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Drept Administratie an I sem 1 Limba engleza

MULTIPLE CHOICE 1.

Choose the correct noun: A person who steals money placed in his care is called a/an .
a. b. c. d. 2. forger

arsonist embezzler poacher

Choose the correct answer: ................ means catching game birds, animals or fish without permission on somebody elses property. a. hunting b. stealing c. trespassing d. poaching
3.

Choose the correct noun: A person who enters a building illegally, especially by force, in order to steal. a. a burglar b. a robber c. a hooligan d. a vandal
4.

Choose the correct noun: A person who steals money, etc from other peoples pockets, especially in crowded places.
a. b. c. d. 5.

a thief a pickpocket a shoplifter a robber

Choose the correct noun: The judge has pronounced .......................... of ten yearsimprisonment.
a. b. c. d. 6.

an accusation a punishment a sentence a conviction

Choose the correct answer: The correct spelling for the English equivalent of the Romanian word delapidator is:

a. b. c. d. 7.

imbezzler embezler embezzler embezller

Choose the correct expression: He has been released from prison .................... and if he does not behave satisfactorily, he will be sent back.
a. b. c. d. 8.

on probation on remission into custody on testing

Choose the correct expression: There was no need for a trial, because the client decided to ......................... and forgive the attacker.
a. b. c. d. 9.

appear in court serve his sentence drop all the charges commute his sentence

Choose the correct noun: ............... means money paid by or for a person accused of a crime, as security that he will return for his trial if he is allowed to go free until then.
a. b. c. d. 10.

Probation Bribe Bail Fine

Choose the correct noun: A ............. is a lawyer who prepares legal documents, advises clients on legal matters and speaks for them in lower courts.
a. b. c. d. 11.

solicitor prosecutor judge barrister

Choose the correct noun: A person who takes people hostage for a ransom is called a ............................................
a. hijacker b. bandit

c. kidnapper d. rapist 12.

Choose the correct answer: The correct spelling for the English equivalent of the Romanian expression omor din culp is:
a. b. c. d. 13.

menslaughter manslother manslaughter manslauther

Choose the correct noun: After ten hours, the Jury finally reached its .: the prisoner was guilty.
a. b. c. d. 14.

sentence verdict point conclusion

Choose the correct noun: A person who willfully gives a false statement while under oath, concerning a material matter in a judicial proceeding is said to commit ................................... .
a. b. c. d. 15.

slander bribery perjury treason

Choose the correct noun: A .............. is someone who testifies, especially in a court of law to events or facts within his own knowledge.
a. b. c. d. 16.

registrar spectator witness friend

Choose the correct noun: Any witness shall take an oath that the .................. he/she is about to give shall be the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth.
a. b. c. d.

confession testimony verdict statement

17.

Choose the correct verb: To ............... means to go or intrude on the property, privacy, or preserves of another with no right or permission.
a. b. c. d. 18.

trespass forge break in burgle

Choose the correct noun: .................. is defined as giving or promising to give a public official something of value with a corrupt intention to influence the official in the discharge of his or her official duty.
a. b. c. d. 19.

Forgery Larceny Bribery Perjury

Choose the correct noun: .................... is the false making or altering of any document that either has legal significance or is commonly relied upon in business transactions.
a. b. c. d. 20.

Deceit Smuggling Corruption Forgery

Choose the correct noun: Since the defendant did not have a criminal record, he got away with a small ..............
a. b. c. d. 21.

ransom punishment fine ticket

Choose the correct noun: The woman sitting in the witness ............ will certainly commit perjury.
a. b. c. d. 22.

boxes stand seat bench

Choose the correct noun: A .............. will be appointed to investigate the violent and suspicious death of the teenager.

a. b. c. d. 23.

prosecutor doctor coroner judge

Choose the correct answer: He was caught ..................... stealing money from the cash-box. a. red-handed b. heavy-handed c. light-fingered d. heavy-set
24.

Choose the correct noun: You cant have burgled the house alone, so who was your ............... ?
a. b. c. d. 25.

ally accomplice assistant associate

Choose the correct past participle: Wilkinson is alleged to have ................... a number of serious crimes.
a. b. c. d. 26.

done made committed discharged

Choose the correct verb: She will soon ................. trial for the part she played in the recent robbery.
a. b. c. d. 27.

give perform make stand

Choose the correct present participle: Detectives are said to be ....................... into the causes of the recent fire.
a. b. c. d. 28.

looking investigating checking searching Choose the correct verb:

The victim ............... the law into her own hands by killing her attacker.
a. b. c. d.

took seized grabbed put

29. Choose the correct answer:

.. refers to scientific methods used to solve crimes and find out who committed them.
a. b. c. d. 30. Polygraph Hypnosis Forensics Extortion

Choose the correct noun: Many civilized countries have long abolished the death ............... .
a. b. c. d. 31.

penalty punishment conviction sentence

Choose the correct legal term: A threat of attack to another person, followed by actual attack which need amount only to touching with hostile intent is called .................... .
a. b. c. d. 32.

rape assault and battery threat vandalism

Choose the correct noun: The man jumped out of the window and committed ................
a. b. c. d. 33.

death homicide murder suicide

Choose the correct answer: The police said there was no sign of .......... entry even though the house had been burgled.
a. broken b. burst c. forced

d. smashed 34.

Choose the correct preposition: He was placed ............ house arrest for his own safety.
a. b. c. d. 35. on in under within

Choose the correct verb: Is the defendant going to ............ guilty or not guilty?
a. b. c. d. 36.

plead play appeal appear

Choose the correct verb: Mr. Johnson was ............... fifty pounds for drinking and driving.
a. b. c. d. 37.

charged fined ordered penalized

Choose the correct adjective: As it was her first offence, the judge gave her a ............... sentence.
a. b. c. d. 38.

kind lenient severe tolerant

Choose the correct noun: The defendant was able to prove his innocence at the trial and was ...................... .
a. b. c. d. 39.

absolved acquitted forgiven pardoned

Choose the correct noun: Ted Bundy was a hardened criminal who showed no .................. for his crimes.
a. penance b. pity

c. remorse d. reproach 40.

Choose the correct answer: His sentence has been commuted to six months on the ............ of failing health.
a. b. c. d. 41.

bases causes grounds reasons

Choose the correct verb: He was convicted to 10 years of prison and ................. of his property.
a. b. c. d. 42.

confiscated denied removed deprived

Choose the correct noun: The judge recommended more humane forms of punishment for juvenile ................... .
a. b. c. d. 43.

convicts villains sinners delinquents

Choose the correct noun: If you cant resolve the dispute, it will have to be settled by ................... .
a. b. c. d. 44.

arbitration court election referee

Choose the correct verb: All his friends thought he was guilty, but no one could ................. anything against him.
a. b. c. d. 45.

accuse ensure point prove

Choose the correct verb: I ............... to say anything unless I am allowed to speak to my lawyer.

a. b. c. d. 46.

deny neglect refuse resist

Choose the correct noun: The new harassment law comes into ............. on September 15.
a. b. c. d. 47.

force condition date power

Choose the correct noun: As the result of a police ............. on the disco, twenty teenagers were arrested.
a. b. c. d. 48.

invasion raid intrusion entry

Choose the correct verb: The police have to ................... the law, not to take it into their own hands.
a. b. c. d. 49.

press break force enforce

Choose the correct preposition: He was charged ........... assault and battery and taken to prison.
a. b. c. d. 50. of with on in

Choose the correct prepositions: As he was suspected ........... drug traffic, he was placed ............ investigation. a. on, on b. of, into c. with, under d. of, under
51.

Choose the correct prepositions: He was taken ......... custody for smuggling and released ......... bail the same day.

a. b. c. d. 52.

into, with in, on to, with into, on

Choose the correct noun: You have no right to enter my house without a search .............., the old man yelled at the policeman.. a. permit b. warrant c. authorisation d. licence
53.

Choose the correct noun: As he didnt have a criminal ............., the judge sentenced him to 50 hours of community work. a. case b. file c. record d. dossier
54.

Choose the correct noun: The judge will hear the next ............ after a short break.
a. b. c. d. 55.

lawsuit trial charge case

Choose the correct verb: After they pronounced the verdict, the judge .................. the case. a. dismissed b. discharged c. declined d. removed
56.

Choose the correct present participle: I am a law-................... citizen, I could never break the law!
a. b. c. d. 57.

respecting abiding obeying breaking

Choose the correct verb: Before the trial begins, the jurors ................ to decide the facts fairly.

a. b. c. d. 58.

promise declare swear guarantee

Choose the correct adjective: In criminal cases, the judge has to decide whether the accused is guilty beyond any ..................... doubt.
a. b. c. d. 59.

reasonable unresolved probable uncertain

Choose the correct preposition: Any sentence has to be imposed ................ limits that have been fixed by the legislature.
a. b. c. d. 60.

inside within outside under

Choose the correct verbal tense: Judge Williams ........................ today as judge Thomson has been taken ill.
a. b. c. d. 61.

presides will preside is presiding presided

Choose the correct verbal tense: Before taking up his duty, each judge ............. an oath to respect his responsabilities.
a. b. c. d. 62.

takes is taking
took has taken

Choose the correct verbal tense: He ................... a solicitor for more than a year now.
a. b. c. d.

was had been has been


is

63.

Choose the correct verbal tense: We ...................... for the verdict for almost two hours! There must be something wrong.
a. b. c. d. 64.

are waiting were waiting waited have been waiting

Choose the correct modal construction: The trial judge ............... bribe from the defendant; it was so foolish of him to do so!
a. b. c. d. 65.

shouldnt have taken mustnt have taken cant have taken wouldnt have taken

Choose the correct modal construction expressing logical deduction: The window is broken; the intruder ............... to get into their bedroom.
a. b. c. d. 66.

can have tried should have tried would have tried must have tried

Choose the correct answer: The Minister of Justice is going to ........ for presidency this year.
a. b. c. d. 67.

stand run candidate elect

Choose the correct passive form: The woman accused of indecent public exposure .................. on bail last week.
a. b. c. d. 68.

has been released was released will be released had been released

Choose the correct verbal tense: The members of the jury ....... now ................... on the murder case.
a. is deliberating b. were deliberating c. are deliberating

d. are being deliberated 69.

Choose the correct verbal tense: ............ the jury .................. a verdict?
a. b. c. d. 70.

Have ... reached Has ... reached Had ... reached Did .... reach

Choose the correct verbal tense: By the time you reach the Court, he ........................... released on bail.
a. b. c. d. 71.

had been will have been has been was

Choose the correct verbal tense: While the people ......................... for the verdict, the judge was talking to the defendant about the weather.
a. b. c. d. 72.

had been waiting are waiting were waiting wait

Choose the correct modal verb: He was innocent! They ................. have taken him into custody! It was so foolish of them to have done that!
a. b. c. d. 73.

shouldnt mustnt neednt cant

Choose the correct modal verb: He ................ have committed the crime! He was immobilized in bed at that time!
a. b. c. d. 74.

mustnt couldnt wouldnt shouldnt Choose the correct answer:

The judges and advocates-general are ..................... by the governments of the member states.
a. b. c. d. 75.

appointed elected chosen voted

Choose the correct passive form: Right now I think I am ....................... . Come and pick me up!
a. b. c. d. 76.

followed being followed been followed following

Choose the correct verbal tense: The leader of the gang ...... just ............ acquitted by the court of justice.
a. b. c. d. 77.

has...been had...been was...been is ...

Choose the correct verbal tense: He ....................... down a street near his home when he was kidnapped.
a. b. c. d. 78.

walked was walking had been walking is walking

Choose the correct verbal tense: One of the kidnappers ................ to kill him while they were driving away.
a. b. c. d. 79.

threatens threatened is threatening had threatened

Choose the correct verbal tense: How long ago ....... you .......... an appeal?
a. b. c. d.

did ... made had ...made did ... make were ... made

80.

Choose the correct verbal tense: I saw you yesterday, while you ................... that famous criminal.
a. b. c. d. 81.

were defending defended had been defending defending

Choose the correct verbal tense: He was placed under investigation only after they .............. hard evidence against him.
a. b. c. d. 82.

found had found has found finded

Choose the correct verbal tense: His sentence was by far more severe than everybody ................................................. .
a. b. c. d. 83.

expected was expecting had expected has expected

Choose the correct verbal tense: As soon as the jury .................. the verdict, the case was dismissed.
a. b. c. d. 84.

had pronounced pronounced has pronounced pronounces

Choose the correct verbal tense: Everybody wondered why he ................. caught red-handed before.
a. b. c. d. 85.

hasnt been wasnt hadnt been wouldnt be

Choose the correct verbal tense: The members of the jury ................. for hours when they finally reached a verdict.
a. were deliberating b. deliberated

c. have been deliberating d. had been deliberating 86.

Choose the correct verbal tense: The witnesses were still being heard when I ............. the court of law.
a. b. c. d. 87.

left leaved was leaving had left

Choose the correct verbal tense: She told me that she ..................... filing for divorce for a long time. a. considered b. had been considering c. would consider d. has been considering
88.

Choose the correct verbal tense: This time tomorrow the prosecution .................... the witnesses.
a. b. c. d. 89.

will cross-examine would cross-examine will be cross-examining are cross-examining

Choose the correct verbal tense: ............................ to represent yourself in the trial?
a. b. c. d. 90.

Will you Are you going You are going Will you be

Choose the correct verbal tense: By the end of this year he ........................ ten years in prison.
a. b. c. d. 91.

will be spending will spend will have spent has spent

Choose the correct verbal tense: Look out! One of the robbers .......................... .
a. will shoot

b. is shooting c. was shooting d. is going to shoot 92.

Choose the correct verbal tense: I ....................... my solicitor tomorrow; I am changing my will.
a. b. c. d. 93.

am seeing will see see would see

Choose the correct verbal tense: I ......................... in a court of law since my parents filed for divorce.
a. b. c. d. 94.

wasnt havent been wont be hadnt been

Choose the correct verbal tense: As soon as I .............. from my lawyer, I will let you know.
a. b. c. d. 95.

will hear heard will have heard hear

Choose the correct verbal tense: We knew that the defendant .............. to do such a thing.
a. b. c. d. 96.

will never be able are never able would never be able can never

Choose the correct verbal tense: They said that the new constitution ....................... soon.
a. b. c. d. 97.

would be voted will be voted would vote is voted

Choose the correct verbal tense: By this time next year, he ..................... his prison sentence.

a. b. c. d. 98.

would have served will have served will serve is serving

Choose the correct modal construction: I am sorry you didnt ask for help; I ....................... you to my lawyer.
a. b. c. d. 99.

cant have introduced must have introduced could have introduced was able to introduced

Choose the correct modal form: According to article 3 (from the Protocol on the Statute of the European Court of Justice) judges .................. immune from legal proceedings.
a. b. c. d. 100.

shall be will be should be must be

Choose the correct passive modal construction: A judge ................... of his office if he no longer fulfils the legal conditions.
a. b. c. d. 101.

can be deprive must deprive may be deprived may been deprived

Choose the correct verbal tense: The criminal ....................... to trial if there is enough evidence against him.
a. b. c. d. 102.

would be brought will have been brought will be brought was brought

Choose the correct passive form: As soon as the search warrant ..................... they will be allowed to look for the documents.
a. b. c. d.

has been issued will be issued was issued had been issued

103.

Choose the correct passive form: ................ his criminal record ..................... to the slightest detail?
a. b. c. d. 104.

Was checked Has being checked Has been checked Would been checked

Choose the correct passive form: You cannot enter this room. The witness ..................... right this moment.
a. b. c. d. 105.

is being cross - examined is cross - examined will be cross - examined has being cross - examined

Choose the correct verbal tense: If he does not confess his crime, he .................... to life imprisonment.
a. b. c. d. 106.

was sentenced would be sentenced will be sentenced has been sentenced

Choose the correct passive form: While he .................... tried in his absence, his wife was sitting in the Court of Law, waiting for the verdict.
a. b. c. d. 107.

is being was being had been will be

Choose the correct passive form: The suspect ............... under investigation long before the police found irrefutable evidence.
a. b. c. d. 108.

was placed has been placed had been placed will be placed

Choose the correct answer: James was ............ chairman by a majority of 25 voters.

a. b. c. d. 109.

voted chosen elected nominated

Choose the correct answer: I dont think that his qualifications recommend him to ..................... Parliament.
a. b. c. d. 110.

stand for run for apply for enrol for

Choose the correct answer: Who has the authority to ...................... Parliament?
a. b. c. d. 111. abolish

dismiss dissolve remove

Choose the correct answer: Yesterday, the Court ................ the case due to lack of hard evidence.
a. b. c. d. 112.

dismissed dissolved cancelled closed

Choose the corresponding synonymous term for the expression by common acord:
a. b. c. d. 113. by and large by common agreement by rule according to

Choose the corresponding synonymous term for the expression in accordance with:
a. b. c. d. 114. except for apart from according to irrespective of

Choose the correct answer: He has been charged with .................... and taken into custody.

a. b. c. d. 115.

tresapass trespassing tresspassing to trespass Choose the corresponding synonymous term for the expression irrespective of:

a. b. c. d. 116.

except for apart from moreover regardless of

Choose the corresponding synonymous term for the expression consequently:


a. b. c. d. 117.

as a result
on the grounds finally eventually

.
Choose the corresponding synonymous term for the expression by rule: a. b. c. d. 118. by common agreement by convention on request on demand

Choose the right answer: A formal statement made by a witness in court is called a/an
a. b. c. d. 119.

testimony declaration
assertion oath

Choose the right answer: The bank manager admitted taking $250,000 of the banks money during the previous five years. He was found guilty of
a. b. c. d. 120. smuggling misappropriation embezzlement corruption

Choose the right answer: The sum of money left with a court of law so that a prisoner may be set free until his/her trial comes up is called ..

a. b. c. d. 121.

warrant guarantee bribe bail

Choose the right answer: A juvenile is a young person guilty of some offence, act of vandalism, or antisocial behaviour or whose conduct is beyond parental control.
a. b. c. d. 122. offender

delinquent
criminal wrongdoer

Choose the correct modal form: I am sorry you didnt ask for help; I ....................... introduced you to my lawyer.
a. b. c. d. 123.

cant have must have could have was able to

Choose the correct definition: To be liable for punishment means:


a. to be legally obliged or responsible for something and be punished accordingly. b. to be suspected of an offence and be punished for it. c. to deserve a form of punishment. 124.

Choose the correct definition: To be eligible for a remission means:


a. to deserve to be punished for a remission. b. to be unworthy or unfit for a remission. c. to have the right or proper qualification for a remission. 125.

Choose the correct modal verb: This procedure ........... be without prejudice to Article 170.
a. b. c. d. 126.

will shall must can

Choose the correct modal form: You submitted the case to a higher court! The verdict was in your favour!

a. b. c. d. 127.

couldnt have mustnt have neednt have may not

Choose the correct modal verb: Any Member State .......... comply with the judgements of the European Court of Justice.
a. b. c. d. 128.

shall must will have to

Choose the correct passive form: Many houses in this area into by burglars. a. have been being broken b. have been broken c. are been broken d. have being broken
129.

Choose the correct passive form: A photofit picture of the wanted man ....................... last week.
a. b. c. d. 130.

had been issued was issuing was issued has been issued

Choose the correct passive forms: After the verdict ........................., the case .................................... by the judge.
a. b. c. d. 131.

had been pronounced, was dismissed will be pronounced, will be dismissed will have been pronounced, has been dismissed has being pronounced, will be dismissed

Choose the correct passive form: He ........ just ........................ with sexual assault on a six-year-old boy.
a. b. c. d. 132.

was.....charged had......been charged has......been charged has ...... be charged Choose the correct passive form:

He ........................... to 100 hours of community work only because he was at his first offence.
a. b. c. d. 133.

have been sentenced was sentenced will be sentenced had being sentenced

Choose the correct passive forms: Before ........................ of breach of trust, the lawyer ............. also ............................ with perjury in a divorce case.
a. b. c. d. 134.

been accused, was ..... charged being accuse, has ..... been charged being accused, had .... been charged being accused, was .... been charged

Choose the correct passive form: The two diplomats now to the American Embassy by a member of the government.
a. b. c. d. 135. are . escorted will . being escorted have . being escorted are . being escorted

Choose the correct passive infinitive form: Six bomb attacks seem . in London for the last five years.
a. b. c. d. 136. to have been reported to be reported to having been reported to had been reported

Choose the correct passive form: In the next minutes a new warning for the refugees to leave the camp immediately.
a. b. c. d. 137. was issue will issue will be issued will be being issued

Choose the correct passive form: More funds .. to the Ministry of Justice if the government had voted the new budget law.
a. will have been allocated b. will be allocated c. would allocate

d. would have been allocated 138.

Choose the correct passive form of the following active sentence: The Commission has just appointed the new President of the European Court of Justice.
a. The new President of the European Court of Justice had just been appointed by the

Commission. b. The new President has just been appointed by the European Court of Justice. c. The Commission has just been appointed to vote the new President of the European Court of Justice. d. The new President of the European Court of Justice has just been appointed by the Commission.
139.

Choose the correct passive form of the following active sentence: The members of the European Parliament were still debating the issue of competition law at that point.
a. The issue of competition law was still debated at that point by the members of the

European Parliament.
b. The issue of competition law was still debating at that point the members of the

European Parliament.
c. The issue of competition law was still being debated at that point by the members

of the European Parliament.


d. The members of the European Parliament were still being debated by the issue of

competition law.
140.

Choose the correct passive form of the following active sentence: This law entitles the holder of intellectual property rights to financial compensations.
a. The holder of intellectual property rights must be entitle to financial

compensations by this law.


b. According to this law, the holder of intellectual property rights is entitled to

financial compensations.
c. This law is entitled to hold the intellectual property rights to financial compensations. d. According to this law, the holder of financial compensations is entitled to

intellectual property rights.


141. Choose the correct passive form of the following active sentence: They all considered

that the Court of First Instance had used Article 86 improperly.


a. They all considered that Article 86 had been used improperly by the Court of First

Instance.
b. They all consider that Article 86 has improperly been used by the Court of First

Instance.
c. The Court of First Instance considers that Article 86 had been used improperly. d. Article 86 is considered to be used improperly by the Court of First Instance. 142. Choose the correct passive form of the following active sentence: The European

Commission rejected this Article on the grounds of unjustified discrimination.

a. The European Commission was rejected on the grounds of unjustified discrimination

in this article.
b. This article rejected the European Commission on the grounds of unjustified

discrimination.
c. This article was rejected by the European Commission on the grounds of unjustified

discrimination.
d. By the European Commission was this article rejected on the grounds of unjustified

discrimination.
143. Choose the correct passive form of the following active sentence: The members of the

jury were still deliberating upon the matter of reasonable doubt.


a. The matter of reasonable doubt was still debated upon by the members of the jury. b. The members of the jury were still being debated upon by the matter of reasonable

doubt.
c. The matter of reasonable doubt is still being debated upon by the members of the

jury.
d. The matter of reasonable doubt was still being debated upon by the members of the

jury.
144. Choose the correct passive form of the following active sentence: The Court

dismissed your appeal due to lack of further evidence.


a. b. c. d. Your lack of further evidence was dismissed by the Court. Your appeal was dismissed by the Court due to lack of further evidence.

Due to lack of further evidence, your appeal dismissed the Court.


Your appeal has been dismissed by the Court due to lack of further evidence.

145. Choose the correct passive equivalents of the following active clauses: The two

parties signed the contract only after they had discussed the terms of the contract.
a. The contract had been signed only after the terms of the contract were discussed by

the two parties.


b. The two parties discussed the terms of the contract only after the contract had been signed. c. The contract was signed only after the terms of the contract had been discussed by

the two parties.


d. The contract was discussed only after the terms of the contract had been signed by the two parties. 146. Choose the correct passive form of the first active clause: The trial judge was still

hearing the witnesses in that murder case when the press release was made.
a. The witnesses in that murder case were still heard by the trial judge when the press

release was made. b. The witnesses in that murder case were still being heard by the trial judge when the press release was made. c. The witnesses in that murder case were still hearing the trial judge when the press release was made. d. The trial judge was still being heard by the witnesses in that murder case when the

press release was made.


147.

Choose the correct English translation for the following Romanian passive sentence: Nu s-a ajuns nc la nici o concluzie cu privire la noua lege a adopiei.
a. b. c. d. 148.

No conclusion hasnt yet been reached regarding the new adoption law. No conclusion has yet been reached regarding the new adoption law. No conclusion was reached yet regarding the new adoption law. Yet, no conclusion is reached regarding the new adoption law.

Choose the correct equivalent sentence for the following: People say that Mr. Johnson had business difficulties in the past.
a. b. c. d. 149.

Difficulties are said to have been had by Mr. Johnson in the past. Mr. Johnson is said to having had business difficulties in the past. Mr. Johnson is said to have had business difficulties in the past. It is said that Mr. Johnson has had business difficulties in the past.

Choose the correct preposition: Terrorists resort ... violence as a political weapon.
a. b. c. d. 150. at to on into

Choose the correct preposition: The unknown foreigner carried . a bombing in the centre of Paris.
a. b. c. d. 151. out in round on

Choose the correct preposition: How should Governments deal terrorist attacks?
a. b. c. d. 152. on without with about

Choose the correct preposition: The Iraqi citizen had been suspected . many offences before.
a. about b. in

c. with d. of 153.

Choose the correct preposition: Who was held responsible . the journalists death?
a. b. c. d. 154. for of about on

Choose the correct preposition: The home-made bomb may have been destined ... the recruits.
a. b. c. d. 155. to for at upon

Choose the correct preposition: The Palestinian blew himself . in a crowded bus.
a. b. c. d. 156. out in up against

Choose the correct preposition: The terrorist attack coincided ... an important religious celebration.
a. b. c. d. 157. with to on into

Choose the correct preposition: The attack, attributed . a new terrorist group, had many casualties.
a. b. c. d. 158. with on to up to

Choose the correct preposition: How can the government prevent journalists endangering their lives?
a. for b. to c. against

d. from 159.

Choose the correct preposition: I am sure that this is one of the exceptions the rule.
a. b. c. d. 160. of to from with

Choose the correct preposition: The Ministry of Defence has laid ... strict procedures for this kind of situation.
a. b. c. d. 161. on down up out

Choose the correct preposition: Quite from this problem, can such tests predict what the future holds in store for us?
a. b. c. d. 162. aside apart away out

Choose the correct preposition: I generally agree . you, but I strongly object ... your behaving so rudely.
a. b. c. d. 163.

to, to with, to to, at with, with

Choose the correct preposition: He pleaded guilty ... manslaughter after trying to escape from police custody.
a. b. c. d. 164. of to against for

Choose the correct preposition: The lorry belonged . an ex-convict that rented land on Smiths Farm, in Northolt, west London.
a. with

b. to c. of d. in 165.

Choose the correct preposition: Both men were meant to be . surveillance at the time of the killing.
a. b. c. d. 166. on above under below

Choose the correct preposition: Another person at the scene said that children were . the hostages taken by the gunmen.
a. b. c. d. 167.

between among within inside

Choose the correct preposition: This prisoner is not ... our jurisdiction. We have to call district authorities.
a. b. c. d. 168. above below under on

Choose the correct plural noun: The number of ... in our city has been doubled this year.
a. holds-ups b. hold-ups c. helds-ups 169.

Choose the correct plural noun: We need a negotiator to talk to the . .


a. hostages-takers b. hostage-takers c. hostags-takers 170.

Choose the correct plural noun: Many . have been issued this week.
a. search warrants

b. searches warrants c. searchs warrants 171.

Choose the correct plural noun: The will be punished sooner or later. a. laws-breakers b. lows-breakers c. law-breakers
172.

Choose the correct plural noun: Two ... have been accused of perjury.
a. woman-diplomats b. women-diplomats c. womans-diplomats 173.

Choose the correct plural noun: My beloved ., your claims will soon be solved. a. fellow-citizens b. fellows-citizens c. felows-citizens
174.

Choose the correct plural noun: My have been charged with indecent exposure.
a. sisters-in-laws b. sister-in-law c. sisters-in-law 175.

Choose the correct plural noun: These are the result of hard work.
a. analysis b. analyses c. analyse 176.

Choose the correct plural noun: Which are the . used in this classification?
a. criterions b. criteria c. criterias 177. Choose the correct answer:

Should the Court so request, the Council of the European Union may, acting , increase the number of Advocates-General.

a. b. c. d.

unanimous unanimity unanimously majority

178. Choose the correct answer:

The Court of Justice may now sit as a full Court, in a Grand . (13 Judges) when a Member State or a Community institution so requests.
a. b. c. d.

Reunion Room Meeting Chamber

179. Choose the correct answer:

What qualifications should a legal expert possess to hold a/an .. in the European Court of Justice?
a. b. c. d.

office appointment account jurisdiction

180. Choose the correct answer:

The Member State concerned has to take the necessary measures to the Courts judgement within three months.
a. b. c. d.

go along with settle for comply with agree to

181. Choose the correct answer:

Reproducing copyright material without the copyright owners permission will usually be a ....
a. b. c. d.

breach of trust copyright infringement. breach of confidentiality trademark infringement

182. Choose the correct answer:

What is the time-limit within which we have to .. our observations to the European Commission?
a. b. c. d.

subscribe issue submit prescribe

183. Choose the correct answer:

One of a number of people living together, especially in a hospital, prison or some other institution is called a/an
a. b. c. d.

inmate cell mate running mate lunatic

184. Choose the correct answer:

The penalty laid down in a law for contravention of its provisions is called a/an .
a. b. c. d.

indemnity sanction punishment conviction

185. Choose the correct answer:

is custody or confinement, especially of a suspect awaiting trial.


a. b. c. d.

Captivity Incarceration Imprisonment Detention

186. Choose the corresponding synonymous expression for the expression home

confinement:
a. b. c. d.

supervised release house arrest pretrial release home arrest

187. Choose the correct answer:

All the things that are said and shown in a court case to prove that someone is not guilty represent the .
a. b. c. d.

defence prosecution proceedings hearing

188. Choose the correct answer:

All the things that are said and shown in a court case to prove that someone is guilty represent the .
a. b. c. d.

plaintiff jury prosecution complainant

189. Choose the correct collocations by combining the words in set A: (1) community, (2)

home, (3) probation with the words in set B: (1) officer, (2) service, (3) confinement. All three combinations have to be correct:
a. community officer, home service, probation confinement b. community confinement, home officer, probation service c. community service, home confinement, probation officer 190. Choose the correct collocations by combining the words in set A: (1) criminal, (2)

forensic, (3) capital with the words in set B: (1) punishment, (2) record, (3) evidence. All three combinations have to be correct:
a. criminal evidence, forensic punishment, capital record b. criminal record, forensic evidence, capital punishment c. criminal punishment, forensic record, capital evidence 191. Choose the correct collocations by combining the words in set A: (1) first, (2) witness,

(3) life with the words in set B: (1) sentence, (2) offender, (3) stand. All three combinations have to be correct:
a. first stand, witness sentence, life offender b. first sentence, witness offender, life stand c. first offender, witness stand, life sentence 192. Choose the correct collocations by combining the words in set A: (1) jury, (2) search,

(3) suspended with the words in set B: (1) warrant, (2) trial, (3) sentence. All three combinations have to be correct:
a. jury trial, search warrant, suspended sentence b. jury sentence, search trial, suspended warrant c. jury warrant, search sentence, suspended trial 193. Choose the correct plural noun:

We all wonder whether the globalisation has increased the frequency and spread of financial ... . a. crizes b. crises c. crisis
194. Choose the correct plural noun:

What would you do if your .. disinherited your wife?


a. parents-in-law b. parents-in-laws c. parent-in-laws 195. Choose the correct plural noun:

When was the Manual for . (United States) last amended?


a. Courts-Martials b. Courts-Martial c. Court-Martials

196. Choose the correct plural nouns:

One of the .. tried to snatch the elderly persons bag and, to my surprise, all the .. did nothing to prevent the theft.
a. thiefs, passers-by b. thieves, passers-bys c. thieves, passers-by 197. Choose the correct plural nouns:

The police will always arrive at a crime scene to find a crowd of .. blocking their way.
a. ons-lookers b. on-lookers c. lookers on 198. Choose the correct conjunction used to join the two sentences:

I cant afford a lawyer, . my only option is to get free legal help.


a. b. c. d.

therefore even if except for however

199. Choose the correct conjunction used to join the two sentences:

Persons who have committed crimes shall be equal before the law and subject to criminal responsibility .. sex, race, nationality, language.
a. b. c. d.

behind however irrespective of no matter how

200. Choose the correct conjunction used to join the two sentences:

. lesser penalties, what would be the other ways to prevent first offenders from committing further crimes?
a. b. c. d.

However Apart from As a result Consequently

201. In the following sentence: The common law draws abstract rules from specific cases,

whereas civil law starts with abstract rules applied to various cases. the speaker tries: a. to introduce arguments against an idea b. to contrast ideas c. to avoid digressions.
202. In the following sentence: So, if I understand you correctly, you are saying that... the

speaker tries:
a. to summarise the interlocutors ideas.

b. to repeat what the interlocutor said before c. to ask open questions to gather more information 203. In the following sentence: It is widely believed that becoming a lawyer is a difficult but

rewarding process. the speaker: a. makes a partially correct statement b. counter-balances an argument expressed before c. resorts to general opinion
204. In the following sentence: Up to a point, revising the Penal Code may seem like a good

idea. the speaker: a. brings arguments against an idea b. makes a partially correct statement c. draws a final conclusion
205. In the following sentence: To put it briefly, the Court held in favour of the defendant. the

speaker: a. sums up or concludes something b. establishes the facts to support a theory c. expresses the same idea using different words
206. Choose the correct preposition:

A defendant who pleads diminished responsability must prove that he was suffering ....... an abnormality of mind. a. with b. for c. from d. of
207. Choose the correct preposition:

He was convicted .... murder, but ..... appeal the House of Lords overruled and allowed the appeal. a. from ... at b. of ... on c. with ... at d. from ... on
208. Choose the correct preposition:

The judge wanted to know whether the injury was caused .... the defendants negligence. a. by b. from c. because d. out of
209. Choose the correct preposition:

If Ann Flake had stolen a car to escape from Paris, she would have been charged ...... theft. a. of b. from

c. on d. with 210. Choose the correct preposition:

My cousin will give evidence ............ Alexias boyfriend who is facing a trial for attempted murder this week. a. against b. of c. on d. opposing
211. Choose the correct preposition:

Tredemark law prevents others ...... using a companys name. a. against b. with c. on d. from
212. Choose the correct preposition:

The suspect was held .... custody before being released .... bail. a. under ... in b. over ... by c. in ... on d. by ... on
213. Choose the correct preposition:

The famous actor was put ..... arrest and charged ..... driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs. a. under ... with b. upon ... from c. in ... for d. on ... of
214. Choose the correct preposition:

The criminal is to be tried .... manslaughter. The public is allowed to attend. a. with b. for c. of d. on
215. Choose the correct preposition:

When a barrister is admitted to the profession, we say that he is called .... the bar. a. at b. on c. upon d. to

216. Choose the correct preposition:

All memeber states must comply .... EU legislation. a. to b. on c. for d. with


217. Choose the correct answer:

...................... means a court order placing an offender under supervision instead of imposing a sentence of imprisonment. a. An enactment b. A prosecution investigation c. An injunction d. A probation order
218. Choose the correct definition:

To bind somebody over means: a. to make somebody take an oath that he will respect the law. b. to warn somebody that he will appear in court again if he breaks the law. c. to punish somebody for breaking the law.
219. In the following sentence: If this condition is not observed, the person may go to jail. to

observe a condition means: a. to listen to a condition but not to respect it. b. to notice a condition carefully. c. to legally respect an official law.
220. Choose the correct definition:

To carry out a crime means: a. to bring to completion, to accomplish a crime. b. to be acquitted of a crime. c. to serve a sentence for committing a crime.
221. Choose the correct verbal tense:

The solicitors say they ...................... preparing the papers by Tuesday. a. will be finishing b. will finish c. will have finished d. have finished
222. Choose the correct verbal tense:

As you all know, the defence ..... repeatedly ........ that the defendant carried out those orders because his life was at stake. a. was ... said b. has .... said

c. has ... been said d. will ... have said 223. Choose the correct verbal tense:

The latest breaking news: The Court of Appeal ............. that a criminal trial can take place at Crown Court without a jury for the first time in England and Wales. a. ruled b. had ruled c. has ruled d. is going to rule
224.

Choose the correct verbal form: Is this the first time that our firm ................ on your behalf? a. acts b. will be acting c. has acted d. acted
225. Choose the correct verbal tense:

In any case, if memory serves me correctly, I .......... my employment contract last year in June. a. signed b. have signed c. was signing d. had signed
226. Choose the correct verbal tense:

I......................... about this business plan for more than two weeks now. I need to approach the bank for a loan to cover the start-up costs. a. am thinking b. was thinking c. had been thinking d. have been thinking
227.

Choose the correct answer: The shop decided to install closed-circuit television in an effort to combat the problem of ........................... a. shoplifting
b. pickpocketing c. robbery d. vandalism 228. Choose the correct modal verb:

He ............. have been convicted to capital punishment; he was just a pickpocket.

a. b. c. d.

shouldnt wouldnt mustnt couldnt

229. Choose the correct modal verb:

The Court of Justice ...........have jurisdiction in any dispute between Member States. a. will b. shall c. have to d. must
230. Choose the correct modal verb:

The defendant .............. have tried to bribe the judge, but I seriously doubt it. a. can b. will c. might d. shall
231. Choose the correct modal verb:

He ................ have asked for legal aid when he needed it. Now its too late for that. a. should b. must c. would d. might
232. Choose the correct modal verb:

Both parties ............. respect the binding agreements of this contract. a. might b. will c. can d. have to
233. Choose the correct passive form:

The validity of this will ........ definitely .................. by the family members in the near future. a. will ....... have been contested b. will ....... been contested c. will ....... be contested d. will ...... being contested
234. Choose the correct passive form:

All charges ........... just .............. against the advertising agency that did not respect its deadlines. a. have ...... been dropped b. were ...... dropped

c. were ..... been dropped d. have ..... be dropped 235. Choose the correct passive form:

There was no ground for review, so your appeal .................. an hour ago. a. has been dismissed b. was dismissed c. had been dismissed d. was being dismissed
236.

h Choose the right answer: consists of either cohabitation or sexual intercourse between closely related members of a family.
a. b. c. d. 237. Incest Statutory rape Child abuse Prostitution

Choose the right answer: What is specific to .. is that the victim is faced with threats of future harm unless he/she accepts to give money or property to the offender.
a. b. c. d. bribery blackmail robbery kidnapping

238. Choose the correct answer:

involves the exchange of sexual contact or favours for money or its equivalent:
a. b. c. d. Pimping Indecent exposure Statutory rape Prostitution

239. Choose the correct answer: ....................... means taking a ship or a plane from the control of those who are legally entitled to it. a. Hitch-hiking b. Smuggling c. Hijacking d. Trespassing 240. Choose the correct answer: ................ is the criminal offense of marrying a person who is still legally married to another. a. Prostitution b. Bigamy c. Incest

d. Adultery 241. Choose the correct preposition to complete the following sentence: Contrary ..... what

had been written in the papers, the three women were proved innocent.
a. b. c. d. to with of on

242. Choose the correct preposition to complete the following sentence: The two men were

charged ..... armed robbery.


a. b. c. d. of for with about

243. Choose the correct answer: He recommended us ... an appeal as soon as the verdict was pronounced. a. b. c. d. to make making to having made make

244. Choose the correct answer: We are sure that he didnt mean ... perjury; he was just too afraid ... the truth. a. committing, to tell b. to commit, to tell c. to have committed, telling d. commit, to be telling 245. Choose the correct answer: Our law firm will be taken . by the Lawyers Corporation. a. b. c. d. in out over up

246. Choose the correct answer: I have a very urgent message. Could you put me . to Mr. Leigh, please? a. b. c. d. through off up on

247. Choose the correct answer: The matter was so delicate, that the judge had to think it ...... before announcing the verdict. a. b. c. d. up over out about

248. Choose the correct preposition: If you dont know the police emergency phone number, you could look it ... in the phone directory. a. out b. up c. over 249. Choose the correct preposition: If nobody comes . with a solution soon, we shall be held responsible for planting evidence in his car. a. up b. in c. out 250. Choose the correct preposition: If he was accused .... shoplifting this does not necessarily mean that he is guilty ..... this. a. with, ... of b. of, ... of c. of, ... about