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verb: To persuade to do or believe


noun: The studying or deciding of a case in a court of law


noun: A group of citizens chosen to listen to the facts and proof on cases presented in a court of law


adjective: Having committed a crime or bad deed


verb: To call attention to something with a finger


adjective: Not lying, stealing, or cheating


noun: A low, continuous sound


noun: The place taken by a witness in court

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