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Presentation for ESL students with a B2 level on crime and punishment

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The barrister – true or false?:

ESL – level B2 Juan López Crime & punishment

The barrister – true or false?:

You may carry out or commit a crime or you may report a crime Crime ( click on the icon to listen to the word )

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If you steal something , you take it somewhere else . e.g. a wallet , a car, some money If you rob something , you steal what that thing has . e.g. a house , a bank , a person Steal or rob ?

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She was mugged in an alley . Muggers usually choose foreign victims because they know they may not report them . Mugging

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Someone picked my pocket in the crowd . A gang of pickpockets was banned from the subway . Pickpocketing

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He bribed the judge and got away with his crime . The politician was accused of taking a bribe and that was the end of her career . Bribery

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A murderer is someone who kills another person intentionally . Assassination is when the victim is a famous person . Manslaughter is unintentional Murder

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A smuggler is someone brings things into a country illegally . My grandad used to smuggle tobacco after the Civil War . Smuggling

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You may assault someone verbally , physically or sexually . It was so dark that I couldn’t identify the assaulter . Assault

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The police officer gave me a ticket for speeding . There are lots of speed cameras on that road . Speeding

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He drank and drove and ended up killing a pedestrian . Drunk drivers are treated very leniently in this country. Drunk driving

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Some vandals destroyed the phone booth . She was caught vandalising a car and her parents were made to pay for the damage . Vandalism

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The gang kidnapped the millionaire’s daughter and asked for a ransom of $5 million . When a whole airplane is “ kidnapped ” it is called hijacking . Kidnapping

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The arsonist was ultimately responsible for the fireman’s death . They said he set the forest on fire so they could build houses there . Arson

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A trial in the courtroom A judge hears the case and decides the sentence . The defence lawyer defends the accused / defendant . A prosecutor presents the evidence against the defendant . Witnesses may be called and questioned . The jury returnts a verdict of guilty or not guilty .

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Punishments The death penalty A life sentence A license suspension A prison sentence Community service A fine

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Case closed A policeman was sent to the disappearance of some property from a hotel. When he arrived , he found that the hotel staff had caught the boy in one of the rooms with a camera and some cash. When the policeman tried to the boy , he became violent and the policeman had to him . At the police station the boy could not give a satisfactory explanation for his actions and the police decided to him with the of the camera and cash. They took his , locked him in a , and him overnight. The next morning , he appeared in before the judge . He took an and not guilty . Two , the owner of the property and a memember of the hotel staff , gave . After both sides of the case had been heard the boy was guilty . He had to pay a of $50 and he was given a of three months in prison suspended for two years . witnesses pleaded oath court detained cell fingerprints theft investigate arrest handcuff charge evidence found fine sentence

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Click here to watch the video You will find some questions on the next slide A lawyer about the legal system in Britain The barrister

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The barrister – true or false? The solicitor prepares the case and then the barrister presents it to the judge . To become a lawyer you have to take a degree in law . 300 years ago , upper-class gentlemen wore wigs . Women barristers wear wigs too . The Temple is a place where cases are heard . QUESTIONS (1-5) where lawyers study and practise law you can have any other degree and then do one year’s law specialisation

The barrister – true or false?:

The barrister – true or false? Barristers don’t shake hands with each other as a sign of trust. Criminal defence papers are tied with a green ribbon . Mike’s favourite client was a retired policeman . He finds the job very stressful . He became a barrister because he was interested in people . QUESTIONS (5-10) pink ribbon An armed robber because of his strong sense of justice

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