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Synonyms for convict

find guilty


Synonyms for convict

a person serving a sentence in a jail or prison

a person who has been convicted of a criminal offense

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In another case the court of District and Session Judge Hyderabad convicted Bashir Mallah with life imprisonment and fine.
The numbers are down from peaks of 53 people convicted in 2012/13 in Northumbria and 52 people convicted in both 2010/11 and 2011/12 in Durham, according to the figures released by the Ministry of Justice following a Freedom of Information request.
But the number of convicted officers is thought to be much higher, as only 25 out of 45 forces provided figures following an investigation by the Press Association.
In 2012 a male sergeant was convicted of driving without a licence and while using a mobile phone, a male constable was convicted of careless driving and a male PC was cautioned for a data protection offence.
Bill Best, 30, of Parkstone Road, Foleshill, was convicted in his absence of failing to register a vehicle transfer.
Hayley Allison, 40, of Habershon Street, Roath, Cardiff, was convicted of exceeding a 30mph speed limit and fined pounds 200 with a pounds 15 victim surcharge and three penalty points.
Kent Police - a PC convicted of perverting the course of justice in 1998.
In April 2001 he was convicted of stealing goods from Waterstone's in the city, again hidden in a bag.
KABUL (PAN): Eleven drug traffickers have been convicted of trafficking and possessing narcotics by the Appeal Court of the Criminal Justice Task Force (CJTF),a statement issued here said Thursday: A drug trafficker from Herat province has been arrested for trafficking more than6 kg of heroin and was convicted and sentenced to16 years in jail, and fined one million fifty thousand Afghanis,the CJTF said in its statement.
The only woman on the list is Rose West, 55, convicted in 1995 of murdering 10 young women with her husband Fred at their home in Gloucester.
The majority of convicts were illiterate and convicted for crimes of poverty (theft)
Johnson was convicted in November by a Los Angeles Superior Court jury of first-degree murder with special circumstances, robbery and burglary.
Between 1875 and 1920 fewer than one Chicago killer in four was convicted.
The Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) presents Felony Sentences in State Courts, 2002, which features statistics for adults convicted of a felony and sentenced in state courts.