courtroomvocabulary. It’s important to know the law so that you know your rights and know how to stay out of trouble. If you do end up in court, you need to know what to expect and how to communicate politely and intelligently so that you get the best outcome. The vocabulary and expressions you’ll learn will help you understand what is happening in courtrooms on television shows and movies, as well as if you have to appear in court yourself. Court isn’t just for hardened criminals — sometimes we have to go to court for
misdemeanours— small crimes like parking violations and littering, or you may have to go to court because of a
lawsuitor as part of your job. In this video, I’ll discuss different strategies that will help you speak with the people you’ll meet in court —
police officers. My best advice is to stay out of trouble, know how to talk to the police, and be informed if you have to go to court.
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hi! Can I add you on skype? Where’re you from?
how add you on skype?
Hi James! Thank YOU, dear teacher!
God bless all of you for the goodness that you do guys!
This is a good start James, just in case we get into trouble; one never knows.
Being familiar with the workings of the judicial system in the foreign country may help you to handle unexpected legal situation with – I would say- a little more confidence.
By the way James, are you an attorney or something like that?
Looking forward to your reply.
See you soon!
I love the part of the difference between misdemeanor and felony in Canada and USA which helps me learn more about possible judgement and meaning in different countries.
I dont understand the last one abt throw out your case and felony and federal charges.
Fine, you’ve given us some useful tools…hoping that we’ll use them watching a movie and not in real life! Thank you so much, James.
But I made 10/10
Thank You Mr James. It is very fruitful
Thank you, James.
Hi James thanks a lot for that lesson but is it possible if you can
make a video about word close as a phrasal verb
James, you are a creative lecturer
Thank you Jame
I like your video. It is perfect suit for me.
Thanks, James! Important lesson!
Yep! I agree with you! James always addresses important issues.
By for now.
Thank you James. Good to see you
You are so wonderful.
Great lesson! I hope all these advices are going to help me to understand better the movies … not for other reasons :))
10 out of 10.. Thanks James for the great lesson!
Thank you a bunch, James. That was a good lesson. I tokk 10/10 :)
James, I wish I looked this damn good with a bow-tie.
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hello ausoby :) nice to meet you
Loved this lesson. Thanks ;)
James, it’s easy after your explanation watch movie and do a quiz.Thanks!
Gracias por esas clases tan maravillosas
Hi professor James this lesson was so interesting because I learned after this a little bit more about the cycle of the judicial charges.
Thank you very much!
Thank you James it is very useful lesson
Hi, I really like your lessons, they are so understandable and easy to learn by heart.I wish all the best and I will try to learn English better by your videos. Thank you!
Thank you very much Mr James ;)
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Being a lawyer i liked it so much and found a very usefull and interesting. Also I remembered the firsr course of my studying and such laws which was created long ago as codes of Hammuraby, a king of Babylonia, The Magna Carta signed in 1215 by King John under the threat of civil war, and Habeas corpus Act/
Hello, Alex! I am attorney too, and had to study these ancient legislation too. And I also likes the lesson of James.
yey!!!!! i got 100!!!!! :D :D
Great job, James! Thanks!
I am flyıng with your funny lessonns….!!!
Good lesson thanks! That is a very important topic to know
The lesson is very useful. Great job!. But the quiz is disappointing. This topic may deserve a more challenging quiz.
Please teach us about divorce court, too.
Thank you. ^^
Hi teacher. Thanks a lot. I like these special words !
Great lesson, teacher! Thank you very much! I got 100. Goodbye!
Thanl you very much James for the lesson, it was particularly insightful.
Thank you, James! You’re good teacher
that is really helpful lesson thank u james
thank you very much James lesson , it was very good.
Thank you.ms james
It is very useful.
Thank you James!:)
great lesson , thannk you James , but there was one word you didn´t mention or talk about , it is a ‘defendant’ the person or even an organization who is being prosecuted in court
Thank you very much James.
I’ve got two mistake in the quiz :D
Thanks for your Lesson and your lovely Smile :D
Excelent lesson, James. I am not a lawyer, but it was really helpfull.
One more “l” in excellent, and one less in helpful, lol
I’m a brazilian lawyer and thought this video was helpful. Thank you!
lets practice english on skyep anyone very welcome
Thanks James. It is a good lesson.
Attending to these vocabulary lessons applied to usual situations seem to be an interesting way of learning English.
thank you James it was very interesting.
James, tkanks for a very helpful lesson, but I have one more problem. Could you explain the difference between a (law)suit and a case, please.
I’ll agree with Alex, bow-tie is wonderful! Thanks for lesson, hope I won’t use it in life)
Thank You Mr James! It is very , very good lesson.
thank you James.
I like your style. you are a fantastic teacher. thanks for that.. :)
Can we practice english regularly using this lessons on skype or anywhere else ?
hallo everyone,.. nice to meet you all over the world.. lets learn english togather ;)
Thanks James for superb explanation.See you soon.
i hope never ever needed to call my lawyer ,anyway as usually you give us a nice lesson! thanks Mr James!
btw 80/100 mmm need more lessons lol
wow!very good lesson.thank you for all
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Got a 90% on this lesson. Thanks james…
thanks buddy is very interesting to know about this kind of things because you never know when you are going to be in this situation …..muchas gracias
Thanks James.I feel so happy when I am listening to your lesson. Thank you
Thank you James.
It was very useful, thanks.
My quiz: 9/10, good but not better.
Thanks James and thank you EngVid!
– I really really appreciate what you teach ! I’m learning a lot with your videos, thank you a lot!
Thank you for your time and effort, James.
the vocabulary is very helpful. 9 out of 10 correct, thanks
Thank you, James! I have studied Law in Brazil, and your lesson was very interesting for me. It will help me a lot if one day I study abroad. See you in the next lesson!
James thank you so much !! you are the best to teach english !!
Legal vocabularies could be very hard to explain but you did it in such an easy way! you are a brilliant teacher as so I am falling in love with your teaching style!! keep up the good work James! I would like to watch all of your videos!
very appreciated your lessons.
thank you very much mr james, i took law majors in college and this video help me alot
I really like the way you teach, thanks a lot.
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Welcome to my life!
Hi, James! I would be graetful if you could explain the difference between illegal and unlawful. Thank you!
Very useful lesson, thanks a bunch! I’m not clear about the procedure even in my own language, now I know more!
Thank you so much James! Your lessons are always amazing and useful! You could be a great lawyer as well ;-)
You are good James!
James is best of the best
Hi James, I am glad I got 100% marks corrected 10 out of 10. It is great lesson. Quite informative. I would request to bring more culture pertaining lesson pertaining. Thanks for your usual helping.
All the best.
You got 10 correct out of 10.
Very useful lesson! Thank you.
Thank you Mr. James :) You are the greatest teacher
10/10. Tks James!
hey there i’m preparing for IELTS exam and wanna practice more and more about each part speaking writing by skype
Greetings from Kazakhstan o8 Dec2o21:)
thanks James ?