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29 terms
LEGAL
verbal, written, physical(implied)
patient's bill of rights
verbal, observed, written
HIPPA
types of consent
Principles developed in 1973 by the American hospital associa…
what type of patient info must you keep to yourself?
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
verbal, written, physical(implied)
types of consent
patient's bill of rights
Principles developed in 1973 by the American hospital associa…
Legal
Bicameral
Bill
Constitutional Monarchy
Crown
A parliament with an upper and lower house. Refers to two hou…
A proposed law to be considered by parliament.
The head of State is a monarch, or sovereign, who is governed…
The Authority of the monarch represented by the Governor or G…
Bicameral
A parliament with an upper and lower house. Refers to two hou…
Bill
A proposed law to be considered by parliament.
Legal
Why is it important for us to know abo…
What is a Law?
What is Morality?
What is the difference between law and…
- Protect yourself... - Know your rights
A law is a RULE/REGULATION, RIGHT/PRIVILEGE given by a SOVERE…
An individual's or society's idea of what is right or wrong.
Morality:... - Doesn't come from a sovereign body ... - Isn't backe…
Why is it important for us to know abo…
- Protect yourself... - Know your rights
What is a Law?
A law is a RULE/REGULATION, RIGHT/PRIVILEGE given by a SOVERE…
20 terms
LEGAL
TORT
CONSENT
NEGLIGENCE
DEFAMATION
A tort, in common law jurisdictions, is a civil wrong that un…
Permission for something to happen or agreement to do somethi…
Failure to take proper care over something.
The action of damaging the good reputation of someone; slande…
TORT
A tort, in common law jurisdictions, is a civil wrong that un…
CONSENT
Permission for something to happen or agreement to do somethi…
17 terms
Legal Terms
Eyewitness
Expert witness
Two Main Roles of A Forensic Scientist
Self-incrimination
A person who directly observes an event
A person trained in a field of study and recognized as an exp…
Analyze physical evidence and provide expert testimony in court
The act of exposing oneself to a crime
Eyewitness
A person who directly observes an event
Expert witness
A person trained in a field of study and recognized as an exp…
25 terms
legal terms_arrest
crime
police officers
investigate
witness
something someone does that breaks the criminal law
their job is to be caretakers of the government law, make sur…
to find out what happened
a person who sees or hears anything that helps the Court to d…
crime
something someone does that breaks the criminal law
police officers
their job is to be caretakers of the government law, make sur…
198 terms
Legal Terms
Not Competent to Stand Trial
Incompetent to Proceed
Unfit to stand trial
Incompetent to face charges
"재판을 받을 준비가 되어 있지 않다"... 재판 절차에 대하 잘 모르고 있는 경우
"(재판에 대한) 진행 능력이 없음"
"재판을 받기에 부적합함"
"혐의를 받을 능력이 없음"
Not Competent to Stand Trial
"재판을 받을 준비가 되어 있지 않다"... 재판 절차에 대하 잘 모르고 있는 경우
Incompetent to Proceed
"(재판에 대한) 진행 능력이 없음"
15 terms
Legal Agreements
contract
intent
offer
acceptance
A binding agreement between two or more persons that is enfor…
intention or purpose
A proposal by one party to another intended to create a legal…
Agreeing to the terms of an offer to enter into a contract, t…
contract
A binding agreement between two or more persons that is enfor…
intent
intention or purpose
Legal Terms
affidavit
annul
arson
counterfeit
A sworn written statement
Make void or null, cancel, abolish (usually of laws or other…
illegal burning of property
fake; false
affidavit
A sworn written statement
annul
Make void or null, cancel, abolish (usually of laws or other…
Legal Terms
Infrigement
bench trial
Plaintiff
Miranda warning
(n) violation, contravention; (n) the action of undermining s…
A trial in which the judge alone hears the case
One who begins a lawsuit
A series of statements informing criminal suspects, on their…
Infrigement
(n) violation, contravention; (n) the action of undermining s…
bench trial
A trial in which the judge alone hears the case
18 terms
Basic Legal Concepts
Law
Values
Rules
Customs
A set of rules imposed on all members of a community which ar…
Principles, standards or qualities considered worthwhile or d…
Regulations or principles governing procedure or controlling…
Collective habits or traditions that have developed in a soci…
Law
A set of rules imposed on all members of a community which ar…
Values
Principles, standards or qualities considered worthwhile or d…
10 terms
Legal vocabulary
court of law
judge
jury
summons
a place where people can resolve disputes relating to law
a person chosen to interpret laws or settle a controversy
a group of citizens chosen to hear evidence and make a decisi…
a notice to appear in court
court of law
a place where people can resolve disputes relating to law
judge
a person chosen to interpret laws or settle a controversy
17 terms
Legal Terms
Eyewitness
Expert witness
Two Main Roles of A Forensic Scientist
Self-incrimination
A person who directly observes an event
A person trained in a field of study and recognized as an exp…
Analyze physical evidence and provide expert testimony in court
The act of exposing oneself to a crime
Eyewitness
A person who directly observes an event
Expert witness
A person trained in a field of study and recognized as an exp…
14 terms
Legal Terms
accuse
acquit
apprehend
attorney
to blame someone for a crime
to declare not guilty
to take into custody; to arrest
a lawyer
accuse
to blame someone for a crime
acquit
to declare not guilty
Legal Definitions
1st Degree Murder
2nd Degree Murder
Obstruction of Justice
Provocation
-death of human being (multiple or someone from government/la…
-death of human being... -malice (mean)... -premeditation (planning…
-interferes with the work of law officials... -it is done consci…
immediate reaction to dramatic provocation (make someone anno…
1st Degree Murder
-death of human being (multiple or someone from government/la…
2nd Degree Murder
-death of human being... -malice (mean)... -premeditation (planning…
legal studies
legal studies
Appeal
Arbitration
Balance of probabilities
Area of study 2, The civil law in action
when a party to a dispute heard by a court takes the matter t…
when a third party ( the arbitrator ) decides a case, but onl…
the standard of proof in a civil case
legal studies
Area of study 2, The civil law in action
Appeal
when a party to a dispute heard by a court takes the matter t…
Legal 5
recovery
sufficient
exceed
For the avoidance of doubt
debt recovery. 1. взыскание в судебном порядке
достаточный
превышать
во избежание сомнений
recovery
debt recovery. 1. взыскание в судебном порядке
sufficient
достаточный
Legal profession
challenging
fulfilling
educative
tiring
...
...
...
challenging
fulfilling
...
Legal 3
compliance
in compliance with
to deduct
Receivables
соблюдение. соответствие
в соответствии с
вычитать
дебиторская задолженность
compliance
соблюдение. соответствие
in compliance with
в соответствии с
Legal 4
contrary
to evaluate
demand
Legitimate
Claim is contrary to the numerous provisions of the Contract.…
to evaluate the demands stated in the Letter. 1. оценить 2. о…
1. требовать 2. требование
Legitimation of his demand. 1. законный, соответствующий зако…
contrary
Claim is contrary to the numerous provisions of the Contract.…
to evaluate
to evaluate the demands stated in the Letter. 1. оценить 2. о…
12 terms
Legal Words
Democracy
Law
Legal
a system of government by the whole population or all the eli…
the system of rules which a particular country or community r…
relating to the law.
Democracy
a system of government by the whole population or all the eli…
Law
the system of rules which a particular country or community r…
20 terms
Legal terms
abuse of power
assassinate
attorney for defence
attorney for the plaintiff
злоупотребление властью, полномочиями
убивать (обычно политического или видного общественного деяте…
адвокат по защите
адвокат истца
abuse of power
злоупотребление властью, полномочиями
assassinate
убивать (обычно политического или видного общественного деяте…
31 terms
Legal Vocabulary
acquit
affidavit
alibi
allegation
to find not guilty
written statement made under oath (for use as proof in a cour…
A claim to have been somewhere else when a crime was committed
Formal accusation that is unproven and needs to be proven
acquit
to find not guilty
affidavit
written statement made under oath (for use as proof in a cour…
Legal Terms
Acquittal
Appeal
Arraignment
Conviction
A legal determination that a person who has been charged with…
A request for a higher court to review a decision made by a l…
When the accused is brought before the court to hear the char…
The result of a criminal trial in which a person is found gui…
Acquittal
A legal determination that a person who has been charged with…
Appeal
A request for a higher court to review a decision made by a l…
18 terms
Legal Latin
ad hoc
et alii
et cetera
exempli gratia (e.g.)
for this (temporary) purpose
and others
and so forth
for example
ad hoc
for this (temporary) purpose
et alii
and others
Legal Idioms
highway robbery
red-handed
above board
crack down
extremely high price or charge... a situation in which something…
to be caught in the act of... to catch sb in the act of doing st…
legal, honest... If things are done above board, they are carri…
enforce laws
highway robbery
extremely high price or charge... a situation in which something…
red-handed
to be caught in the act of... to catch sb in the act of doing st…
9 terms
Legal relevance
Legal relevance
Probative value
Unfair prejudice
Judicial notice
Evidence is legally relevant where its probative value substa…
Greater than any potentially prejudicial effect; may also be…
1. Emotionally disturbing, creating a desire to punish; or... 2…
Adjudicative facts may be recognized as true without need for…
Legal relevance
Evidence is legally relevant where its probative value substa…
Probative value
Greater than any potentially prejudicial effect; may also be…
35 terms
Legal & Ethical
legal
criminal law
civil law
tort
responsibilities that are authorized or based on law
behavior known as crime, wrongs against a person, property, o…
legal relationships between people and the protection of a pe…
wrongful act that does not involve a contract
legal
responsibilities that are authorized or based on law
criminal law
behavior known as crime, wrongs against a person, property, o…
Legal Vocabulary
perpetually
insulate
liability
perpetrate
everlastingly, for all time.
place or set apart
being legally responsible for something
carry out or commit (a harmful, illegal, or immoral action)
perpetually
everlastingly, for all time.
insulate
place or set apart
21 terms
Legal Actions
отменять, аннулировать правило
отменять осуждение за преступление
обходить закон
преступать закон
The rule has been abrogated by mutual consent.
quash/overturn/overrule a conviction
bend a law
contravene a law
отменять, аннулировать правило
The rule has been abrogated by mutual consent.
отменять осуждение за преступление
quash/overturn/overrule a conviction
Legal Services
Law
Lawyer
Paralegal
Court
A body of enforceable rules governing relationships among ind…
a professional person authorized to practice law
a person with specialized training who assists lawyers
A place where people can resolve disputes relating to law
Law
A body of enforceable rules governing relationships among ind…
Lawyer
a professional person authorized to practice law
15 terms
Legal Vocabulary
affidavit
felony
larceny
defendant
A sworn written statement
A serious crime
theft of propertjjhgy
an individual or group being sued or charged with a crime
affidavit
A sworn written statement
felony
A serious crime
15 terms
Legal Terms
affidavit
felony
larceny
defendant
A sworn written statement
A serious crime
(n.) obtaining another's property by theft or trickery (When…
an individual or group being sued or charged with a crime
affidavit
A sworn written statement
felony
A serious crime
11 terms
Legal Terms
actus reus
mens rea
tort law
bill
a criminal action regarded as a constituent element of a crim…
a criminal intent
A tort, in common law jurisdictions, is a civil wrong that un…
a form or draft of a proposed statute presented to a legislat…
actus reus
a criminal action regarded as a constituent element of a crim…
mens rea
a criminal intent
18 terms
Legal Terms
affidavit
Arraignment
Autopsy
Bail
A written statement sworn to before a person is officially pe…
Pre-trial legal proceeding in which the accused is informed o…
A medical examination of a dead body to find the cause of dea…
The money that is paid by the accused to be released from cou…
affidavit
A written statement sworn to before a person is officially pe…
Arraignment
Pre-trial legal proceeding in which the accused is informed o…
Legal Vocab
Court
Adversary process
Jurisdiction
Parties
an agency of government authorized to resolve legal disputes.…
The method courts use to resolve disputes. Through the advers…
(1) The legal authority of a court to hear and decide a certa…
The plaintiff's and defendants in a lawsuit.
Court
an agency of government authorized to resolve legal disputes.…
Adversary process
The method courts use to resolve disputes. Through the advers…
19 terms
Legal Terms
affidavit
Arraignment
Autopsy
Bail
A written statement sworn to before a person is officially pe…
Pre-trial legal proceeding in which the accused is informed o…
A medical examination of a dead body to find the cause of dea…
The money that is paid by the accused to be released from cou…
affidavit
A written statement sworn to before a person is officially pe…
Arraignment
Pre-trial legal proceeding in which the accused is informed o…
12 terms
Legal vocabulary
Detain
alleged
allege
unanimous
A suspect has been detained by the police for questioning.
It took 15 years for the alleged criminals (= people thought…
C2 to say that someone has done something illegal or wrong wi…
The jury returned a unanimous verdict of guilty after a short…
Detain
A suspect has been detained by the police for questioning.
alleged
It took 15 years for the alleged criminals (= people thought…
29 terms
Legal terms
embezzlement
fraud
theft
to seal - stole - stolen
sikkasztás
csalás
lopás
lop
embezzlement
sikkasztás
fraud
csalás
20 terms
Legal Vocab
Allegation (n)
Appeal (v or n)
Bailiff (n)
Bench Trial (n)
an accusation not found in fact
to apply or an application to a higher court for the reversal…
an official in a court of law who keeps order and looks after…
a trial without a jury, usually for a small offense
Allegation (n)
an accusation not found in fact
Appeal (v or n)
to apply or an application to a higher court for the reversal…
Legal terms
affidavit
defendant
perjury
annul
written statement made under oath (for use as proof in a cour…
an individual or group being sued or charged with a crime
Lying under oath
Make void or null, cancel, abolish (usually of laws or other…
affidavit
written statement made under oath (for use as proof in a cour…
defendant
an individual or group being sued or charged with a crime
Legal terms
affidavit
defendant
perjury
annul
a written declaration upon oath made before an authorized off…
a person, company, against whom a claim or charge is brought…
the willful giving of false testimony under oath or affirmation
to make void or null; abolish; cancel; invalidate:
affidavit
a written declaration upon oath made before an authorized off…
defendant
a person, company, against whom a claim or charge is brought…
13 terms
Legal Terms
Legal (adj.)
US Constitution (n)
Bill (n)
Statute (n)
of or relating to law.
a fundamental law of the United States.
a draft of law presented to a legislature for enactment.
a rule or regulation created by a government.
Legal (adj.)
of or relating to law.
US Constitution (n)
a fundamental law of the United States.
22 terms
Ethics and legal
Ethics
Professional guidelines
Ethics
Code of ethics
A system or code of conducy snd morals advocated by a particu…
Ethics
Professional guidelines
15 terms
Legal Terms
Abortion
Absolute Defense
Absolute Liability
Abstract
The act of ending a pregnancy.
A defense that is good against everyone, including a holder i…
Liability for an act that causes harm without regard to fault…
To copy in abbreviated for the meaningful parts of an instrum…
Abortion
The act of ending a pregnancy.
Absolute Defense
A defense that is good against everyone, including a holder i…
29 terms
Legal Vocab
criminal trial
civil trial
felony
misdemeanor
a way to decide who is guilty of breaking the law. Someone is…
A way to decide who is right when people disagree. Some one i…
A serious crime
(n.) a crime or offense that is less serious than a felony; a…
criminal trial
a way to decide who is guilty of breaking the law. Someone is…
civil trial
A way to decide who is right when people disagree. Some one i…
Legal Terms
affidavit
defendant
perjury
annul
a written declaration upon oath made before an authorized off…
a person, company, etc., against whom a claim or a charge
the willful giving of false testimony under oath or affirmation
to make void or null
affidavit
a written declaration upon oath made before an authorized off…
defendant
a person, company, etc., against whom a claim or a charge
154 terms
Legal Terms
abatement
abrogation
acceptance
accommodation
reduction, termination
annulment of a former law by act of legislative body, by cons…
in contract law, consent to abide by the terms of an offer; t…
arrangement made as a favor to another rather than for consid…
abatement
reduction, termination
abrogation
annulment of a former law by act of legislative body, by cons…
legal terms
affidavit
defendant
perjury
annul
a written declaration upon oath made before authorized official
a person or company against whom a claim or charge is taken t…
the willful giving of false testimony under oath or affirmation
to make void or cancel
affidavit
a written declaration upon oath made before authorized official
defendant
a person or company against whom a claim or charge is taken t…
LEGAL TERMS
affidavit
defendant
perjury
annul
a written declaration(n)
a person, company, etc., against whom a claim or charge is br…
the willing giving of false testimony(n)
especially of laws or other established rules, usages(v)
affidavit
a written declaration(n)
defendant
a person, company, etc., against whom a claim or charge is br…
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