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Istorie Limba Engleza An 1, sem 1

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Istorie Limba Engleza An 1, sem 1




MULTIPLE CHOICE

A person who steals money placed in his care.

1 a forger

2 an arsonist

3 an embezzler

4 a poacher

................ means catching game birds, animals or fish without permission on somebody

else's property.

1 hunting

2 stealing

3 trespassing

4 poaching

A person who enters a building illegally, especially by force, in order to steal.

1 a burglar

2 a robber

3 a hooligan

4 a vandal

A person who steals money, etc from other people's pockets, especially in crowded places.

1 a thief

2 a pickpocket

3 a shoplifter

4 a robber

The judge has pronounced .......................... of ten years'imprisonment.

1 an accusation

2 a punishment

3 a sentence

4 a conviction

The correct spelling for the English equivalent of the Romanian word - contrabandist - is:

1 imbezzler

2 embezler

3 embezzler

4 embezller

He has been released from prison .................... and if he does not behave satisfactorily, he will be sent back.

1 on probation

2 on remission

3 into custody

4 on testing

There was no need for a trial, because the client decided to .................... and forgive the attacker.

1 serve his sentence

2 appear in court

3 drop all the charges

4 commute his sentence

............... means money paid by or for a person accused of a crime, as security that he will return for his trial if he is allowed to go free until then.

1 Probation

2 Bribe

3 Bail

4 Fine

A .................... is a lawyer who prepares legal documents, advises clients on legal matters and speaks for them in lower courts.

1 solicitor

2 prosecutor

3 judge

4 barrister

A person who takes people hostage for a ransom is called a .......................

1 hijacker

2 bandit

3 kidnapper

4 rapist

The correct spelling for the English equivalent of the Romanian word - omor prin

imprudenta - is:

1 menslaughter

2 manslother

3 manslaughter

4 manslauther

After ten hours, the Jury finally reached its ......: the prisoner was guilty.

1 sentence

2 verdict

3 point

4 conclusion

A person who willfully gives a false statement while under oath, concerning a material matter in a judicial proceeding is said to commit .................. .

1 slander

2 bribery

3 perjury

4 treason

A ....................... is someone who testifies, especially in a court of law to events or facts within his own knowledge.

1 registrar

2 spectator

3 witness

4 friend

Any witness shall take an oath that the .................. he/she is about to give shall be the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth.

1 confession

2 testimony

3 verdict

4 statement

To .................... means to go or intrude on the property, privacy, or preserves of another with no right or permission.

1 trespass

2 forge

3 break in

4 burgle

.................. is defined as giving or promising to give a public official something of value with a corrupt intention to influence the official in the discharge of his or her official duty.

1 Forgery

2 Larceny

3 Bribery

4 Perjury

..................... is the false making or altering of any document that either has legal

significance or is commonly relied upon in business transactions.

1 Deceit

2 Smuggling

3 Corruption

4 Forgery

Since the defendant did not have a criminal record, he got away with a small ........... .

1 ransom

2 punishment

3 fine

4 ticket

The woman sitting in the witness ............ will certainly commit perjury.

1 box

2 stand

3 seat

4 bench

A .............. will be appointed to investigate the violent and suspicious death of the teenager.

1 prosecutor

2 doctor

3 coroner

4 judge

He was caught ..................... stealing money from the cash-box.

1 red-handed

2 heavy-handed

3 light-fingered

4 heavy-set

You can't have burgled the house alone, so who was your ............... ?

1 ally

2 accomplice

3 assistant

4 associate

Wilkinson is alleged to have ................... a number of serious crimes.

1 done

2 made

3 committed

4 discharged

She will soon ................. trial for the part she played in the recent robbery.

1 give

2 perform

3 make

4 stand

Detectives are said to be ....................... into the causes of the recent fire.

1 looking

2 investigating

3 checking

4 searching

The victim ............... the law into her own hands by killing her attacker.

1 took

2 seized

3 grabbed

4 put

'I object, Your Honour, the lawyer is ................. the witness!'

1 harassing

2 intimidating

3 offending

4 leading

Many civilized countries have long abolished the death .................

1 penalty

2 punishment

3 conviction

4 sentence

A threat of attack to another person, followed by actual attack which need amount only to touching with hostile intent is called .....................

1 rape

2 assault and battery

3 threat

4 vandalism

The man jumped out of the window and committed ................

1 death

2 homicide

3 murder

4 suicide

The police said there was no sign of a .......... entry even though the house had been burgled.

1 broken



2 burst

3 forced

4 smashed

He was placed ............ house arrest for his own safety.

1 on

2 in

3 under

4 within

Is the defendant going to ............ guilty or not guilty?

1 plead

2 play

3 appeal

4 appear

Mr. Johnson was ............... fifty pounds for drinking and driving.

1 charged

2 fined

3 ordered

4 penalized

As it was her first offence, the judge gave her a ............... sentence.

1 kind

2 lenient

3 severe

4 tolerant

The defendant was able to prove his innocence at the trial and was ..................... .

1 absolved

2 acquitted

3 forgiven

4 pardoned

Ted Bundy was a hardened criminal who showed no .................. for his crimes.

1 penance

2 pity

3 remorse

4 reproach

His sentence has been commuted to six months on the ................ of failing health.

1 bases

2 causes

3 grounds

4 reasons

He was convicted to 10 years of prison and ................. of his property.

1 confiscated

2 denied

3 removed

4 deprived

The judge recommended more humane forms of punishment for juvenile ......................

1 convicts

2 villains

3 sinners

4 delinquents

If you can't resolve the dispute, it will have to be settled by.......................

1 arbitration

2 court

3 election

4 referee

All his friends thought he was guilty, but no one could ................ anything against him.

1 accuse

2 ensure

3 point

4 prove

I ............... to say anything unless I am allowed to speak to my lawyer.

1 deny

2 neglect

3 refuse

4 resist

The new harassment law comes into ............... on September 15.

1 force

2 condition

3 date

4 power

As the result of a police ............. on the disco, twenty teenagers were arrested.

1 invasion

2 raid

3 intrusion

4 entry

The police have to ................... the law, not to take it into their own hands.

1 press

2 break

3 force

4 enforce

He was charged .............. assault and battery and taken to prison.

1 of

2 with

3 on

4 in

As he was suspected ........... drug traffic, he was placed .............. investigation.

1 on, on

2 of, into

3 with, under

4 of, under

He was taken ......... custody for smuggling and released ........... bail the same day.

1 into, with

2 in, on

3 to, with

4 into, on

'You have no right to enter my house without a search .................... .'

1 permit

2 warrant

3 authorisation

4 licence

As he didn't have a criminal ............., the judge sentenced him to 50 hours of community

work.

1 case

2 file

3 record

4 dossier

The judge will hear the next ............ after a short break.

1 lawsuit

2 trial

3 charge

4 case

After they pronounced the verdict, the judge .................. the case.

1 dismissed

2 discharged

3 declined

4 removed

'I am a law-................... citizen, I could never break the law!'

1 respecting

2 abiding

3 obeying

4 breaking

Before the trial begins, the jurors ................ to decide the facts fairly.

1 promise

2 declare

3 swear

4 guarantee

In criminal cases, the judge has to decide whether the accused is guilty 'beyond any..................... doubt'.

1 reasonable

2 unresolved

3 probable

4 uncertain

Any sentence has to be imposed ................ limits that have been fixed by the legislature.

1 inside

2 within

3 outside

4 under

Judge Williams ........................ today as judge Thomson has been taken ill.

1 presides

2 will preside

3 is presiding

4 presided

Before taking up his duty, each judge ............. an oath to respect his responsabilities.

1 takes

2 is taking

3 took

4 has taken

He ................... a solicitor for more than a year now.

1 was

2 had been

3 has been

4 is

We ......................... for the verdict for almost two hours! There must be something wrong.

1 are waiting

2 were waiting

3 waited

4 have been waiting

Judges ............ never take bribe from the defendants.

1 should

2 must

3 can

4 will

The window is broken; the intruder ............... tried to get into their bedroom.

1 can have

2 should have

3 would have

4 must have

Everybody hates ..................... the law expenses.

1 to pay

2 paying

3 to be paid

4 to be paying

She .................... released on bail last week.

1 has been

2 was

3 will be



4 had been

The members of the jury ....... now ................... on the murder case.

1 is __ deliberating

2 were __ deliberating

3 are __ deliberating

............ the jury .................. a verdict?

1 Have ... reached

2 Has ... reached

3 Had ... reached

4 Did .... reach

By the time you reach the Court, he ........................... released on bail.

1 had been

2 will have been

3 has been

4 was

While the people ......................... for the verdict, the judge was talking to the defendantabout the weather.

1 had been waiting

2 are waiting

3 were waiting

4 wait

He was innocent! They ................. have taken him into custody!

1 shouldn't

2 mustn't

3 needn't

4 can't

He ................ have committed the crime! He was immobilized in bed at that time!

1 mustn't

2 couldn't

3 wouldn't

4 shouldn't

I look forward to ...................you in Court! We shall settle things then.

1 seeing

2 see

3 have seen

4 saw

Right now I think I am ....................... . Come and pick me up!

1 followed

2 being followed

3 been followed

4 following

The leader of the gang ...... just ............ acquitted by the court of justice.

1 has...been

2 had...been

3 was...been

4 is ...

He ....................... down a street near his home when he was kidnapped.

1 walked

2 was walking

3 had been walking

4 is walking

One of the kidnappers ................ to kill him while they were driving away.

1 threatens

2 threteaned

3 is threatening

4 had threthened

How long ago ....... you .......... an appeal?

1 did ... made

2 had ...made

3 did ... make

4 were ... made

I saw you yesterday, while you ................... that famous criminal.

1 were defending

2 defended

3 had been defending

4 defending

He was placed under investigation only after they .............. hard evidence against him.

1 found

2 had found

3 has found

4 finded

His sentence was by far more severe than everybody ......................... .

1 expected

2 was expecting

3 had expected

4 has expected

As soon as the jury .................. the verdict, the case was dismissed.

1 had pronounced

2 pronounced

3 has pronounced

4 pronounces

Everybody wondered why he ................. caught red-handed before.

1 hasn't been

2 wasn't

3 hadn't been

4 wouldn't be

The members of the jury ................. for hours when they finally reached a verdict.

1 were deliberating

2 deliberated

3 have been deliberating

4 had been deliberating

The witnesses were still being heard when I ............. the court of law.

1 left

2 leaved

3 was leaving

4 had left

She told me that she ..................... filing for divorce for a long time.

1 considered

2 had been considering

3 would consider

4 has been considering

This time tomorrow they .................... the witness.

1 will cross-examine

2 would cross-examine

3 will be cross-examining

4 are cross-examining

............................ to represent yourself in the trial?

1 Will you

2 Are you going

3 You are going

4 Will you be

By the end of this year he ........................ ten years in prison.

1 will be spending

2 will spend

3 will have spent

4 has spent

Look out! One of the robbers .......................... .

1 will shoot

2 is shooting

3 was shooting

4 is going to shoot

I ....................... my solicitor tomorrow; I am changing my will.

1 am seeing

2 will see

3 see

4 would see

I ......................... in a court of law since my parents filed for a divorce.

1 wasn't

2 haven't been

3 won't be

4 hadn't been

As soon as I .............. from my lawyer, I will let you know.

1 will hear

2 heard

3 will have heard

4 hear

We knew that the defendant .............. to do such a thing.

1 will never be able

2 are never able

3 would never be able

4 can never

They said that the new constitution ....................... soon.

1 would be voted

2 will be voted

3 would vote

4 is voted

By this time next year, he ..................... his prison sentence.

1 would have served

2 will have served

3 will serve

4 is serving

I am sorry you didn't ask for help; I ....................... introduced you to my lawyer.

1 can't have

2 must have

3 could have

4 was able to

The legislation says that the judges ........................ immune from legal proceedings.

1 shall be

2 will be

3 should be

4 must be

A judge ................... of his office if he no longer fulfils the legal conditions.

1 can be deprive

2 must deprive

3 may be deprived

4 may been deprived

The criminal ....................... to trial if there is enough evidence against him.

1 would be brought

2 will have been brought

3 will be brought



4 was brought

As soon as the search warrant ..................... they will be allowed to look for the documents.

1 has been issued

2 will be issued

3 was issued

4 had been issued

................ his criminal record ..................... to the slightest detail?

1 Was ___ checked

2 Has ___ being checked

3 Has ___ been checked

4 Would ___ been checked

You cannot enter this room. The witness ..................... cross examined right this moment.

1 is being

2 is

3 will be

4 has being

If he does not confess his crime, he .................... sentenced to life imprisonment.

1 was

2 would be

3 will be

4 has been

While he ....................... tried in his absence, his wife was sitting in the Court of Law,

waiting for the verdict.

1 is being

2 was being

3 had been

4 will be

The suspect ............... under investigation long before the police found irrefutable evidence.

1 was placed

2 has been placed

3 had been placed

4 will be placed

You had better .................... your crimes right now, when you still have a chance.

1 to confess

2 confessing

3 confess

4 confessed

'Find me a good lawyer! I don't want to risk .................. the rest of my life in jail.'

1 spending

2 to spend

3 having spended

4 spend

'Shall we proceed? It's no use .................... for the witness!'

1 to wait

2 having to wait

3 waiting

4 wait

'I'm sorry Your Honour, but I can' t help ................... when I speak about my son.'

1 crying

2 not to cry

3 not crying

4 cry

I suggest ...................... upon the case after a short break.

1 to deliberate

2 deliberating

3 to be deliberating

4 deliberate

The judge admitted ..................... bribe from one of his clients months before the trial.

1 to take

2 to be taking

3 having taken

4 having took

He has been charged with .................... and taken into custody.

1 tresapass

2 trespassing

3 tresspassing

4 to trespass

Would you mind .................... up when the verdict is pronounced?

1 to stand

2 stand

3 being stand

4 standing

I would rather .......... the rest of my life in jail than confess to a crime I did not commit.

1 spend

2 to spend

3 spending

4 spent

He made me .............. all my charges, threatening me with a gun.

1 to drop

2 drop

3 dropping

4 to have dropped

He let me .............. which option was the best for my difficult situation.

1 decide

2 deciding

3 to decide

4 being to decide

'I strongly object to ................... treated like a hardened criminal!'

1 be

2 is

3 being

4 been

Let's ............. a short coffee break and will decide afterwards.

1 taking

2 to take

3 took

4 take

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