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Unformatted text preview: t < ad + saltus (“a leap”) Learn the words in RED •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  conspiracy < con + spirare (“to breathe”) crime < crimen (“guilt,” “fault, “misdeed”) culpable < culpare (“to blame”) blameworthy detain < de + tenere (“to hold”) deterrent < de + terrere (“to frighten”) exoneraFon < ex + onus (“burden,” “load”) extorFon < ex + torquere, tort ­ (“to twist”) homicide < homo + caedere (“to kill”) incarcerate < in + carcer (“prison”) penal, penalty < poena (“punishment”) LaFn Legal Terminology used in Modern Law •  •  •  •  •  amicus curiae bona fide caveat emptor caveat scriptor compos men$s •  penitenFary (paenitere, “to “repent”) (USA) •  posthumous (posthumus; alteraFon (perhaps influenced by...
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