Argument Terms
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  • Question 1
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    What is a claim?

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    A statement of explanation that follows a piece of evidence

    The statement beginning to prove something wrong which can have additional evidence

    An arguable statement used as a primary point to support or prove an argument

    The first occasion that the jury or judge has to hear from a lawyer in a trial, generally constructed to serve as a "road map" for the fact-finder

  • Question 2
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    What is a reason?

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    The opposite to the claim

    Why the claim is right

    The person who is being accused of the crime

    The statement beginning to prove something wrong

  • Question 3
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    What is evidence?

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    Why the claim is right

    What the defense is trying to prove or defend against

    The attorney's final statement to the judge or jury in a trial

    How the claim is right; proof, expert witness, research...

  • Question 4
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    What is a bridge?

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    A connection of evidence to claim/reason

    The opposite to the claim

    A person who has observed what did/did not happen in the case

    What is believed to be true

  • Question 5
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    What is the counterclaim?

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    An arguable statement used as a primary point

    The opposite to the claim

    The statement beginning to prove the defense wrong

    The attorney's final statement to the judge or jury in a trial

  • Question 6
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    What is a counter argument?

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    What is believed to be true

    How the claim is right

    What the defense is trying to prove or defend against—the defense's side to an argument

    Counter means opposite or against—the opposite to the claim

  • Question 7
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    What is a rebuttal?

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    The person who is being accused of the crime

    The first occasion that the jury or judge has to hear from a lawyer in a trial, generally constructed to serve as a "road map" for the fact-finder

    the opposite to the claim; The defense's side

    The statement beginning to prove something wrong which can have additional evidence and follows the counterclaim

  • Question 8
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    What is a witness?

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    A person who has observed what did/did not happen in the case

    The lawyer(s) who protect the person accused of a crime

    The lawyer(s) who accuse another for a crime

    The person who is being accused of the crime

  • Question 9
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    Who is the prosecution?

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    The lawyer(s) who protect the person accused of a crime

    The lawyer(s) who accuse another for a crime

    The person who is being accused of the crime

    A person who has observed what did/did not happen in the case

  • Question 10
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    Who is the defense?

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    The lawyer(s) who protect the person accused of a crime

    The lawyer(s) who accuse another for a crime

    The person who is being accused of the crime

    A person who has observed what did/did not happen in the case

  • Question 11
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    Who is the defendant?

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    The lawyer(s) who protect the person accused of a crime

    The lawyer(s) who accuse another for a crime

    The person who is being accused of the crime

    A person who has observed what did/did not happen in the case

  • Question 12
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    What is an opening statement?

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    An arguable statement used as a primary point to support or prove an argument

    The attorney's final statement to the judge or jury in a trial

    The opposite to the claim

    The first occasion that the jury or judge has to hear from a lawyer in a trial

  • Question 13
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    What is an closing statement?

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    An arguable statement used as a primary point to support or prove an argument

    The attorney's final statement to the judge or jury in a trial

    The opposite to the claim

    The first occasion that the jury or judge has to hear from a lawyer in a trial

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