convict (someone of a crime)
- The writer hopes this article is helpful to criminate and mete punishment in legal practice.
- He appealed against the conviction.
- Their condemnation is deserved.
- There was not sufficient evidence to secure a conviction.
- To find someone guilty or to return a verdict of guilty or to return a guilty verdict
- Condemnation to everlasting punishment;doom.
- Some damning information against them was discovered.
- His doctrine led to his condemnation as a heretic.
- They won't find her guilty.She's got a,cast-iron de`fence.
- He's a convicted child abuser.
- She was convicted of murder.
- He was convicted of his errors.
- The judge convicted him of robbery.
- Someone has tampered with the accounts of the company.
- Someone has tampered with the electrical circuits.
- Someone left this for you.
- Crime is on the increase.
- The anatomy of a crime.
- Parts of this town are soil for crime.