Collocation – Law/Justice

1. After being evacuated / left / released from prison, Jim found it hard to get a job.

 
 
 

2. Although everyone believes she’s guilty, the evidence was too appealed / inconclusive /
refutable
for a conviction.

 
 
 

3. Due to his links to terrorist groups, Mr. Smith represents a threat / battle / death to society.

 
 
 

4. He was declared innocent by a unanimous / universal / uniform jury.

 
 
 

5. I couldn’t believe what a light conviction / sentence / threat she got – a mere 30 days in jail!

 
 
 

6. I don’t support the death pain / penalty / punishment – I think everyone deserves a chance to
change.

 
 
 

7. Patty and her ex-husband are involved in a prolonged lawful / legal / trial battle over the
ownership of their house.

 
 
 

8. Ron will stand court / jury / trial for an assault charge after hitting his girlfriend.

 
 
 

9. The banking executive was charged / stood / upheld with fraud.

 
 
 

10. The U.S. government just hung / passed / served a new law about immigration.

 
 
 

11. There was concrete / enforced / harsh evidence that the doctor had falsified the records.

 
 
 

12. They haven’t yet reached a court / parole / verdict in the kidnapping case.

 
 
 

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