consider, ponder, or plan (an action) beforehand
a person or institution against whom an action is brought in a court of law
The side in a court case that pursues formal charges against a criminal to final judgment.
a public official who investigates by inquest any death not due to natural causes
being in complete agreement
a jury that cannot reach a verdict
the decision a jury makes in a trial; the decision reached by the jury
the man who heads and speaks for the jury
someone who obtains pleasure from inflicting pain on others
to find the defendent innocent ("not guilty")
to make someone to become hostile or unfriendly
To choose not to do something
in a hostile or angry manner
a fault or error noted between conflicting facts or claims
a person who is completely intolerant of any different group, race, religion, belief or opinion
the exclusive control or possession of (a business)
having or showing a lack of experience or judgment; credulous (gullible)
preceding before the main part; introductory or initial
beyond a reasonable doubt
rule that jurors can only find the defendant guilty if they are 100% convinced of guilt with NO room for doubt
an excuse used by the defendant to prove he/she was elsewhere when the crime was committed
to consider and discuss carefully
the act of lying under oath in court
to question a witness who has already testified for the opposite side
plead the Fifth
to refuse to testify when doing so might incriminate oneself (witness) in a crime
rule that a person cannot be tried twice for the same crime
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