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Real Life: Criminal Justice System (1)

In a technical sense, people who tell lies during court proceedings while under oath are guilty of ..........
Bernard Madoff should be punished to the full extent of the law for ........., in my opinion. He provided misleading information to investors — that they were forced to rely upon — with the intent of stealing their money.
We just got back from court. The idiot drunk-driver who killed my brother was charged with ......... and was found guilty today. I am very glad he is going to be spending a lot of time in jail for what he did.
I hope she gets convicted of first-degree .......... It is obvious that she planned to kill her husband, in advance, so she could get away with it and collect on his life insurance policy.
Luckily, the store was nice about it and allowed me to just pay for the goods as long my son never sets foot in any of their stores again. They could have prosecuted him for ......... for stealing the clothing but they didn't.
I don't believe in or agree with ......... punishment. There have been wrong convictions in the past and I can't bear the thought of executing an innocent person.
My husband is going to have to stay in jail until his court date. The judge approved his ......... but we can't afford it. We don't have $50,000 to give the court as a guarantee that he'll show up for his court date.
Finally, after two years, my husband was ......... from prison after they figured out that he didn't commit the crime. In fact, it was our next-door neighbor. We are thinking about suing for wrongful imprisonment.
Whew! I am finally done with jury duty. I figured that I would serve a couple of days and be done with it. But, no! The murder ......... I was part of lasted eight months!
If you get in one more fight with another inmate, we are going to put you in solitary ......... for a month. You won't see the light of day for one minute of that time and you won't be able to talk to anyone else for a whole month.