1.41. I have to issue a traffic violation citation to you because you drive at _______ speed.
(A) excessive (B) excellent (C) normal (D) wonderful
2.42. A team of FBI agents, the same ones who specialize in helping local police _______ serial killers, are using their expertise in behavioral profiling to target white-collar criminals.
(A) track down (B) run across (C) see through (D) turn loose
3.43. In court cases, forensic scientists, also referred to as expert _______, often present and Explain the evidence discovered, which plays a crucial role in a conviction or dismissal.
(A) defendants (B) witness (C) chemists (D) toxicologist
4.44 Besides its ability to settle paternity issues, DNA_______ technology can also be used to help solve criminal cases.
(A) fingerprinting (B) jurisdiction (C) morphology (D) retrieval
5.45. A controversial Arizona sheriff known for taking a hard line against illegal immigrants has been _______some of his powers in what he described as a political move by the Obama administration.
(A) stripped of(f) (B) struck off (C) stretched out (D) swept away
6.46. To use an automated teller machine (ATM) you need to insert your bank card and then enter a set of_______ number.
(A) phone (B) seat (C) even (D) PIN
7.47. The police arrested a _______ driver who escaped from the car accident.
(A) come-and-go (B) give-and-take (C) hit-and-run (D) drive-and-escape
8.48. When coming home late at night, Jean was _______ by someone who rode a scooter and had a little bit of Injury caused by this incident.
(A) attracted (B) interviewed (C) mugged (D) persuaded
9.49. _______! This is police! Drop your weapon and you are under arrest!
(A) Jump (B) Freeze (C) Move (D) Check
10.50. The suspect was _______ by the police about the whereabouts of his wife because he was involved in a domestic violence case.
(A) complained (B) convinced (C) irritated (D) interrogated
11.51. Problem-oriented policing is the latest in the line of intellectual efforts to try to bring order to what is, by Its very nature, a(n) _______ aspect of human life.
(A) romantic (B) chaotic (C) idealistic (D) economic
12.52. Surveys show that the police do not always understand young people’s needs; therefore, well Intentioned ______can sometimes have negative consequences.
(A) prevention (B) prosecution (C) intervention (D) victimization
13.26.The traffic police unit of each police precinct is responsible for planning and executing the _____ of local traffic.
(A) correspondence (B)maintenance (C) demonstration (D) transportation
14.27 You are caught ______ with solid evidence. You will be charged with homicide.
(A)white-handed (B)black-handed (C) green-handed (D) red-handed
15.28 Because a driver caused a _____traffic accident, the police had to conduct a traffic stop.
(A)hit-and-run (B)real-end (C) head-on (D)side-swept
16.29 He was in shock for several hours because the terrible explosion _____ right in front of his eyes.
(A)took on (B)took over (C) took place (D)took after
17.30 Junior officers often _____senior officers, so senior officers should set good examples for them.
(A)get out of (B)keep up with (C)make faces at (D)look up to
18.31 Don't drive too fast. Or you may get a _____ticket from the police.
(A)free (B)quick (C)parking (D)speeding
19.32 When the police stop us on the road, we have to show our vehicle _____ to prove that we really own the car.
(A)diploma (B)plate (C)registration (D)uniform
20.33 It's hard to believe that this old man could be the_____ . He looked too weak to kill a person.
(A)informer (B)officer (C)suspect (D)victim
21.34 The car accident happened right in front of the boy. So he was asked to be the _____ of this case.
(A)defendant (B)protector (C)servant (D)witness
22.35 A good lawyer can certainly provide you with complete answers whenever you have any _____ questions.
(A)foreign (B)legal (C)proper (D)traffic
23.36 In Taiwan, a judge decides whether an accused is _____ or not.
(A)absent (B)false (C)guilty (D)real
24.37 The man admitted that he _____ the crime. He said he had been trying to kill his neighbor for many years.
(A)committed (B)rejected (C)enforced (D)opposed
25.38 Two policemen climbed the tree to_____ the cat that was trapped there. Luckily, it was found safe
(A)escort (B)offend (C)protest (D)rescue
26.39 I've got hearing problems, so it is impossible for me to hear police _____ 100 meters away.
(A)drills (B)patrols (C)sirens (D)tactics
27.40 The burglar _____ into the house at midnight without disturbing anyone. It was not until the next morning did the family find out their safe was gone.
(A)broke (B)drove (C)fired (D)took
28.41 When more and more people lose their jobs, the rate of _____violence seems to increase. Some people beat up their spouses because they don't know how to deal with pressure.
(A)domestic (B)frequent (C)historic (D)verbal
29.42 Because some people are afraid that their children might be_____ , they hire body guards to ensure their children’s safety.
(A)deported (B)kidnapped (C)suspended (D)traumatized