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لغات مهم و کاربردی زبان انگلیسی در حوزه‌ی حقوق | Law

Law Part 02: Court Cases

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Criminal law

Criminal law is a system of law concerned with crimes and the punishment of criminals.

Most criminal law is based on government legislation.

Civil law

Part of the law that deals with disagreements between private individuals

Contract law
Contract law sets rules on agreements to buy and sell items and services
Trust law

Trust law sets out the rules for money that is put into an investment, such as pension funds

Constitutional law

Sets the rules for how governments are run and civil rights.

Administrative law

Administrative law is used by citizens when they want to challange government decisions

International law

International law is used to set out rules on how countries interact in areas such as trade, enviroment or war


A system of rules that people are supposed to follow in a society or country.

The courts and police enforce this system of rules and punish people who break the law.


People who might have seen the crime or have knowledge of it

Trial (Collocations)

Murder trial

A trial of someone accused of killing another person

Criminal trial

A trial involving a criminal act

Fraud trial

A trial involving crimes related to financial and business dealings

Trial (Collocations)

To be on trial

A way of referring to the defendant when the trial is taking place.


When a trial hs to be stopped due to a problem with the proceedings

Pretrial hearing

A court session before the actual trial


The person in charge of the trial


Responsible for the running of the trial


Members of the public (usually 12) who have been chosen to hear the case and decide if the defendant is guilty or innocent


The person accused of a crime


To be responsible for committing a crime


To have done no wrong


A list of crime the defendant is accused of


A Statement by the defendant of whether they are guilty or innocent


The facts related to a crime


People who might have seen the crime or have knowledge of it


A formal statement given in court by a witness under oath


To leave the court room and go to the jury room to decide the case


To discuss and consider the case with members of the jury


The final decision in a trial


To declare that someone is guilty of a crime


The punishment the defendant must do to pay for a crime


Money paid to the court if found guilty of crime

Prison sentence

Amount of time a guilty person must spend in jail