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judicious
(adj.) showing sound judgement; prudent
adjudicate
(v) to hear and judge a case
astute
(adj.) shrewd; keen
scrutinize
(v) to examine carefully
perjure
(v) to lie under oath
prudent
(adj.) using good judgement
jurisprudence
(n) the science or philosophy of law
jurisdiction
(n) the sphere of authority or control
adjure
(v) to command solemnly, as under oath
adjudge
(v) to determine based upon law
acumen
(n) keenness of judgement
inscrutable
(adj.) beyond comprehension or examination
allegation
(n) a formal accusation