Q51. Updated reading and writing fill in the blanks

Reading and Writing fill in the blanks practice exercise. Below is text with blanks. Choose the correct word for each blank to complete the text.  

A crime is generally a (1…………) act that results in harm, physical or otherwise, toward one or more people, in a manner prohibited by law. The determination of which acts are to be considered criminal has varied historically and continues to do so among cultures and nations. When a crime is committed, a process of discovery, trial by judge or jury, (2…………….), and punishment occurs. Just as what is considered criminal varies between jurisdictions, so does the punishment, but elements of (3…………..) and deterrence are common.

1. discreet, deliberate, demure, deliberative
2. convicts, conviction, convictive, controversy
3. restitution, constitution, reticulation, rehabilitation 

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