Vocabulary CRIME and PUNISHMENT (Lesson 18)

Vocabulary CRIME and PUNISHMENT (Lesson 18) An English vocabulary lesson on the theme of CRIME and PUNISHMENT. For upper intermediate and advanced learners. https://www.skype-lessons.com/vocabulary-lessons/

Do you know anyone who was convicted of an offence? Was it a minor one? Did he go to court? What was the punishment?
Have you ever broken the law? What did you do?
What kind of punishment is appropriate for juvenile crimes? Do you think the police should come down more heavily on any forms of juvenile crime?
Have you ever been to court?
Which crimes are common where you live? What do you think would be appropriate punishments?
What criticisms would you make of the legal system in your country?


commit a minor offence
break the law
petty / juvenile crime
search s.o / the premises / a vehicle

investigate
arrest
interrogate
charge
go to court

trial
to convict
the accused
to adjourn
to remand in custody
to make a plea (to plead guilty)
witness, judge, jury, prosecution, defence
verdict
prove beyond reasonable doubt
trumped up charges
false accusations
to acquit
to sentence
to award damages to
a miscarriage of justice
mitigating (extenuating) circumstances

punishments
community service
on the spot fine
suspended sentence
2 year sentence
capital punishment
corporal punishment
not fit to stand trial

Crimes
blackmail
bribery
drug dealing
fraud
hijacking
kidnapping
murder
rape
smuggling
vandalism
tax evasion
theft
burglary
shoplifting
pickpocketing
mugging
robbery

phrasal verbs
clamp down on
turn s.o in (inform on, grass s.o up)
to bring s.o to justice

Loads more lessons and quizzes are on my website

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Vocabulary CRIME and PUNISHMENT (Lesson 18)
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An English vocabulary lesson on the theme of CRIME and PUNISHMENT. For upper intermediate and advanced learners. https://www.skype-lessons.com/vocabulary-lessons/

Do you know anyone who was convicted of an offence? Was it a minor one? Did he go to court? What was the punishment?
Have you ever broken the law? What did you do?
What kind of punishment is appropriate for juvenile crimes? Do you think the police should come down more heavily on any forms of juvenile crime?
Have you ever been to court?
Which crimes are common where you live? What do you think would be appropriate punishments?
What criticisms would you make of the legal system in your country?


commit a minor offence
break the law
petty / juvenile crime
search s.o / the premises / a vehicle

investigate
arrest
interrogate
charge
go to court

trial
to convict
the accused
to adjourn
to remand in custody
to make a plea (to plead guilty)
witness, judge, jury, prosecution, defence
verdict
prove beyond reasonable doubt
trumped up charges
false accusations
to acquit
to sentence
to award damages to
a miscarriage of justice
mitigating (extenuating) circumstances

punishments
community service
on the spot fine
suspended sentence
2 year sentence
capital punishment
corporal punishment
not fit to stand trial

Crimes
blackmail
bribery
drug dealing
fraud
hijacking
kidnapping
murder
rape
smuggling
vandalism
tax evasion
theft
burglary
shoplifting
pickpocketing
mugging
robbery

phrasal verbs
clamp down on
turn s.o in (inform on, grass s.o up)
to bring s.o to justice

Loads more lessons and quizzes are on my website

https://www.skype-lessons.com/online-english-lessons/

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