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Synonyms for arraign

Synonyms for arraign

to make an accusation against

Words related to arraign

accuse of a wrong or an inadequacy

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Mrs Adeogun was arraigned on a one court charge of causing a breach of the peace in the suit delineated MI/36C/2018 but she pleaded not guilty to the charge.
His lawyer William Bonwonga had asked the court to first order for investigations as to why he had been moved to all these stations before he could be arraigned in Nanyuki.
Earlier in the day, the Deputy Director of Public Prosecutions Nicholas Mutuku confirmed that Mr Miguna was arraigned before a court in Kajiado and was represented by two lawyers.
Likewise, former Technology and Resource Center officials Dennis Cunanan, Maria Rosalinda Lacsamana and Francisco Figura, budget officer Consuelo Lilian Espiritu, and chief accountant Marivic Jover were each arraigned on one count of graft and malversation.
Last week, Allan Erazo, 27, of Boston, was arraigned in the beating death of Sires and held without bail.
She was arraigned at the Lane County Jail, where she remained in custody Monday.
He was arraigned Friday on charges including failing to report a death, mutilation of a corpse and identity theft, the AP reported.
Waziri said the executives would be arraigned because 'it is within the law for every Nigerian to seek legal redress against perceived wrong but we want to counsel the Bench not to consider any frivolous interlocutory application from bank debtors at this particular point in time.
Joan Kenney, spokeswoman for the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, said he would appear at Framingham District Court at 2pm today, where he will be arraigned on two charges of first-degree murder.
John Telamini, 47, of the 100 block of Madison Avenue, was arraigned yesterday by District Judge Michael Cullen for an incident reported 10:30pm Monday.
on Friday and was not arraigned until the following Monday.
Gulf War veteran John Allen Muhammad, 41, was arraigned on a gun violation at US District Court in Baltimore, Maryland, last night.
President Bush's order specifies that the tribunals "shall have exclusive jurisdiction with respect to offenses by the [accused] individual" and that those arraigned before them will have no right to appeal to "any court of the United States, or any State thereof Instead, upon completion of a trial, convictions and sentences would be sent to the White House for review "by me or by the Secretary of Defense if so designated by me for this purpose.
Ousted Philippines president Joseph Estrada may face the death penalty after being arraigned yesterday for economic plunder