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SUSPECT—A  person  who  is  suspected  of  a  crime  but who  has  not  been  formally  charged  with  its commission by the preferral of charges. SUSPENSION—Action   by   proper   authority   to withhold  the  execution  of  a  punishment  for  a probationary  period  pending  good  behavior  on  the part  of  the  accused. TESTIMONY—Statements  made  by  a  witness,  under oath, before a court or hearing. THREAT—An avowed present determination or intent to  injure  the  person,  property,  or  reputation  of another presently or in the future. TOLL—To suspend or interrupt the running of. TORT—A  private  civil  wrong  or  injury  committed against a person or property and is independent of any contract. TRIAL  COUNSEL—The  person  who  prosecutes  a case in the name of the government. TRUE OWNER—The person who, at the time of the taking,  obtaining,  or  withholding  of  property,  had the superior right to possession of the property involved  in  the  light  of  all  conflicting  interests therein involved in the particular case. TYPE   WARRANTED   BY   SERVICE   RECORD DISCHARGE—Characterization   of   service   is determined by the final average in performance and conduct marks and the final average of the marks in personal  behavior. USAGE—A  general  habit,  mode,  or  course  of procedure. UTTER—To make any use of, or attempt to make any use  of,  an  instrument  known  to  be  false  by representing, by words or actions, that it is genuine. VERBATIM—In  the  exact  words,  word  for  word. VOIR  DIRE—Prelinlinary  examination  of  court members to determine their competency to sit on the court. WAIVER—A voluntary or intentional giving up of a known  right. WANTON—Behavior  of  such  a  highly  dangerous  and inexcusable  character  as  to  exhibit  a  callous indifference  or  total  disregard  for  the  probable consequences  to  the  personal  safety  or  property  of other  persons;  heedlessness. WILLFUL—Deliberate,  voluntary,  and  intentional,  as distinguished   from   acts   committed   through inadvertence, accident, or ordinary negligence. AII-13

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