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commandment an order or law. [1/2 definitions]
contract an agreement that is supported by the law. [1/6 definitions]
corporation a group of people allowed by law to do certain things as if they were one person.
courthouse a building where courts of law and other government offices are located.
crime something a person does that is against the law. [2/3 definitions]
curfew a rule or law that sets a time after which everyone must be off the street and inside for the night. Curfews sometimes apply only to a particular group, such as young people.
deed a piece of paper that shows who by law owns a piece of property. [1/2 definitions]
divorce the ending of a marriage as recognized by law. [3 definitions]
enact to make into a law. [1/2 definitions]
execute to put to death by law. [1/2 definitions]
find to come to a decision in a court of law. [1/6 definitions]
forfeit something demanded or given up as a penalty for not acting as required by law, contract, or rules. [2/3 definitions]
fraud the use of lies or tricks to cheat or take advantage of in a way that is often against the law. [1/2 definitions]
ghetto a part of a town or city in which people of a particular race or religion are forced by law to live. [2 definitions]
guardian an adult chosen by law to be responsible for the care and protection of a child or a person who cannot care for himself or herself. [1/2 definitions]
guilt the fact of having done something wrong or having broken a law. [1/2 definitions]
guilty responsible for breaking a law or doing something wrong. [1/2 definitions]
hearing a session in which arguments are presented, as in a court of law. [1/4 definitions]
hereditary having to do with money, property, or title that is inherited by law. [1/2 definitions]
heroin a drug made from a substance found in certain plants. Heroin is addictive and harmful. It is against the law to make, use, or possess heroin in the United States.
illegal against the law or rules; not lawful.