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Jul 15, 2021

[Answer] 9. If you're ever charged with a crime, I hope you have a good ______?

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...1. Amicus curiae 2. Alias 3. Alibi 4. Modus operandi See, I told you Latin is still alive. An alibi, of course, means that you were elsewhere at the time of the crime (yes, literally, it means 'elsewhere'.) Modus operandi, usually shortened to m.o. by the police, describes the particular methods used by a specific felon, an alias (which means 'otherwise') is a name other than your own, and amicus curiae literally translates to 'friend of the court' and is a present-day legal term.




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Alibi:


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