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Finish up the sentences by adding one of the fragments.

37.

#1. When someone is sentenced to execution, (3…)

#2. When someone is placed on a community (4…)

#3.When someone is sentenced to imprisonment (5…)

#4. When someone is put on parole, (1…)

#5.When someone is put on probation, (2…)

1) he is released before his prison sentence is finished.

2) he is given a period of time when service order he must behave well and not commit any more crimes in order to avoid being sent to prison.

3) he is killed as a legal punishment for a crime.

4) the court requires an offender to perform unpaid work in his spare time and to contribute to his community.

5) he is put in prison for a crime.

6) he is found innocent.

7) he is charged with murder.

8) he is acquitted.

9) he is praised.

10) he is allowed to be visited in prison.

 

Finish up the sentences by adding one of the fragments.

38.

#1. Rising poverty in US cities has led (3…)

#2. Anti- social behaviour (4…)

#3. Knife crime mostly (5…)

#4. White collar crime (1…)

#5. Fraud has a big impact (2…)

1) has an impact on the whole economy.

2) on older people, as they sometimes lose their life savings.

3) to a rise in a gun crime.

4) adversely affects the communities we live in.

5) impacts young men.

6) to prosperity of the country.

7) benefits the community we live in.

8) impacts a young men.

9) is a crime committed by people wearing white shirts.

10) on the thieves who committed this crime.

 

Finish up the sentences by adding one of the fragments.

39.

#1. Refugees are known (9…)

#2.The court made him (10…)

#3.Death penalty is unlikely (2…)

#4.The Head of the Supreme Council is likely (6…)

#5. We believe human rights (3…)

1) to be violating.

2) to be abolished.

3) not to be violated.

4) to pay the damages

5) being abolished.

6) to prorogue in a week.

7) passing a sentence soon.

8) being fled from their own countries.

9) to have fled from their own countries.

10) pay damages.

Finish up the sentences by adding one of the fragments.

40.

#1. If there were no laws in the society (7…)

#2. If the police had held the suspect (6…)

#3. It is necessary for you (8…)

#4. If the barrister had given enough evidence (9…)

#5. I wish the trial (10…)

1) is fair and unbiased.

2) to have learnt this lecture in civil law.

3) the defendant wouldn't been sentenced.

4) he wouldn't have made another serous crime.

5) many innocent people would languished in prisons.

6) he wouldn't have committed another serious crime.

7) many innocent people would languish in prisons.

8) to learn this lecture in civil law.

9) the defendant wouldn't have been sentenced.

10) had been fair and unbiased.

 

Finish up the sentences by adding one of the fragments.

41.

#1. Common Law system is different (…7)

#2. When the professor entered the room (8…)

#3. The judge will have passed the sentence (6…)

#4. The European Convention on Human Rights is “equity” and “statute” known (10…)



#5. This judge is said (9…)

1) at five o'clock tomorrow.

2) than Continental system.

3) the students gave the definitions of the terms

4) to being fair and unbiased.

5) to be adopted by many countries in 1950.

6) by five o'clock tomorrow.

7) from Continental system.

8) the students were giving the definitions of the terms “equity” and “statute”.

9) to be fair and unbiased.

10) to have been adopted by many countries in 1950.



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