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. Quiz About Law . Alexa Lisitza. Instructions . Read the question Click on the answer Don’t click anything else, or it may go to wrong slide. Question 1. Culprit (Noun) Victim C. Wrongdoer Victor D. Wonderer.
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. Quiz About Law AlexaLisitza
Instructions • Read the question • Click on the answer • Don’t click anything else, or it may go to wrong slide
Question 1 Culprit (Noun) • Victim C. Wrongdoer • Victor D. Wonderer
Correct Answer to Culprit Wrongdoer; offender. Shortening of Anglo-French culpable; prestd’averrernotrebille (“you are guilty; we are ready to prove it”). Ex) We’ve found the culprit and he has admitted to the crime. Click for next Word!
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Question 2 Libel (Noun) • To defame C. blame • Spend Freely D. risk
Correct Answer to Libel To defame; dishonor Ex) A newspaper columnist libeled a police captain Click for next Word!
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Question 3 Penal (Adj) • Poverty C. Punishment • Criminals D. Greed
Correct Answer to Penal Pertaining to punishment or discipline Ex)The Devil’s island was once a French penal colony. Click for next Word!
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Question 4 Delinquent (Adj) • Rash C. Messy • Young D. Neglectful
Correct Answer to Delinquent Neglectful Ex) A court ruled that he had been delinquent in paying child supprt. Click for next Word!
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Question 5 Incarcerate (Noun) • To capture C. Sum up • Put in jail D. Harm
Correct Answer to Incarcerate To put in jail or prison Ex) In Victor Hugo’s “Les Miserables,” Jean Valjean was incarcerated for stealing a loaf of bread. Click for next Word!
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