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Crimes strangle stab kidnap shoot dead break into a house hold up a bank steal money from a safe
Weapons a gun a rifle a rope a chandelier a dagger poison
The investigation to investigate an investigation a detective / an inspector an arrest / to arrest someone to look for evidence do not cross the crime line footprints fingerprints
Crimes a judge a lawyer to be under arrest to be in jail / prison to witness / a witness a trial the jury
Crimes to be on trial to swear to tell the truth to swear on the Bible
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