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CRIME AND PUNISHMENT

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Inma Domínguez

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Transcript of CRIME AND PUNISHMENT

CRIME AND PUNISHMENT
Vocabulary

CRIMINALS
CRIMES
murder
killing
assassination
burglary
mugging
shoplifting
kidnapping
theft
smuggling
bribery
(take bribes)
arson
drug dealing/ trafficking
fraud
rape
drunken driving
(armed) robbery

blackmail
pickpocket
robber
murderer
killer
assassin
juvenile delinquent
suspect
culprit
burglar
smuggler
arsonist
shoplifter
kidnapper
take/ release a hostage
major /minor crime
IDIOMS
To catch someone
red-handed
:
to catch someone in the act of doing something wrong
To
get away with
something
: to do something bad and not get punished for it.
To be
thick as thieves
: to have a very close friendship
Daylight robbery
: you are charged much more than you should have to pay
PUNISHMENT
JUSTICE
1. To accuse s.o. of sth.
2. To arrest s.o. for sth.
3. To sue s.o.
4. To prosecute s.o.
5. To pass verdict
6. To convict s.o. of sth (
opposite: to acquit s.o. of sth.
)
7. To imprison s.o. = to send s.o. to prison
9. To release s.o. from prison


VERBS
NOUNS
thief
PEOPLE
judge
jury
jurors
prosecutor
lawyer
witness
defendant
evidence
trial
court
prison= jail =gaol
death penalty
verdict: decision taken by the judge
recidivism:
relapse into
criminal behaviour after
receiving punishment
DEFENDANT / CONVICT
1. To plead guilty / not guilty
2. To be guilty of sth.
3. To pay a fine
4. To serve time in prison
5. to receive a warning
6. To be sentenced to ... years in prison
7. To be released on parole (with the promise to behave well)
8. To be released on bail (money)
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