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QUESTIONS LIST: indictment : the process of dealing with more serious offenses, this allows the accused to elect the mode of trial, sentence : the judgement pronounced by the court upon the accused after finding them guilty. the seriousness of the offence as well as certain circumstances can determine the type of sentence that the judge will pronounce, accusation : a claim that someone has done something wrong or illegal, appeal : when either party is unhappy with the outcome or decision, they can apply to have a lower court's decision reviewed by a higher court, although sometimes you need permission, challenge : it is the act of calling into question or objecting to the validity or legality of the assumption given, pardon : is an act of forgiveness or exception of a criminal's previous crimes and is exempt from the punishment and penalty imposed by the law, arraignment : this is a hearing to read the criminal charges and hear the plea of the accused, a trial date, acquittal : when a court finds the defendant to be not guilty, contempt : _ of court - the crime of deliberately failing to obey or respect the authority of a court of law or legislative body, unanimous : something agreed on by everyone. ex. the jury has all the jurors agreeing on the verdict, act : a law that the federal or provincial legislature has passed, youth : those aged 12-17 are considered youth under criminal law, and fall within the scope of the youth criminal justice act, accused : the person that is being charged with a criminal offense. the defendant, restorative justice : a system of criminal justice with an approach to justice that seeks to repair harm by providing those harmed and those taking responsibility for the crime with an opportunity for reconciliation through communication to address their needs, remanded : when a court decides to enforce the law to keep someone in prison until the person's trial or hearing.most of these people have not received conviction or plead guilty to the crimes.