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Real Life: Crime Verbs (3)

The prosecutor ........., without a shadow of a doubt, that the defendant committed the crimes and the jury found him guilty of all charges.
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The law ......... everyone is innocent until proven guilty.
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That's because the law states that anyone charged with a crime ......... a fair trial that will determine whether he/she is guilty.
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The newspaper made some false comments about the mayor so they had to ......... a retraction or the newspaper could be sued for slander.
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The judge ......... Harry out on bail until his trial date that will commence in September. However, Harry cannot leave the state and he had to give his passport to the courts before he was released.
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The justice system ......... Donovan ten years ago. He spent ten, long years in jail for a crime he didn't commit. However, new DNA evidence proves that he is innocent and he is going to be released tomorrow.
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Victims want to see the people who made them suffer pay for their wrongdoings. In other words, victims ......... and deserve justice.
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Bryan ......... his former tenant for past rent issues and damages. Bryan took his tenant to small claims' court and won.
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Once he was found guilty, Mathew ......... to jail for twenty years for armed robbery.
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After months of intense investigation, the prosecutor's office decided to ......... a plea because they didn't have enough evidence to convict the murderer of first-degree murder.
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