1) The police stopped me and ... me of dangerous driving. a) accused b) committed c) arrested d) caught 2) When we got home last night, we discovered that a ... had broken into our house and stolen our laptops. a) robber b) smuggler c) burglar d) mugger 3) The police still don't know who ... the crime. a) sentenced b) committed c) acquitted d) charged 4) The name for a person who sells illegal drugs: drug ... . a) seller b) dealer c) buyer d) taker 5) There wasn't enough ... to prove that he was guilty. a) evidence b) proof c) jury d) guilty 6) The gang committed ... by making fake Euro notes. a) theft b) smuggling c) robbery d) fraud 7) The judge found the accused not ... of the crime. a) guilty b) sentenced c) fraudster d) proof 8) I was furious when a ... used my identity on Twitter. a) shoplifter b) fraudster c) hacker d) rapist 9) I honestly didn't do anything wrong officer. I'm ... ! a) guilty b) proof c) innocent d) arrested 10) Twelve people make up the members of a .... . a) judge b) jury c) court d) alibi 11) The gang ... the businessman and then demanded money for his return. a) blackmailed b) kidnapped c) bribed d) robbed 12) When somebody is ... of a crime, the police let them go. a) arrested b) sentenced c) accused d) acquitted 13) A ... is somebody who attacks or threatens you in the street and tries to steal something from you. a) rapist b) smuggler c) murderer d) mugger 14) Another word for a crime is an ... . a) offence b) arrest c) witness d) accused 15) Be careful of ... when you go into town! They can take your wallet without you noticing. a) shoplifters b) pickpockets c) muggers d) stalkers 16) The police wanted to ... the suspect about his alibi. a) charge b) question c) accuse d) sentence 17) There have been several ... in this area. Remember to always lock your door! a) frauds b) hackings c) burgleries d) briberies 18) A ... is somebody who watches and follows another person in a frightening way. a) stalker b) hijacker c) hacker d) thief 19) A common crime on the internet is identity ... . a) theft b) fruad c) blackmail d) bribery 20) Depending on the ... , the accused will either be sentenced or be released. a) witness b) alibi c) verdict d) judge 21) Neither of the two ... were particularly reliable. They both gave completely different descriptions of the mugger! a) jury b) proofs c) criminals d) witnesses


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