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15 Cards in this Set

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case (n)

a matter that is being investigated by the police

charge with (v)

when the police formally accuse someone of a crime

evidence (n)

material that is presented to a court of law to help find the truth about something

fraud (n)

the crime of using dishonest methods to take something valuable from another person

investigate (v)

to try to find out the facts about (something, such as a crime or an accident) in order to learn how it happened, who did it, etc.

juvenile (adj/n)

relating to young people who have committed crimes

legal (adj)

relating to law

offender (n)

someone who has committed a crime

witness (v)

to see something happen, such as a crime

Veteran (n)
Someone who fought in a war
inherit (n)
get someone's money when they are die
To be in serious trouble(exp)
Big problem
Hacking (v)
Breaking into a computer
Start with H
proof you were somewhere else when a crime occured
Will (n)
Who gets what when you die