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Hello.everyone~I have a question . #1 (permalink) Mon May 28, 2012 9:22 am   Hello.everyone~I have a question .
 

To improve my english,I often read articles in English these days.
Today I've just read stories about an English woman author named PD James.
In this article,
There is an expression I can't find its exact meanig in dictonaries.

This is the part of the article.

"The veteran author of the Adam Dalgliesh crime mysteries, who is still writing and regularly attends the House of Lords, said she would face the consequences and take her chances in court. "

In this writing , the following sentence is a bothering sentence.

"she would face the consequences and take her chances in court."

Could you explain to me what does this mean?

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2150877/I-law-hands-stab-attacker-save-family-says-PD-James.html#ixzz1w9Kr4XKC
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