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Crime definition criminal verb





murder killing someone murderer to murder

shoplifting stealing sth from a shop shoplifter to shoplift

burglary stealing sth from sb’s home burglar to burgle

smuggling taking sth illegally into another country smuggler to smuggle

kidnapping taking a person hostage in exchange for money kidnapper to kidnap

terrorism using violence fro political ends terrorist to terrorize

blackmail threatening to make a dark secret public in order to get some money blackmailer to blackmail

drug-trafficking buying and selling drugs drug-trafficker to traffic in drugs

to peddle drugs

to deal in drugs

forgery to try to pass off a copy as a real thing forger to forge

pickpocketing stealing from someone’s pocket or bag pickpocket to pickpocket

mugging attacking someone, often on the street, to get money mugger to mug

hi-jacking taking control of an aircraft, in order to make political demands hi-jacket to hijack

bribery giving or taking of bribes briber to bribe

rape having sex with someone against their will to rape

 

Punishments:prison , death penalty, probation, community service, fine

People connected with the law: witness, detective, traffic warden, lawyer, judge, members of a jury

Bill committed a crimewhen he robbed a bank. Someone witnessed the crime and told the police. The police chargedhim with bank robbery. They also accusedhis twin brother, Ben, of beinghis accomplice. The case came to the courtand they were tried. The trial did not last very long. Bill and Ben both pleaded not guilty in court. Their lawyer did his best to defend them but the prosecutinglayer produced a very strong case againstthem.

After brief deliberations, the jury passed verdict onthem. They decided that Bill was guilty but Ben was innocent.The judge acquittedBen ofany involvement in the robbery but sentencedBill to three years in prison. He also had to pay alarge fine. Bill servedtwo years in prison, but was released from prison a year early. He got time offfor good behavior








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