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Vocab Quiz #1 Y

Teacher: m coleburn
Across
The crime of knowingly giving false testimony in a judicial proceeding while under oath to tell the truth
The conditional release of a prisoner from the jail prior to the completion of his sentence
A county official whose principle duty is to determine the manner of death of any person
Testimony, Physical objects, documents, or any other means used to prove the truth in a court proceeding
An abnormal desire to steal
Unlawful Premeditated killing of a human being
The crime of willfully disfiguring another
A person who specializes in the study of mental diseases
The crime of stealing property of money that has been entrusted to ones care
An official court order directing that a person be taken to jail
An accusation in writing, presented by the grand jury, charging a person with a crime
The killing of a human being by another human being
A parallel case in the past which may be used as an example to follow in deciding a present case
The extortion of money from a person
The finding of a person guilty of a criminal charge
Down
An habitual criminal
Unlawful use of force or violence against a person
A person who makes a business of purchasing or receiving stolen goods from criminals
The science of the study of bullets and firearms
The written testimony of a person, who, for some reason, cannot be present at the trial
An official summons issued by a court or peace officer directing a person to appear before the court
The process whereby a public official may be removed from office
A summary of the law pertaining to a case
The defense that the accused was in some other place than the crime
The formal accusation of a crime presented to the court and which acts as the formal commencement of a criminal prosecution
Sexual intercourse with someone other than spouse
The person sued or charged in a court action
A secret combination or agreement between two or more persons to commit a criminal act
In general, there must be a concurrence between a persons acts and his intentions in order to constitute a crime