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a person who investigates crimes and gathers information
Person thought to be capable of committing a crime.
a pair of metal rings joined by a chain, used for holding the wrists of a prisoner together
a sign or mark to show that a person belongs to a certain group
a person who catches criminals
a weapon that shoots bullets or shells
(n.) a leather or fabric case that is used for the purposes of holding a firearm in place; (n.) a case for carrying a small item
heavy stick carried by police officers as a weapon
governmental forum that administers justice under the law
a public officer authorized to hear and decide cases in a court of law
a long gown worn by men or women as ceremonial dress, an official vestment.
someone who sees an event and reports what happened
person who makes a word-for-word record and transcription of court proceedings
a written, printed, or typed copy of words that have been spoken
special stand for a judge
government's legal representative lawyer
a chair at the end of the judge's bench on the jury box side, usually with a low "modesty screen," where a witness sits and gives testimony after he or she has sworn to tell the truth
An officer of the court who: 1) protects the judge, 2) is in charge of the accused person while he is in the courtroom, and 3) looks after the jurors.
a segregated area in which the jury sits in a court of law
A group of people sworn to determine the truth
the lawyer representing the defendant
an individual or group being sued or charged with a crime
impressions created by wrinkles in the skin that are often used to identify someone in a crime
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