for; in; of (2); on (6); out; to; up
1. Nevertheless, certain principles are common to both systems (the adversarial system and the inquisitorial system), including the requirements that trials be public, that determinations be based ____ evidence presented in open court, and that the accused is presumed innocent until proven guilty.
2. Witnesses, and occasionally defendants, must swear _____ oath the answers they give to questions asked in court will be "the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth".
3. This Memorandum of Law is submitted _____ behalf _____ the six defendants in the above captioned action _____ support _____ their defense that their refusal move out of the South Outer Roadway of the Queensboro Bridge when ordered to do so by members of the New York City Police Department was justified pursuant to § 35.05(2) of the Penal Law.
4. Sigurdsson and Gudjonsson (2001) conducted two self-report studies of prison inmates in Iceland and found that 12% claimed to have made a false confession______ police at some time in their lives, a pattern that the authors saw a part of the criminal lifestyle.
5. The English system of law, which relies on the decision of a jury of persons untrained toweigh______ and sift evidence, has rendered necessary the development of a large body of rules relating to evidence and designed to make the task of the jury easier; they are not, however, highly artificial rules, but are based on strict common sense. They fall into three divisions: relevancy, proof, and cogency.
6. The indictment is read______ to the accused at the start of the trial. There are a number of differences between trial on indictment and summary trial (i.e. by magistrates).
7. Australia have lodged a plea______ leniency with Fifa over Tim Cahill's red card against Germany, in a bid to have him back for its third group game, against Serbia.
8. A special challenge posed by the international humanitarian law (IHL) principle of equality of belligerents in the context of non-international armed conflict is the capacity of armed opposition groups to pass sentences______ individuals for acts related to the hostilities.
9. Serving _______ a jury is one of the most important, and in many cases interesting, ways in which an American gets to serve her or his country.
10. About 4,000 men working and living in South Croydon are being asked to voluntarily give their DNA as part of the hunt for a teenage model's killer. None of those DNA samples or finger prints will be used to check out other unsolved crimes. Obviously if someone does refuse then each case will be reviewed _____ its own merits.
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