Printable Handout: Idioms- Law

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Q1 - If the jury is out on an issue, there is no consensus on the issue.
True False
Q2 - A barrack-room lawyer is qualified to give opinions on things they speak about.
True False
Q3 - A barrack-room lawyer is a military lawyer.
True False
Q4 - A lawyer who encourages people that are ill or have had accidents to sue is an ambulance chaser.
True False
Q5 - Jersey justice is moderate or mild justice.
True False
Q6 - If someone's brought to book, they are punished or held accountable for what they have done wrong.
True False
Q7 - If someone lays down the law, they are authoritarian and strict.
True False
Q8 - A moot point is a debatable issue.
True False
Q9 - If you read someone the riot act, you debate an issue with them.
True False
Q10 - If you follow the letter of the law, you do what you believe is right regardless of what other people think.
True False

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