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ENGLISH VOCABULARY Pages 3 10: 4. Abatement making something less. 5. Abdiction When a king abdicates, he gives up his position.

on. Leaving a job by your own will. 6. Abolition To get rid of something. 7. Abortion To get rid of a baby. 9. Abstention To abstein from doing something, not do do it. 10. Abstract - A piece that you take out of something, a summary. 11. Abuse To use badely. 12. Acceptance An integral part of the law of contract, the opposite of offer. 13. Access Being able to get somewhere. 14. Accessory, accomplice Help someone to do something (like commiting a crime). Accomplice to murder. 18. Accountable I am in the position to explain my actions, I take responsability for my actions. 21. Acquittance Acquittal, If I am not guilty, I am acquitted. 23. Ad hoc someting which relates to now. 29. Adjacent two events that happen one after the other are adjacent 30. Adjourned Postponed. 31. Adjudication The legal power given to a judge. 32. Administrative law Law which deals with bodys who have power. For example the municipality. 33. Admissible I will allow it to happen, its legally admissable. Admissable evidence - it can be brought up in court. 34. Admission To admit is to allow. 35. Affidavit Something that you swear, a signed statement. 36. Aforesaid What was said before. 37. Aggravation Making something worse. 38. Allegation Something that needs to be proved. 41. Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) To come to an agreament, to settle. 43. Amendment Making changes in the law. 45. Attempt To try something. 46. Attorney Lawyer. 48. Audit An independant external expert. 50. Bail a sum of money paid in order to be released from jail 51. Ban To prohebit. 52. Bankruptcy A person who lost all his money is bankrupt. 53. Barrister An attorney which goes to court. The daley day buisness is done by the solicitor. 54. Bastard a child whos father in not the husband of a married woman 55. Battery Asault and battery assault is verbal, assault is to put someone in fear of battery. 56. Belligerency hostility 58. Beneficiary the one who gain from something 59. Bequeath to leg an heritage to someone 60. Bequest a legacy, heritage 61. Bona fide In good faith. 62. Breach of contract I broke the conditions of the contract.

63. Breach of trust stealing from a fund, company you are responsible of 64. Bribe To give someone rewards inorder for you to gain something. 65. Brief A brief statement = a short statement, a summary. 66. Burden of proof Everybody is innocent until proven guilty, he has the burden of proof. 67. Burgulary stealing from or going into a place(example: a house) without permission. 68. Canon law Church law. 69. Capital punishment Death penalty. 70. Carte blanche You do what you need to do without restrictions. 71. Caveat emptor Let the buyer beware. 72. Chamber The office of the judge. 73. Champerty ??? 74. Chief justice The chief judge. 75. Circumstantial evidence Evidence that is not proven. 76. Citation To talk about, to name a person. 77. Civic local, municipal 78. Civil Civil is the opposite of criminal. Civil - the plaintiff sues the defendent for damages Criminal The state prosecutes the defendent for murder. 79. Claim deposing a law suite against someone 80. Class action - a group of people combaining to take action against someone. 81. Clause a group of word, sentences in a law 82. Coercion to force someone to do something 85. Collateral something adjacent, secondary 86. Commencement The begining. 87. Commercial something (law) which is in the subject of trade and companies 88. Commision a fee given for a specific job e.g. lawyer 89. Commitee a group of people that sit together to exam something. 90. Common law a part of the English law 91. Commute To make less. 92. Comptroller - one who inspect and supervise 93. Cociliator Someone who comes between the two parties. 94. Conclusive something definite clear and decisiv 95. Conclusive evidence a clear and definite evidence 96. Concurrent at the same time 97. Confession To confess is to say you did it. 99. Consideration - Ther e are 3 elements in a contract: 1. an offer 2. acceptance 3. consideration = the value in a contract, an advantage to the parties. 101. Consummation the act made to finalize a marriage 102. Contempt of court disobeying an order of the court 103. Contingency Contingent = depending on something else to happen. 104. Contravene to interfere 105. Convene to accept. 106. Convention - A gathering of people. 107. Conviction To convict someone for a crime is to find him guilty of a crime. 108. Copyright the legal right to reproduce a text, music, image etc 111. Counterclaim counter = against - to claim against.

112. Counterfeit To forge. 113. Covert Isn't open, it's hidden. 114. Cross-examination Trying to get out facts from a witness. 115. Culpa blaim. 116. Custodian/Guardian Taking responsability for the acts of someone. A parent is the legal custodian of a child untill he is 18. 117. Custody To get out of custody a person needs to pay bail. 118. De facto To do something with or with out legal right = in actual fact. The opposite of De jure which is the legal right to do something. 119. Death penalty 120. Debar To take away from somebody thier license, to prevent them from practecing what they do. 121. Debtor - Someone who owes someone else money. 122. Decree An order from the court. 124. Defamation Libel, slander. When you do something to hurt someones reputation, you defamate. 125. Defendant a person required to make answer in a legal action or suit 126. Defer To put out to another day. 127. Deliberately On purpose. 128. Deliberation a discussion by a group of persons of the reasons for and against a measure 129. Delinquent An offender, a person that commits an offence. 130. Demand letter 131. Descendant Someone who comes after me in the familly tree, for example my grandchildren. 133. Destitute - Having no money. 134. Disclaim To deney. 135. Disclosure To disclose is to reveal, to show. 136. Dissent To disagree. 138. Due process The normal process of law. Like the right that a suspect has to an attorney. 142. Embezzle Stealing from your employer. 143. Emolument salary 144. Endorsement To sponser. Giving your name for something. 145. Equity law A branch f the English law. 146. Equivocal Has two meanings. 147. Escalation Getting bigger and bigger. 148. Estate Property. The sum total of all I own (all my properties). 149. Et cetera 153. Ex parte - a trial where the defendant is absent 154. Exclusive something reserved 155. Expel to kick out. 156. Exposure to make know, public 157. Expungement to efface, delete 158. Extortion Getting something out of someone, to extort. 159. Extrajuducial Out of the judges authority. 160. Fait accompli a act who has been made 161. Felony A serious crime. We define the seriousness of a crime by the punishment.

162. Finding The decision of the court. 163. Flagrant An obvious and evident crime/felony. 164. Force majeur Something beyond our force. 165. Forensic medicine science to discover the cause of death in a murder case 166. Franchise Giving someone the legal right to use your name in commerce. 167. Fraud to deceive, cheat 168. Fugitive A runaway, someone who ran away from the law. 169. Grand jury A jury whos job to decide if a trial is to be made on a certain case 170. Gross negligence Big/bad negligence. 171. Guarantee 172. Guidance To coach the witness, to guide him. 173. Habeas corpus Habeous corpus is a writ ( )to getting someone out of jail. 174. Habitation Where I live. 175. Habitual Happens a lot. 176. Handle To deal with. 177. Harassment Giving someone a hard time. Sexual harassment is taking sexual advantage of someone else. 178. Hearsay A rumour that is yet to be proved. 179. Heir Someone who enherits, the continuation of the family tree. 180. Hereditary Something that is passed on through family. 193. Hinder To prevent something from happening. 194. Homicide Killing a man. If its intentionally its murder and if it unintentionally its called manslaughter. 195. Hostile witness a witness who refuse to testify 197. Immaterial No relevant, un-important.

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Alternative dispute resolution (=ADR)

Reducing, bringing something to an end Quiting, giving up on a job etc... Putting an end to a law An act of giving up on a baby, ending a pregnancy The refusal to act etc... (verb: abstain from) Short account, compare summary An instance of unfair or immoral use A possitive reply to an invention or offer, the act of taking or receiving something offered The right, opportunity, means etc. to use something A person who helps in or knows about a crime, helper or companion in doing something illegal Responsible The judgement that a person is not guilty (verb: to acquit) For a while Next, near but not necessarily touching Giving a judgement or decision The law of the management of the government affairs That can be used as proof in a law court An instance of beung allowed to enter somewhere A written statement, made on oath, to be used as lagal proof or evidence Said or written before Making something worse or more serious An accusing statementf Conciliation An improve by changing words, adding information etc... Making an effort to do something A lawer, especially one qualified to act for clients in court An official examunation of accounts to see that they are correct and organized A sum of money kept by a law court so that a person can be out of prison until his trial An official order that something must not be done In instance of beingunable to pay debts A lawer who has the right to speak and argue in higer law courts A person whose parents are not married when he is born

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Amendment Attempt Attorney Audit Bail Ban Bankruptcy Barrister Bastard

Battery Belligerency Beneficiary Bequeath Bequest Bona fide Breach of contract Breach of trust Bride Brief Burdeb of proof Burglary Canon law Capital punishment Carte blanche Caveat emptor Chamber Chief justice Circunstantial evidence Citation Civic Civil Claim Class action Clause Coercion Collateral Commencement Commercial Comission Committee Common law Commute Comptroller Conciliator

The act of hitting a person hard (=an assault) Thr state of being anxious to fight A person who receives money, property etc. especially from a person who dies To arrange by making a will, to give property or money when a person dies An ammount of money, property etc. that is bequeathed With good faith Breaking a contract Breaking a trust Something given, offered, promised in order to influence or persuade a person A summary of the facts of a law case prepared for the barrister An obligation to show proof The crime of breaking into a place to steal A church law Death penalty, punishement by being killed Full autority or freedom to use self judgment The buyer is responsible The office of the judge The highest judge An evidence based on details that suggest something strongly but do not provide direct proof Quotation Of the official life and affairs of town or citizen Of human society or of individuals living together Demanding something A group ofpeople demanding together A complete paragraph in an agreement, legal document Forcing someone to do something Secondry or subordinate but from the same source A beginning Of / concerring buying, selling and distribution of goods Giving authority, permission or a task, duty to a person or group A group of people appointe to carry out special duties Unwritten law from customs and legal decisions To exchange one thing for another, to reduce the severity of a punishment to a less sever one Suprviser, critic A person who comes between 2 people

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Conclusive Conclusive evidence Concurrent Confession Consideration Consummation Contempt of court Contingency Contravene Convene Convention Conviction Copyright Counter claim Counterfeit Covert Cross examination Culpa Custodian/ guardian Custody De facto Death penalty Debar Debtor Decree Defamation Defendant Defer Deliberately Deliberation Delinquent Demand letter Descendant Destitute Disclaim Disclosure Dissent Due process Embezzle Gross negligence

Convincing, removing all about The convincing evidence Happenning together Admitting Thoughtfull attention Making something complete Disobedience to a judge or legal procedures An uncertain event To act in a oposition to a law, custom etc... To call people to come together A usual practice or custom based on general consent Declaring in a law court that a person is guilty Legal rights for something The opposite claim Fake Hidden, not obvious to see Questioning a person closely, especially to test answers given to someone else as in law court Blame A person who guards and has the duty of caring for someone/thing The duty of caring for and guarding... In actual fact Punishment by killing Taking away the rights of doing or having something A person who owes money to another person Orderring something by ruler or authority and having the force of a law Attacking the good reputation of a person A person againts whom a legal action is brought Postpone, delay Purposely Careful consideration and discussion A person doing wrong, bahaveing badly A letter asking for something as if ordering or if one has the right to A member of a family, belongs to one of it generations Without a thing necessary for life Deny Making something known and uncovering Disagreement Fair, justly process Stealing from the emploee Very obvious carelessness

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Guarantee Guidance Habes corpus Habititation Habitual Handle Harassment Hearsay Heir Hereditary Hinder Homicide Hostile witness Immaterial Emolument Endorsement Equity law Equivocal Escalation Estate Et cetera Ex parte Exclusive Expel Exposure Expungement Extortion Extrajudicial Fait accompli Felony Finding Flagrant Force majeur Forensic medicine Franchise Fraud Fugitive Grand Jury

Responsibility Advice or help Bring the body (relesing a person from continuous custody without a trial) The act of living inside Regular, ususal / having a habit mentioned To deal with, to manage Troubling, annoying What one has heard another person say but does not know to be true A person with legal right to receive something when the owner dies Passed on from parent to child, from one generation to following generation To stop something from happenning, to make progress difficult Yhe killing of human being (murder step 2) An unfriendly witness, intend to be negative Unrelevant, not essential Something that you gain Writing the name of a person on the back of (a cheque) The quality of fairness of the law Having double or doubtful meaning Making (violence, war) increase quicly A piece of property in the form of land And so on, bla bla bla When one side only presents Unique To send someone away Exposing, making something known Cancelling, making something void Black-mail Out of the coutr authority Something that has happened or been done and cannot be changed A serious crime (by punishment) Something learned or discovered by study or inquiry Obviously wrong Random, depands on un-natural force The combination of law+medicine Special right given by public authority to a person or company Criminal dishonesty, cheat A person running away from the police, danger etc. Group of people who give a decision in court

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prole Mortgage, pledge Oath Next of kin Null and void Obscene Arson Shoplifting On probation A fine / to be fined To post bail Writ Sub judice Penal law Liable to To be charged with Unlawful possession Deceased Clean record Taking the law into ones hand Provocation Mitigating circumstances Precedent To cite / to be cited Maximal penalty Immovable Immunity Impartial Impeachment

To free a prisoner after making such a promise Written agreement about money lend to a person buying a house A solemn statement that something is true Nearest relations Not valid Morally disgusting, offensive (especially because describing sex indecently) The act setting a fire purposely The act of stealing from a shop A system by which an offender is allowed to go unpunished for a first offence if he doesnt break the law again (to punish a person by asking for) a sum of money (to be) paud as a penalty for breaking a law or rule Paying amount of money in order to set someone free till the trial A writteb order issued in the name of an official to do/ not to do something A case which cannot be judged by the court Laws connected with punishment To be likely to have, suffer something Being accused of Illegal ownership, property The person who has recently died Having no previous charge Punishing a person who did something wrong instead of letting the justice system handling him The act of doing something that annoys Circumstances that may make a crime seem less serious An earlier decision used as an example or rule for what comes later Giving an example by quoting something The largest possible penalty

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In camera In flagrante delicto In lieu of In personam In pursuance In rem Inadmissible Incapable Incest Incontestable Indemnity Indictment Infanticide Infringement Inherent Injunction Inoperative Insane Insolvent Inter alia Intrinsic Jeopardy Judgement Judiciary Jurisdiction Jurisprudence Jurist Jury Jus Justice, just Juvenile Kidnapping Lacuna Landlord

Behind closed doors, not allowing the crowd to see the trail While committing the crime Instead of Rights towards a specific person, usually as result of a contract In continuation of Rights towards everyone, usually due to an ownership of something that no one else should take/interfere Cant be presented in court as an evidence A person who cant do something specific Having a sexual relationship between family members With no doubt Paying a refund, compensation The official paper which defines the suggested crimes, a person committed Killing a baby Breaking of a right/law In a natural way, The order of avoiding a person of doing something Not active, not operative, not valid Crazy, not normal Which cant be paid Among other things Interior, essential Risk, danger The act of judging/giving a verdict/deciding of a crime, a verdict, The system in charge of keeping the justice, by making decisions about legal issues The authority to make a decisions about legal issues The doctrine of law system, the philosophy of law A person who involves in law A group of people who decides about the verdict Related to justice/trial latin Doing whats right by the society law Youth, underage for trial Taking someone by force, away from his natural environment Missing, not available for understanding from the text The owner of a property ...

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Stealing Exists but not visible, covered, not obvious Unprofessional, doesnt know the profession, someone who doesnt deal with those issues as a profession Rent, having something for a temporary period, a contract of renting something A will The act of law making, defining new laws The authority which defines the laws A renter, a person who rents something The person/authority who gives the lessee the rented object Deadly, killing The duty to perform what was agreed Defamation of someone which causes damage A permission, giving an official right to do something

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Misleading it leads u 2 a wrong direction Misuse 2 use in the wronge way Mitigating circumstances something that I put in the court and I wont them 2 give me a smaller punishment. Molestation harresment Nutural justice what instice is something philosopy Nuturalization living in the country for some years rights and obligat Negation to put it in a negtive way Negligence if I have duty 2 take care and I dont do it Negotiation all kinds of settelments Next of kin the nearst person in the blood relationship Nisi unless Nonfeasance I didnt do it Normative according 2 the expectet standers Notary witnce your signeature Notwithstanding Novatrion Nuisance do something that con bother some one Null and void it doesnwt exist any more Oath something that sware Obiter dictum not something that is vital but may Obscenity something that is obscon Obsolescence it out of use Offense a crimr Offensive something which hort me Offer 1 of the 3 asential parts of a contract 0ffspring my children per annum 4 a year per capita each individual per diem what u pay each day per se according 2 itself peremptory a final conclusive act perjury tyelling lies in court perpetrator somebody who does something bad pertinent relevent petition something that peaple wirte to express their opinion petty offense small offense plaintiff person who take a civil action ageinst someone else plea bargaining a deal I make plead what is your situation what I state polygasmy many wamen post facum

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Precedent The ruling of a higher court, which the lower court is obliged to follow. Prejudice preconceived judgment or opinion Prerogative an exclusive or special right, power, or privilege, the discretionary
power inhering in the British Crown. Presiding Judge the senior Judge on a trial, he has the authority to control the proceedings of the Trial. Prima Facie at first view, on the first appearance, evidence legally sufficient to establish a fact or a case unless disproved. Prior - before something Privilege A right given only to a certain person or a group of people. Pro Bono Doing legal work without compensation, e.g. for charity. Probation liberating someone on the condition that he will not commit another crime in which he was convicted. Procure to buy, get something.

Procurer Prohibition Promisee Promisor Promissory note Promulgation Proprietor Provison Proxy Punitive damages Pursuance Quantum Quasi Quasi judicial Quorum Ransom Rape Ratio legis Rebate Recidivism Recidivist Redemption Referendum Res ispa loquitur Rescind Respondent Restitution Revenue Reversal of judgment Scrutiny Search warrant

A man who finds women for a prostitute, a pimp Preventing something, saying that something must not be done The one who gets a promise The one who committed to do / give something A piece of paper which debits a person to pay the amount he owes Announcing something officially (a decree, a new law) An owner, especially of landed property A condition A document giving authority to represent or act for another Damages paid, intended for punishing. During the carrying out or performance of duties etc. An amount, a sum Seemingly but not really Seems judicial, while actually it does not. A number of people who must be present at a meeting before it can have authority Money paid for the freeing of a person who has been kidnapped The crime of forcing sexual intercourse on a person The sensible & reasonable part of a verdict Giving money back Committing the same crime over and over again The felon who keeps committing a crime over and over again The act of getting something back by payment or by doing something A political question to a direct vote of all the people It speaks for itself, say no more To cancel (a contract/ obligation) The person against whom a petition is made The act of restoring something to its owner Money received during a given period, an income Turning the judgment A thorough and detailed examination An official authority to enter and looking for something/one

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Sentence Sequestration Set off Severance Sexual harassment Share Sine Qua non Small claims Sodomy Solicitor Solvent Strict liability Sub Judice Subpoena Subsequent Subsistence Subtenant Successor Superintendent Sustain Tacit Tacit understanding Tamper Tangible Tenant Terminal Termination Testimony To absolve To attest To circumvent To confiscate

A statement, by a judge, of a punishment Taking away property owned by another person, expropriating Balancing a cost, loss, fault...against an income, profit, good, quality Money paid to an employee when a contract has ended, or when he gets fired Disturbing, annoying concerning sex One of the equal parts into which capital of a business company is divided, a commerce Necessary term which must be and cannot be avoided Simple claims (in a special court){in Israel for a sum of 2.5 million shekels max. / 7 years of jailing} A kind of sexual crime A lawyer who prepares legal documents and advises clients on legal matters (common in U.K) Having enough money to meet debts Clear and exact responsibility The order not to publish a subject sentenced in court, as long as it might effect the results of the trial A writ orders to court Later, following The means of existence A secondary lodger A person or thing that comes, in time or order, after another A person who watches and directs others Accepting something (such as objection), not over-rule it Understood without being put into words An agreement deduced without being put into words To interfere with something That can be known by touch A person who pays rent for the use of residence A place used by passengers in an airport; an end of railway line, bus route... An end A formal statement, especially in law court, that something is true To release a person from guilt To give clear proof of something To find a way to get round (a law, rule...) To take a possession of private property

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To elucidate To elude To fabricate To invalidate To litigate To molest To negate To oust To overrule To perpetrate To perpetuate To preside To promulgate To prosecute To relinquish To scrutinize To sever To summon To terminate Tort law Treacherous Trespass Triplicate Ultra vires Unjust enrichment Unwarranted Vagrancy Vagrant Venue Verdict Vice versa

without payment as punishment or to enforce authority To make clear, explain something To escape from capture (especially by a person who deceives) To make up something false To make something not valid To make or oppose a claim at a law court To trouble or annoy a person intentionally, especially making sexual attacks To deny or refuse To force a person to leave a place, job... To decide against someone/thing, especially by using authority To commit (a serious crime, error) To preserve something from being forgotten or from going out of use To manage, administrate, being chairman/woman or president To announce officially (a decree, a new law) To accuse a person of a crime and try to prove it in a law court To give up something To make a detailed examination of something To cut, break something off To call or send for a person, officially To cause something to come to an end The law of damages caused by injustice False or disloyal Going onto privately owned land without right or permission One of three; three times Exceeding authority, doing something beyond authority Becoming rich/ wealthy unfairly Without a suitable reason or cause Wandering from place to place and having no home A person who wander from place to place and has no home The place where something happened A decision reached by a jury on a question of fact in a law case The opposite, contrary thing

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A trade or profession A receipt or document used instead of money Giving up (a right or claim) A written order giving official authority

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Reducing, bringing something to an end Quiting, giving up on a job etc... Putting an end to a law An act of giving up on a baby, ending a pregnancy The refusal to act etc... (verb: abstain from) Short account, compare summary An instance of unfair or immoral use A possitive reply to an invention or offer, the act of taking or receiving something offered The right, opportunity, means etc. to use something A person who helps in or knows about a crime, helper or companion in doing something illegal Responsible The judgement that a person is not guilty (verb: to acquit) For a while Next, near but not necessarily touching Giving a judgement or decision The law of the management of the government affairs That can be used as proof in a law court An instance of beung allowed to enter somewhere A written statement, made on oath, to be used as lagal proof or evidence Said or written before Making something worse or more serious An accusing statementf Conciliation An improve by changing words, adding information etc... Making an effort to do something A lawer, especially one qualified to act for clients in court An official examunation of accounts to see that they are correct and organized A sum of money kept by a law court so that a person can be out of prison until his trial An official order that something must not be done In instance of beingunable to pay debts A lawer who has the right to speak and argue in higer law courts A person whose parents are not married when he is born The act of hitting a person hard (=an assault)

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Belligerency Beneficiary Bequeath Bequest Bona fide Breach of contract Breach of trust Bride Brief Burdeb of proof Burglary Canon law Capital punishment Carte blanche Caveat emptor Chamber Chief justice Circunstantial evidence Citation Civic Civil Claim Class action Clause Coercion Collateral Commencement Commercial Comission Committee Common law Commute Comptroller Conciliator Conclusive

Thr state of being anxious to fight A person who receives money, property etc. especially from a person who dies To arrange by making a will, to give property or money when a person dies An ammount of money, property etc. that is bequeathed With good faith Breaking a contract Breaking a trust Something given, offered, promised in order to influence or persuade a person A summary of the facts of a law case prepared for the barrister An obligation to show proof The crime of breaking into a place to steal A church law Death penalty, punishement by being killed Full autority or freedom to use self judgment The buyer is responsible The office of the judge The highest judge An evidence based on details that suggest something strongly but do not provide direct proof Quotation Of the official life and affairs of town or citizen Of human society or of individuals living together Demanding something A group ofpeople demanding together A complete paragraph in an agreement, legal document Forcing someone to do something Secondry or subordinate but from the same source A beginning Of / concerring buying, selling and distribution of goods Giving authority, permission or a task, duty to a person or group A group of people appointe to carry out special duties Unwritten law from customs and legal decisions To exchange one thing for another, to reduce the severity of a punishment to a less sever one Suprviser, critic A person who comes between 2 people Convincing, removing all about

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Conclusive evidence Concurrent Confession Consideration Consummation Contempt of court Contingency Contravene Convene Convention Conviction Copyright Counter claim Counterfeit Covert Cross examination Culpa Custodian/ guardian Custody De facto Death penalty Debar Debtor Decree Defamation Defendant Defer Deliberately Deliberation Delinquent Demand letter Descendant Destitute Disclaim Disclosure Dissent Due process Embezzle Gross negligence Guarantee

The convincing evidence Happenning together Admitting Thoughtfull attention Making something complete Disobedience to a judge or legal procedures An uncertain event To act in a oposition to a law, custom etc... To call people to come together A usual practice or custom based on general consent Declaring in a law court that a person is guilty Legal rights for something The opposite claim Fake Hidden, not obvious to see Questioning a person closely, especially to test answers given to someone else as in law court Blame A person who guards and has the duty of caring for someone/thing The duty of caring for and guarding... In actual fact Punishment by killing Taking away the rights of doing or having something A person who owes money to another person Orderring something by ruler or authority and having the force of a law Attacking the good reputation of a person A person againts whom a legal action is brought Postpone, delay Purposely Careful consideration and discussion A person doing wrong, bahaveing badly A letter asking for something as if ordering or if one has the right to A member of a family, belongs to one of it generations Without a thing necessary for life Deny Making something known and uncovering Disagreement Fair, justly process Stealing from the emploee Very obvious carelessness Responsibility

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Guidance Habes corpus Habititation Habitual Handle Harassment Hearsay Heir Hereditary Hinder Homicide Hostile witness Immaterial Emolument Endorsement Equity law Equivocal Escalation Estate Et cetera Ex parte Exclusive Expel Exposure Expungement Extortion Extrajudicial Fait accompli Felony Finding Flagrant Force majeur Forensic medicine Franchise Fraud Fugitive Grand Jury

Advice or help Bring the body (relesing a person from continuous custody without a trial) The act of living inside Regular, ususal / having a habit mentioned To deal with, to manage Troubling, annoying What one has heard another person say but does not know to be true A person with legal right to receive something when the owner dies Passed on from parent to child, from one generation to following generation To stop something from happenning, to make progress difficult Yhe killing of human being (murder step 2) An unfriendly witness, intend to be negative Unrelevant, not essential Something that you gain Writing the name of a person on the back of (a cheque) The quality of fairness of the law Having double or doubtful meaning Making (violence, war) increase quicly A piece of property in the form of land And so on, bla bla bla When one side only presents Unique To send someone away Exposing, making something known Cancelling, making something void Black-mail Out of the coutr authority Something that has happened or been done and cannot be changed A serious crime (by punishment) Something learned or discovered by study or inquiry Obviously wrong Random, depands on un-natural force The combination of law+medicine Special right given by public authority to a person or company Criminal dishonesty, cheat A person running away from the police, danger etc. Group of people who give a decision in court

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Gross negligence Big/bad negligence (.) Guarantee , Guidance To coach the witness, to guide him. Habeas corpus Habeous corpus is a writ ( )to getting someone out of jail. Habitation Where I live. Habitual Happens a lot. Handle To deal with. Harassment Giving someone a hard time. Sexual harassment is taking sexual advantage of someone else. Hearsay A rumour that is yet to be proved. Heir Someone who enherits, the continuation of the family tree. Hereditary Something that is passed on through family. Hinder To prevent something from happening. Homicide Killing a man. If its intentionally its murder and if it unintentionally its called manslaughter. Hostile witness a witness who refuse to testify Immaterial No relevant, un-important.
Immovable Immunity Impartial Impeachment In camera In flagrante delicto In lieu of In personam In pursuance In rem Inadmissible Incapable Incest Incontestable Indemnity Indictment Infanticide Infringement Static, attached to the ground, stable The fact that a person cannot be judged, due to committing a crime as part of political or other special job Objective, not taking one of the sides ,

Removing a person of his job, due to something wrong he did Behind closed doors, not allowing the crowd to see the trail While committing the crime Instead of Rights towards a specific person, usually as result of a contract In continuation of Rights towards everyone, usually due to an ownership of something that no one else should take/interfere Cant be presented in court as an evidence A person who cant do something specific Having a sexual relationship between family members With no doubt Paying a refund, compensation The official paper which defines the suggested crimes, a person committed Killing a baby Breaking of a right/law

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Inherent Injunction Inoperative Insane Insolvent Inter alia Intrinsic Jeopardy Judgement Judiciary Jurisdiction Jurisprudence Jurist Jury Jus Justice, just Juvenile Kidnapping Lacuna Landlord Larceny Latent Layman Lease Legacy Legislation Legislature Lessee Lessor Lethal Liability Libel License Liable to

Misleading it leads u 2 a wrong direction Misuse 2 use in the wronge way Mitigating circumstances Circumstances that may make a crime seem less serious

In a natural way, The order of avoiding a person of doing something Not active, not operative, not valid Crazy, not normal Which cant be paid Among other things Interior, essential Risk, danger The act of judging/giving a verdict/deciding of a crime, a verdict, The system in charge of keeping the justice, by making decisions about legal issues The authority to make a decisions about legal issues The doctrine of law system, the philosophy of law A person who involves in law A group of people who decides about the verdict Related to justice/trial latin Doing whats right by the society law Youth, underage for trial Taking someone by force, away from his natural environment Missing, not available for understanding from the text The owner of a property Stealing Exists but not visible, covered, not obvious Unprofessional, doesnt know the profession, someone who doesnt deal with those issues as a profession Rent, having something for a temporary period, a contract of renting something A will The act of law making, defining new laws The authority which defines the laws A renter, a person who rents something The person/authority who gives the lessee the rented object Deadly, killing The duty to perform what was agreed Defamation of someone which causes damage A permission, giving an official right to do something To be likely to have, suffer something

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Pro Bono Prima Facie

Molestation harresment Nutural justice - what instice is something philosopy Nuturalization living in the country for some years rights and obligat Negation to put it in a negtive way Negligence if I have duty 2 take care and I dont do it Negotiation all kinds of settelments Next of kin the nearst person in the blood relationship Nisi unless Nonfeasance I didnt do it Normative according 2 the expectet standers Notary witnce your signeature Notwithstanding - - - Novatrion Nuisance do something that con bother some one Null and void it doesn't exist any more Oath something that sware Obiter dictum not something that is vital but may Obscenity something that is obscon Obscene - Morally disgusting, offensive (especially because describing sex indecently) Obsolescence it out of use Offense a crime Offensive something which hort me Offer 1 of the 3 asential parts of a contract 0ffspring my children per annum 4 a year per capita each individual per diem what u pay each day per se according 2 itself peremptory a final conclusive act perjury tyelling lies in court perpetrator somebody who does something bad pertinent relevent petition something that peaple wirte to express their opinion petty offense small offense plaintiff person who take a civil action ageinst someone else plea bargaining a deal I make plead what is your situation what I state polygasmy many wamen Procur- to buy, get something
Doing legal work without compensation, e.g. for charity at first view, on the first appearance, evidence legally sufficient to establish a fact or a case unless disproved.

Presiding Judge Prerogative Provocation Procurer Prohibition Promisee Promisor Promissory note Promulgation Proprietor Provison Proxy Punitive damages Pursuance Quantum Quasi Quasi judicial Quorum Ransom Rape Ratio legis Rebate Recidivism Recidivist Redemption Referendum Res ispa loquitur Rescind Respondent Restitution Revenue Reversal of judgment Scrutiny Search warrant Sentence Sequestration

the senior Judge on a trial, he has the authority to control the proceedings of the Trial an exclusive or special right, power, or privilege

The act of doing something that annoys A man who finds women for a prostitute, a pimp Preventing something, saying that something must not be done The one who gets a promise The one who committed to do / give something A piece of paper which debits a person to pay the amount he owes Announcing something officially (a decree, a new law) An owner, especially of landed property A condition A document giving authority to represent or act for another Damages paid, intended for punishing. During the carrying out or performance of duties etc. An amount, a sum Seemingly but not really Seems judicial, while actually it does not. A number of people who must be present at a meeting before it can have authority Money paid for the freeing of a person who has been kidnapped The crime of forcing sexual intercourse on a person The sensible & reasonable part of a verdict Giving money back Committing the same crime over and over again The felon who keeps committing a crime over and over again The act of getting something back by payment or by doing something A political question to a direct vote of all the people It speaks for itself, say no more To cancel (a contract/ obligation) The person against whom a petition is made The act of restoring something to its owner Money received during a given period, an income Turning the judgment A thorough and detailed examination An official authority to enter and looking for something/one A statement, by a judge, of a punishment Taking away property owned by another person, expropriating

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Set off Severance Sexual harassment Share Sine Qua non Small claims Sodomy Solicitor Solvent Strict liability Sub Judice Subpoena Subsequent Subsistence Subtenant Successor Superintendent Sustain Tacit Tacit understanding Tamper Tangible Tenant Terminal Termination Testimony To absolve To attest To circumvent To confiscate To elucidate To elude To fabricate To invalidate

Balancing a cost, loss, fault...against an income, profit, good, quality Money paid to an employee when a contract has ended, or when he gets fired Disturbing, annoying concerning sex One of the equal parts into which capital of a business company is divided, a commerce Necessary term which must be and cannot be avoided Simple claims (in a special court){in Israel - for a sum of 2.5 million shekels max. / 7 years of jailing} A kind of sexual crime A lawyer who prepares legal documents and advises clients on legal matters (common in U.K) Having enough money to meet debts Clear and exact responsibility The order not to publish a subject sentenced in court, as long as it might effect the results of the trial A writ orders to court Later, following The means of existence A secondary lodger A person or thing that comes, in time or order, after another A person who watches and directs others Accepting something (such as objection), not over-rule it Understood without being put into words An agreement deduced without being put into words To interfere with something That can be known by touch A person who pays rent for the use of residence A place used by passengers in an airport; an end of railway line, bus route... An end A formal statement, especially in law court, that something is true To release a person from guilt To give clear proof of something To find a way to get round (a law, rule...) To take a possession of private property without payment as punishment or to enforce authority To make clear, explain something To escape from capture (especially by a person who deceives) To make up something false To make something not valid

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To litigate To molest To negate To oust To overrule To perpetrate To perpetuate To preside To promulgate To prosecute To relinquish To scrutinize To sever To summon To terminate Tort law Treacherous Trespass Triplicate Ultra vires Unjust enrichment Unwarranted Vagrancy Vagrant Venue Verdict Vice versa Vocation Voucher Waiver Warrant Writ

To make or oppose a claim at a law court To trouble or annoy a person intentionally, especially making sexual attacks To deny or refuse To force a person to leave a place, job... To decide against someone/thing, especially by using authority To commit (a serious crime, error) To preserve something from being forgotten or from going out of use To manage, administrate, being chairman/woman or president To announce officially (a decree, a new law) To accuse a person of a crime and try to prove it in a law court To give up something To make a detailed examination of something To cut, break something off To call or send for a person, officially To cause something to come to an end The law of damages caused by injustice False or disloyal Going onto privately owned land without right or permission One of three; three times Exceeding authority, doing something beyond authority Becoming rich/ wealthy unfairly Without a suitable reason or cause Wandering from place to place and having no home A person who wander from place to place and has no home The place where something happened A decision reached by a jury on a question of fact in a law case The opposite, contrary thing A trade or profession A receipt or document used instead of money Giving up (a right or claim) A written order giving official authority A writteb order issued in the name of an official to do/ not to do something

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