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LIMBA ENGLEZA

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Limba engleza
MULTIPLE CHOICE
1. A/An subpoena is a writ issued by a court of justice requiring a person to appear before the court
at a specified time.

c. subpoena

2. The writ ordering a person to be brought before a court or judge, so that the court may ascertain
whether his detention is lawful is called Habeas Corpus …………………. .

b. Habeas Corpus
.
3. An amendment is an addition, alteration or improvement to a motion or document

c. an addition, alteration or improvement to a motion or document.
.
4. A/An indictment is a written statement of the details of the crime with which someone is
charged in the Court.

d. indictment
.
5. In the sentence: No cruel punishments shall be inflicted upon the prisoners. to inflict means:

a. to cause something painful or unpleasant to be suffered by someone else;

6. In the sentence: The rights presented in the Constitution shall not be construed. to construe
means:

c. to interpret the meaning of something;
.
7. In the sentence The news about the NSA's eavesdropping programs, to eavesdrop means:

b. to listen secretly to the private conversation of others;

.8. In the sentence The federal government has vowed to prosecute, to vow means:

a. to pledge, promise, or undertake solemnly;

.9. In the sentence The government must prove beyond any reasonable doubt that, beyond any
reasonable doubt means:
c. almost certain proof needed to convict a person in a criminal case.
10. In the phrase obtaining information respecting the national defense, respecting means:
a. regarding, concerning;

.
11. In the sentence To convict a person for disclosing classified information, to disclose information
means: 1
a. to make information known;

12. In the sentence The FCS will forfeit the assets of those engaged in federal crimes. to forfeit
means:
b. to confiscate something as a penalty for an offence, breach of contract;
.
13. In the sentence Many organizations defraud the public and private health care systems. to
defraud means:
c. to illegally obtain money, rights, property (from someone) by fraud.

14. In the sentence The ITADA amended the fraud chapter of title 18 of the United States Code… , to
amend means:
a. to alter or revise (legislation, a constitution, etc.) by formal procedure;

.
15. In the sentence Identity fraud involves the misappropriation of another person's personal
identifying information…, to misappropriate means:
b. to appropriate for a wrong or dishonest use/to embezzle or steal smth;

.16. In the sentence Criminals use this information to run up debts on another person's account…, to
run up debts means:
c. to amass/accumulate or incur debts.
.
17. In the sentence Criminals use this information to take over existing financial accounts., to take
over means:
b. to assume the control or management of;

18. In the phrase to provide an appropriate penalty for each offense…, penalty means:
c. a legal or official punishment, such as a term of imprisonment.

.19. The synonymous term for the adjective counterfeit – counterfeit documents/notes – is:
a. forged
.
20. PIN is the abbreviation of ………………………… .
b. Personal Identification Number;
.
21. If participants ……………. any problems with the monitoring equipment, they must notify
officers immediately.
b. experience
.
22. If the defendant has a prior criminal record, his sentence a. will be harsher.
a. will be
.
23. A grand jury decides if there …… a probable cause to indict (accuse) individuals or corporations
on criminal charges based upon the evidence presented.
c. is

24. If a person … . believes, may have that he/she has been wrongfully imprisoned, he/she ……………. the right to challenge the legality of their confinement.
c. believes, may have
.
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25. If the writ of habeas corpus . is issued. , the prisoner will be brought into court. 2
.
26. If, after hearing both sides, the court finds, is released .that the grounds for the confinement are illegal, the
petitioner ……………… .
a. finds, is released
.
27. If I had known what an open-ended question is, I would have passed my last exam.
d. would have passed
.
28. If you were such a good lawyer, your arguments b. would hold up . in the present situation.
b. would hold up
.
29. If you …………... the devil’s advocate and ……………. some exceptions to the
lawyers’argument, we could have won our last case.
d. had played, (had) found
.
30. If you were journalists covering the Supreme Court, what would you write in a murder case
article?
b. were

.31. If the defendant were found guilty, the jury would then determine…the appropriate sentence, a life term or death.
b. would then determine
.
32. If the sentence of death for rape . violates the Eighth Amendment, the rapist may receive a life
sentence.
a. violates
.
33. Judges have, refuse the authority to hold journalists in contempt of court, if reporters ……... to comply
with an order to reveal the identity of unnamed sources.
b. have, refuse 3
34. If the grand jury had conducted its proceedings in secret, requiring a journalist to reveal confidential
sources would have been considered prosecutorial abuse.
a. had conducted

35. If a journalist’s source is engaged in illegal activities and knows, will be ……… that the journalist could be required to identify him/her, the source …………... hesitant to talk.
b. knows, will be
.
36. If reporters are forced to identify their confidential sources before a grand jury, the press will
not truly be free.
c. are forced
.
37. Unless you work things out, we shall have to go to court.
b. work

.
38. If the pedestrian …has be assaulted by a policeman, the former should have made a complaint to
the nearest police station.
a. has be assaulted
.
39. If the journalist’s story had involved criminal activity, he would have reported it.
c. had involved
.
40. If a prosecutor were conducting a grand jury investigation in bad faith, journalists might have a
right to refuse to reveal their sources.
a. were conducting

41. You had better confess...your crimes right now, when you still have a chance.
c. confess
.
42. I would rather ..spend the rest of my life in jail than confess to a crime I did not commit.
a. spend 4
.
43. He made me . drop.. all my charges, threatening me with a gun.
b. drop
.
44. He let me . decide. which option was the best for my difficult situation.
a. decide
.
45. Let’s ..take...a short coffee break and decide afterwards.
d. take
.
46. Why not . discuss.. your case later, when we have further information.
c. discuss

47. He is far too unexperienced to be promoted . to chief justice.
b. to be promoted
.
48. The police are said to have been working on this case for many months, without any results so
far.
b. to have been working
.
49. Apparently criminals tend to return to the scene of the crime.
d. to return
.
50. The Court is thought to have. Unjustly sentenced him to 10 years in prison, without any
possibility of parole.
b. to have … sentenced
.
51. Several measures need to be taken before hearing the witnesses.
c. to be taken
.
52. He recommended us to make an appeal as soon as the verdict is pronounced.
a. to make
.
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53. We are sure that he didn’t mean to commit, perjury; he was too afraid to tell the truth.
b. to commit, to tell
.
54. They made him . speak under duress, without allowing his lawyer to be present during the
cross-examination.
d. speak, to be

55. I hate to interrupt, you but our witness seems to have made it after all.
a. to interrupt, to have made
.
56. Everybody hates . paying..law expenses.
b. paying
.
57. I look forward to . seeing....you in Court! We shall settle things then.
a. seeing
.
58. ‘Find me a good lawyer! I don’t want to risk .. spending.. the rest of my life in jail.’
a. spending

59. I advised him . to go...to court and accuse him of conspiracy crimes.
a. to go
.
60. ‘Shall we proceed? It’s no use . waiting...for the witness!’
c. waiting
.
61. ‘I’m sorry Your Honour, but I can’ t help .. crying.. when I speak about my son.’
a. crying
.
62. They arrived home . to find... that the house had been burgled.
c. to find
.
63. Despite .. having been..jailed for drug crimes 5 years ago, he has just been taken into custody for
the same count.
b. having been
.
64. British Airways regret ..to announce.. that the flight BA541 from Paris has been cancelled.
c. to announce
.
65. He couldn’t help noticing..that the defendant showed no remorse. 6
c. noticing
.
66. I don’t intend . to act..according to the wishes of this jury.
a. to act
.
67. I suggest ..deliberating...upon the case after a short break.
b. deliberating
.
68. The judge admitted .. having taken.. bribe from one of his defendants months before the trial

.
69. He finds it hard ..to endure..the corrupt system of justice in this third world country.
b. to endure
.
70. He has been charged with trespassing. and taken into custody.
b. trespassing

71. It surprises me . to hear..that he has been accused of money laundering.
c. to hear
.
72. Would you mind . standing..up when the verdict is pronounced?
d. standing
.
73. ‘I strongly object to being..treated like a hardened criminal!’
c. being
.
74. We keep telling the law-makers that new laws should be instituted against public corruption.
a. telling
.
75. All foreigners complain that they are not used to driving on the left.
c. driving
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