Refrain from (in this case, voting).
To find a defendant 'not guilty' of a charge.
Someone who is intolerant of someone else's beliefs, opinions, race, ethnicity, or other differing characteristic.
The requirement to prove one's own case over another. In America, the burden of proof is on the prosecution, meaning that they must prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt.
One who examines a dead body.
To question a witness called to testify for the other side.
Someone who is charged with a crime and brought to trial.
To discuss the facts of a case and come to a conclusion or guilt or innocence.
An above-ground public transportation train system.
That which is used to prove a point or case (in a court of law).
When a jury cannot come to a unanimous decision, and the case must be retried in front of a new jury.
A lawyer who presents evidence in court to try to prove the defendant guilty.
The standard of evidence required to convict someone of a crime in America.
A special kind of pocket knife with a blade contained in the handle which opens automatically by a spring when a button, lever, or switch on the handle is activated.
The public forum in which a case is tried before a judge and jury.
All members in agreement.
The decision of guilt or innocence issued by a jury after a trial.