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CRIME and PUNISHMENT

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    vocab review
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  • They took a millionaire's daughter and asked for money for her safe return. (burglary - kidnapping - theft)
    KIDNAPPING
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  • She poisened his drink and he died almost immediately. (robbery - stalking - murder)
    MURDER
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  • Two passengers took control of the plane and made the pilot change destination. (hijacking - bribery - kidnapping)
    HIJACKING
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  • We came back from our holiday and found all our jewelry and money had been stolen. (vandalism - burglary - fraud)
    BURGLARY
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  • Someone managed to get into my online bank account and made several purchases using my money! (fraud - hacking - smuggling)
    HACKING
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  • They had a lot more alcohol and cigarettes in their suitcases than you are allowed to carry. They were stopped by the border police. (smuggling - stalking - bribery)
    SMUGGLING
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  • The shop windows were all smashed and their was graffiti all over the walls. (mugging - blackmail - vandalism)
    VANDALISM
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  • He said he'd send the embarrassing photos to the newspaper if she didn't give him £100,000. (theft - blackmail - fraud)
    BLACKMAIL
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  • Someone stole my bag on the train yesterday. (bribery - theft - hacking)
    THEFT
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  • The man had a knife in his hand and told me to give him my phone and purse! (blackmail - mugging - drug dealing)
    MUGGING
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  • Peter makes fake payments and takes the companies money himself! (smuggling - mugging - fraud)
    FRAUD
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  • He tried to sell me some marijuana at the party. (drug dealing - hacking - robbery)
    DRUG DEALING
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  • a person who steals is a ......
    THIEF
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  • "fraud" is a noun. What verb do we use with this noun? To .......... fraud
    COMMIT
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  • What does a burglar do?
    BREAKS INTO HOUSES
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  • What's the difference between BRIBERY and BLACKMAIL?
    BRIBERY - you give/offer or promise something in order to get something else in return. BLACKMAIL - you threaten someone in order to get what you want.
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  • James was found ......... of the robbery. They found his fingerprints all over the place.
    GUILTY
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  • The police are looking for ........ to help them solve the crime.
    EVIDENCE
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  • The police are looking for any ........ that may have seen something last night at 10pm when the bank was robbed.
    WITNESSES
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  • After 11 hours, the jury reached a ......... - not guilty
    VERDICT
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  • The ......... must fit the crime.
    PUNISHMENT
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  • After reviewing the case, Sam was ........... and allowed to go free.
    ACQUITTED
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