite persoanelor care au fost inchise pe nedrept sa conteste legalitatea inchiderii lor. a "he writ of (abeas orpus a$$ows persons who have been unjust$y imprisoned to . cha$$enge the $ega$ity of their confinements. b "he app$ication for (abeas orpus permits persons who were unjust$y imprisoned to . contest the $ega$ity of their confinements. c "he (abeas orpus petition enab$es persons who are unjust$y jai$ed to protest against the . $ega$ity of their confinements.

ANS: A #:2. Choose the correct English translation of the following omanian sentence: Mi3as dori ca el sa nu fi fost condamnat pentru detinere ilegala de informatii clasificate. a 6 wish he hasn7t been convicted for the i$$ega$ ho$ding of c$assifyed information. . b 6 wish he hadn7t been convicted of un$awfu$ possession of c$assified information. . c 6 wish he wasn7t convicted for the un$awfu$$y possession of c$assified information. .

ANS: % #:5. Choose the correct English translation of the following omanian sentence: As prefera ca tu sa nu fi anchetat pentru incalcarea grava a securitatii nationale. a 6 wou$d rather you weren7t prosecuted for grave nationa$ security vio$ations. . b 6 had rather you didn7t be prosecuted for vio$ating the grave nationa$ security. . c 6 wou$d rather prefer you wou$dn7t be investigated for grave vio$ations of nationa$ . security.

ANS: A #:8. Choose the correct English translation of the following omanian sentence: #aca as fi in locul tau, n3as folosi aceasta informatie pentru a pre*udicia Statele &nite. a 6f 6 were in your shoes' 6 won7t use this information to the prejudice of the ,nited States. . b 6f 6 am you' 6 won7t use this information to the detriment of the ,nited States. . c 6f 6 were you' 6 wou$dn7t use this information to the prejudice of the ,nited States. .

ANS: #1:. Choose the correct English translation of the following omanian sentence: /ste imperativ ca aceasta frauda financiara sa fie investigata imediat. a 6t7s imperative that this financia$ fraud shou$d be investigated immediate$y. . b 6t7s imperative that this financia$ fraud is being investigated immediate$y. . c 6t7s imperative that this financia$ fraud be investigate immediate$y. .

ANS: A #11. Choose the correct English translation of the following omanian sentence: &na dintre cele mai comune metode de furt de identitate este furtul numarului cardului de credit sau al 4"N3ului. a Ine of the commonest methods of identity stea$ing is the theft of credit card7s numbers . or !ersona$ 6dentification Numbers.

b . c .

Ine of the most common methods of identity theft is the theft of credit card numbers or !ersona$ 6dentification Numbers. Ine of the most common methods of identity7s theft is the theft of the credit card7s numbers or !ersona$ 6dentity Numbers.

ANS: % #1#. Choose the correct English translation of the following omanian sentence: Mi3as dori sa stiu care sunt punctele slabe ale sistemului social de securitate care fac posibile infractiunile de furt de identitate. a 6 want to 4now what are the soft points of the socia$ security system that ma4es identity . theft crimes possib$e. b 6 wish 6 4new which are the wea4 points of the socia$ security system that ma4e identity . theft crimes possib$e. c 6 wish to have 4nown which the wea4 points of the socia$ security system are to ma4e . possib$e identity theft crimes.

ANS: % #1&. Choose the correct English translation of the following omanian sentence: #aca el ar fi fost acu!at de frauda in cadrul sistemului medical, ar fi putut primi o sentinta cu inchisoare pe viata1 a 6f he had been charged with a hea$th care fraud' cou$d he have received a $ife sentenceD . b 6f he has been charged with a hea$th care fraud' cou$d he has received a sentence for $ifeD . c (ad he been accused of a hea$th care fraud' cou$d he received a $ife sentenceD .

ANS: A #1). Choose the correct English translation of the following omanian sentence: #aca un pacient sufera o le!are corporala grava ca urmare a unei fraude medicale, cine va fi facut responsabil pentru acest lucru1 a 6f a pacient wi$$ suffer a grave body injury as resu$t of a medica$ fraud' who wi$$ be made . responsib$e for thisD b 6f a patient is sufferring a serious$y body injury as resu$t of a medica$ fraud' who wi$$ be . responsib$e for thisD c 6f a patient suffers a serious bodi$y injury as a resu$t of a medica$ fraud' who wi$$ be he$d . responsib$e for thisD

ANS: #1/. Choose the correct English translation of the following omanian sentence: Asa sa fie5 Fie ca cel mai bun dintre noi sa castige acest ca!5 a @et it beH %e the best of us who may win this caseH . b So be itH Fay the best of us win this caseH . c @et there be itH Fay the best of us to win this caseH .

ANS: % #10. Choose the correct English translation of the following omanian sentence: Nu ma pot obisnui sa traiesc in inchisoare5 2a naiba cu inchisorile5 a 6 can7t get used to $ive in jai$H "he he$$ with jai$sH . b 6 can7t be used to $ive in jai$H Fay the jai$s be damnedH . c 6 can7t get used to $iving in prisonH 1amn the prisonsH .

ANS: #12. Choose the correct English translation of the following omanian sentence: Sub nici o forma nu voi depune marturie impotriva prietenului meu5 #oamne fereste5 a No way 6 wi$$ testify against my buddyH (eaven forbidsH . b ,nder any circumstances' 6 won7t testify against my friendH *od forbids meH . c ,nder no circumstances wi$$ 6 testify against my friendH (eaven forbidH .

ANS: #15. Choose the correct English translation of the following omanian sentence: Nu merita discutat acest ca!, atata timp cat nu avem dove!i. a 6t7s not worth discussing this case' as $ong as we have no evidence. . b 6t7s not worth to discuss this case since we don7t have any evidence. . c 6t7s not worth discussing this case' as $ong as we don7t have no evidence. .

ANS: A #18. Choose the correct English translation of the following omanian sentence: Ca procuror, nu suport sa mi se spuna ca, fara o punere sub acu!are din partea marelui *uriu, nu pot face nimic in acest ca!. a As prosecutor' 6 can7t bear to be to$d that' without an accusation from a grand jury' 6 . can7t do much in this case. b As a prosecutor' 6 can7t stand being to$d that' without an indictment from a grand jury' 6 . can do nothing in this case. c As a prosecutor' 6 can7t support being to$d that' without an infringement from a grand . jury' 6 can7t do nothing in this case.

ANS: % ##:. Choose the correct English translation of the following omanian sentence! using "hrasal #erbs: 4oate ca ar trebui sa te mai gandesti, inainte de a hotari sa contramande!i intalnirea cu actionarii. a Faybe you shou$d thin4 it through before you decide to put off the meeting with the . shareho$ders.

b . c .

Faybe you shou$d thin4 it on before you decide to cance$ off the meeting with the shareho$ders. Faybe you shou$d thin4 it over before you decide to ca$$ off the meeting with the shareho$ders.

ANS: ##1. Choose the correct English translation of the following omanian sentence! using "hrasal #erbs: Cum ti3a venit in minte aceasta pledoarie neobisnuita1 #e fapt, nu m3ai de!amagit niciodata. a (ow did you come out with this strange p$eaD Actua$$y' you have never $et down on me. . b (ow have you come up with this unusua$ p$eaD 6n fact' you have never $et me down. . c (ow has this pecu$iar p$ea came up to youD As a matter of fact' you haven7t ever $et me . down.

ANS: % ###. Choose the correct English translation of the follwing omanian sentence! using "hrasal #erbs: Contabilul care a promis sa ne a*ute sa reducem bugetul n3a mai aparut pana la urma. a "he financia$ adviser who promised to he$p us cut off the budget didn7t come up . eventua$$y. b "he boo44eeper who promised to assist us in cutting out the budget didn7t ma4e it after . a$$. c "he accountant who promised to he$p us cut down the budget didn7t turn up after a$$. .

ANS: ##&. Choose the correct English translation of the follwing omanian sentence! using "hrasal verbs: #esi el a trecut prin multe in ultima vreme, nu cred ca se va ridica vreodata la nivelul asteptarilor ei. a Even if he has passed through a $ot in the $ast time' 6 don7t thin4 he wi$$ ever rise up to . her e3pectations. b "hough he has gone through a $ot $ate$y' 6 don7t thin4 he wi$$ ever come up to her . e3pectations. c "hough he has been through a $ot $ate$y' 6 don7t thin4 ever wi$$ he raise up to her $eve$ of . e3pectations.

ANS: % ##). Choose the correct English translation of the following omanian sentence! using "hrasal #erbs: Nu3i mai pot tolera comportamentul5 Ma epui!ea!a cu intrebarile lui sacaitoare5 a 6 can no $onger put up with his behaviourH (e is wearing me out with his nagging . questionsH b 6 can7t bear up with his behaviour any $ongerH (e is wearing me in with his annoying . questionsH c 6 can no $onger stand up with his behaviourH (e is wearing me through with his . troub$esome questionsH

ANS: A ##/. Choose the correct English translation of the following omanian sentence! using "hrasal #erbs: "ntr3o anumita masura, esecul tau ca avocat poate fi pus pe seama lipsei tale de e(perienta. a "o a certain degree' your unsuccess as $awyer can be put on your $ac4 of e3perience. . b "o a certain e3tent' your fai$ure as a $awyer may be put down to your $ac4 of e3perience. . c ,p to a point' your fai$ing as a $awyer may be put down on your $oss of e3perience. .

ANS: % ##0. In the following sentence: The defendant denied having pointed the gun at her. the words underlined form: a a !erfect Subjunctive . b a !erfect *erund . c a !erfect 6nfinitive .

ANS: % ##2. In the following sentence: The *udge ruled that the *ur should withdraw to deliberate upon the verdict. the words underlined form: a a !erfect Subjunctive . b a *erund . c an Ana$ytic Subjunctive .

ANS: ##5. In the following sentence: 6esterda , m parole officer pretended to have forgotten his car 0e s in m apartment. the words underlined form: a a !erfect 6nfinitive . b a !erfect *erund . c a !erfect Subjunctive .

ANS: A ##8. Choose the corresponding if clause that best completes the following main clause: (e wi$$ be re$eased to the community ............................................................ a if he accepts the home confinement program. . b if he accepted the house confinement program.

. c if he wi$$ accept the home confinement program. .

ANS: A #&:. Choose the corresponding if clause that best completes the following main clause: (e wou$dn7t have appeared before the c$er4 of the court ..................................................... a if he hasn7t been summoned. . b if he hadn7t been summoned. . c if he wasn7t summoned. .

ANS: % #&1. Choose the corresponding if clause that best completes the following main clause: Gou wou$dn7t have had to ma4e any accusations against your wife ....................................... a if you invo4ed ;irreconci$ab$e differences7 as the grounds for your divorce. . b if you wou$d have invo4ed ;irreconci$ab$e differences7 as the grounds for your divorce. . c if you had invo4ed ;irreconci$ab$e differences7 as the grounds for your divorce. .

ANS: #&#. Choose the corresponding main clause that best completes the following if clause: 6f 6 were accused of medica$ ma$practice' ........................................................ a 6 wou$d definite$y have fought for my rights. . b 6 wou$d definite$y fight for my rights. . c 6 wi$$ definite$y have fought for my rights. .

ANS: % #&&. Choose the corresponding if clause that best completes the following main clause: .........................................................' he/she may stand a chance to be a member of a jury. a 6f an individua$ wi$$ meet the $ega$ qua$ifications for federa$ jury service . b 6f an individua$ had met the $ega$ qua$ifications for federa$ jury service . c 6f an individua$ meets the $ega$ qua$ifications for federa$ jury service .

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#&). Choose the correct answer: 6 wou$d rather you ............... the person who reported the crime for questioning. a detain . b wi$$ detain . c detaining . d detained .

ANS: 1 #&/. Choose the correct answer: She wishes her $awyer .............. more time to review her deposition but he seems to be very busy. a wi$$ find . b finds . c found . d has found .

ANS: #&0. Choose the correct answer: 6magine you ........ the parent of a chi$d and wo4e up to find your chi$d missingH a are . b were . c wi$$ be . d wou$d be .

ANS: % #&2. Choose the correct answer: 6f the commission ........... against the motion' a new de$egation wou$d have to be sent to @ondon ne3t wee4. a voted . b votes . c wi$$ have voted . d shou$d have voted .

ANS: A #&5. Choose the correct answer: +ho urges the *overnment ............ the necessary measures to amend the Komanian !ena$ odeD a ta4e . b ta4ing . c to ta4e . d to have ta4en .

ANS: #&8. Choose the correct answer: 6f the p$aintiff had submitted a$$ his c$aims on time' the court ........................ them in fu$$ session. a had discussed . b has to discuss . c wou$d have discussed . d wi$$ have discussed .

ANS: #):. Choose the correct answer: 6f on$y the Secretary of State ........................ the ratification of the new amendment before $ast 1ecemberH a had certified . b certified . c had certifyed . d wou$d have certified .

ANS: A #)1. Choose the correct answer: 6f the authorities ............... second thoughts about reopening the seria$ 4i$$er case' the situation wou$d have been different. a hasn7t had . b didn7t have . c hadn7t had . d wou$dn7t have had

ANS: #)#. Choose the correct answer: "he !F demanded that the spo4esman ......................... his offending remar4 immediate$y. a had withdrawn . b shou$d withdraw . c withdrawing . d to withdraw .

ANS: % #)&. Choose the correct answer: 6t was important that he ........................... himse$f on the case' before deciding to represent his c$ient. a has informed . b shou$d have informed . c may have informed . d informed .

ANS: % #)). Choose the corresponding verb to replace the phrasal verb in italics: 6 have neither the time nor the courage to go into this controversia$ homicide. a to so$ve . b to ana$yse . c to investigate . d to comprehend .

ANS: #)/. Choose the corresponding verb to replace the phrasal verb in italics: Gou shou$dn7t cut out any detai$ re$ated to the documentation of a crime sceneH a e$iminate . b disregard . c ignore

. d omit .

ANS: 1 #)0. Choose the corresponding verb to replace the phrasal verb in italics: 1o you have other reasons to loo0 up to him apart from his inborn ta$ent of being a 4een observerD a to worship . b to fo$$ow . c to respect . d to watch .

ANS: #)2. Choose the corresponding expression to replace the phrasal verb in italics: 9inding more evidence wi$$ definite$y narrow down our $ist of suspects. a reduce the number of possibi$ities or choices . b e3c$ude everything . c increase the number of possibi$ities or choices . d ma4e $ess important .

ANS: A #)5. Choose the corresponding expression to replace the phrasal verb in italics: As a crime scene investigator you may run up against many une3pected circumstances. a compete with . b encounter difficu$ties . c overcome dificu$ties . d avoid difficu$ties .

ANS: % #)8. Choose the corresponding expression to replace the phrasal verb in italics: "hese twins $oo4 so a$i4e that 6 can tell them apart on$y when they stand side by side. a admire . b recogni>e

. c spot . d distinguish .

ANS: 1 #/:. Choose the corresponding expression to replace the phrasal verb in italics: After you have gone through a$$ the documentation of the crime scene' we may present it in court. a review something superficia$$y . b e3amine something systematica$$y . c investigate something step by step . d draw up $ega$ papers .

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