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Crime and Punishment

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    Vocabulary about crimes and punishments.
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  • Setting fire to a property is called: a) assault b) smuggling c) arson
    c) arson
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  • Illegal entry to a building with an intent to commit a crime is: a) assault b) burglary c) terrorism
    b) burglary
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  • Deception for personal or financial gain is: a) fraud b) hijacking c) abduction
    a) fraud
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  • Illegally getting control of an aircraft or vehicle is called: a) hacking b) hijacking c) abduction
    b) hijacking
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  • Illegal import or export is called: a) fraud b) burglary c) smuggling
    c) smuggling
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  • Taking from another person's pockets is called: a) shoplifting b) smuggling c) pick pocketing
    c) pick pocketing
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  • Taking products from a shop without paying for them is called: a) shoplifitng b) burglary c) pick pocketing
    a) shoplifitng
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  • Staying in school after hours for punishment is called: a) isolation b) detention c) grounding
    b) detention
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  • Physical punishment from a teacher at school is called: a) detention b) grounding c) corporal punishment
    c) corporal punishment
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  • A physical attack is called: a) assault b) abduction c) murder
    a) assault
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  • Deliberate destruction or damage to a building is called: a) vandalism b) burglary c) terrorism
    a) vandalism
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  • The person who controls the court proceedings is called: a) witness b) jury c) judge
    c) judge
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  • A group of people who decide whether the defendant is guilty or not is called: a) witness b) jury c) trial
    b) jury
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  • What you have to pay as punishment for an offense: a) a fine b) an order c) a penalty
    a) a fine
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  • All people accused of a crime should be given a fair trial in a court of law. True or False?
    True
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  • Capital punishment happens when a person is killed by the state as a punishment for a crime. True or False?
    True.
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