What’s the right preposition for these “crimpro” verbs??
1. The police suspected Mr. X ____ having committed a crime; indeed they believed they had enough evidence________ him to accuse him _____ committing burglary.
2. After the investigation, the prosecutor brought charges _______ Mr. X, who would be charged ________ two counts of burglary.
3. He was then arrested ______ burglary and taken _______ custody.
4. He was arrested _______ a charge ______ burglary and brought _______ the judge.
5. While ______ arrest Mr. X did not confess _____ the crime, but rather he pleaded not guilty _____ the charges filed ________ him.
6. When he appeared ______ court, the judge ordered that Mr. X be released ________ bail pending trial, during which he would be prosecuted and tried _______ burglary.
7. The arresting officer testified _____ Mr. X at trial, while his defense counsel defended him _________ the charges.
8. The prosecution was prevented ______ introducing illegally-obtained evidence ______ the proceedings.
9. After retiring ____ the deliberations room, the jury passed verdict _______ the accused.
10. The jury found Mr. X guilty ________ charged.
11. In summary, Mr. X was finally convicted ________ burglary and was sentenced ________ ten years in prison.
12. After serving four years of his ten-year sentence, Mr. X was released _________ prison and placed ______ parole.
of; against; of
on; of; before
under; to; to; against
in; on; for