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  • a priori
  • ABA
  • abscond
  • abuse of process
  • accessory
  • accessory after the fact
  • accessory before the fact
  • accomplice
  • accusatory instrument
  • ACLU
  • acquiescence
  • acquit
  • action
  • ad damnum
  • additur
  • adjourn
  • Admiralty court
  • admissible evidence
  • affidavit
  • affimative action
  • against the weight of the evidence
  • age of consent
  • aggrieved party
  • aid and abet
  • alias
  • alibi
  • alienation of affections
  • amnesty
  • antitrust laws
  • appeal
  • appellant
  • appellate court
  • arbitration
  • arbitrator
  • arraign
  • arraignment
  • artifice
  • assault, aggravated
  • attachment
  • attorney general
  • attorney-client privilege
  • attractive nuisance
  • bail
  • bail bond
  • bailiff
  • bailment
  • bailsman
  • bait and switch
  • barrister
  • bench
  • bench warrant
  • Bill of Rights
  • blue law
  • bond
  • bondsman
  • burden of proof
  • bylaws
  • canon
  • capital offense
  • care
  • caveat
  • caveat emptor
  • chief justice
  • circumstantial evidence
  • civil action
  • civil penalties
  • class action
  • clean hands
  • clear and convincing
  • collusion
  • common law
  • common-law marriage
  • compounding a felony
  • conjecture
  • conspiracy
  • contempt of court
  • contumacy
  • corpus delecti
  • crime of passion
  • cross-examination
  • D.A.
  • damages
  • damages, double
  • damages, exemplary
  • damnum absque injuria
  • de minimis
  • decriminalization
  • defalcation
  • default judgment
  • defraud
  • degree of proof
  • deliberate
  • demonstrative evidence
  • deposition
  • desuetude
  • dictum
  • diminished capacity
  • disbar
  • district attorney
  • divestiture
  • docket
  • double jeopardy
  • embracery
  • entrapment
  • estoppel
  • executive privilege
  • exemplar
  • exigency
  • expungement of records
  • extenuating circumstances
  • extortion
  • facilitation
  • fairness doctrine
  • famosus libellus
  • felony
  • felony murder
  • fiduciary
  • first-degree murder
  • foreman
  • forensic
  • forensic medicine
  • fratricide
  • fraud
  • Freedom of Information Act
  • fresh pursuit
  • fruit of the poisonous tree doctrine
  • gag order
  • garnish
  • graft
  • grand jury
  • gratis
  • gross
  • habeas corpus
  • hearing
  • hearsay rule
  • homicide
  • hostile witness
  • hung jury
  • ignorantia legis non excusat
  • immaterial
  • immunity
  • impaneling
  • impeach
  • implied consent
  • impound
  • in articulo mortis
  • in camera
  • in invitum
  • indictment
  • inferior court
  • injunction
  • injuria non excusat injuriam
  • inquest
  • interrogation
  • J.P.
  • journalist's privilege
  • jump bail
  • jural
  • jurisprudence
  • jury of the vicinage
  • justice
  • laches
  • larceny
  • leading question
  • libel
  • lien
  • litigants
  • litigation
  • loan sharking
  • majority, age of
  • malfeasance
  • malice
  • malice aforethought
  • malicious arrest
  • malicious prosecution
  • malum in se
  • malum prohibitum
  • mandate
  • manslaughter
  • manslaughter, involuntary
  • manslaughter, voluntary
  • material
  • material witness
  • matricide
  • mediation
  • medical examiner
  • mens rea
  • Miranda rule
  • miscarriage of justice
  • misdemeanors
  • misfeasance
  • misjoinder
  • mistrial
  • mitigating circumstances
  • modus operandi
  • moot court
  • moral certainty
  • moral turpitude
  • motion
  • negative pregnant
  • negligence
  • negligence, criminal
  • nemo est supra legis
  • non compos mentis
  • non vult contendere
  • nuisance
  • pain and suffering
  • palimony
  • pander
  • panderer
  • paralegal
  • paternity suit
  • patricide
  • penal
  • penal code
  • perjury
  • petit jury
  • physician-patient privilege
  • plaintiff
  • plea bargaining
  • plead
  • polling the jury
  • polygraph
  • postmortem
  • power of attorney
  • precedent
  • prejudice
  • premeditation
  • presentment
  • presumption
  • presumption of innocence
  • priest-penitent privilege
  • pro bono publico
  • probable cause
  • prosecution
  • prosecutor
  • prurient interest
  • psychotherapist-patient privilege
  • public defender
  • puffing
  • purloin
  • quid pro quo
  • racketeering
  • raised check
  • real evidence
  • reasonable doubt
  • rebuttal evidence
  • recidivist
  • recusal
  • rejoinder
  • remittitur
  • replication
  • rescue doctrine
  • respondeat superior
  • restraining order
  • retainer
  • retreat, duty to
  • scienter
  • scintilla
  • search warrant
  • second-degree murder
  • service
  • sham pleading
  • sheriff's sale
  • shield laws
  • show-up
  • sidebar
  • slander
  • standing mute
  • statute of limitation
  • statutory rape
  • stay
  • stay of execution
  • strict liability
  • subornation of perjury
  • subpoena
  • subrogation
  • suit
  • suitor
  • summation
  • summons
  • sunshine laws
  • superior court
  • suppression of evidence
  • supreme court
  • Supreme Court
  • surety
  • surety bond
  • tacit
  • tainted evidence
  • taking the Fifth
  • testify
  • testimony
  • tort
  • tortfeasor
  • transcript
  • trial, bench
  • unclean hands
  • usury
  • verdict, false
  • vicarious liability
  • vice crimes
  • vicinage
  • vis major
  • voice exemplar
  • voir dire examination
  • volenti non fit injuria
  • wanton
  • warrant
  • writ
  • writ of execution

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