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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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Muscat, Apr 3 (ONA) Muscat Primary Court today issued judgments convicting the accused in fraud case of food products.
A Los Angeles jury deliberated about five hours Tuesday and Wednesday before convicting Johnson of first-degree murder with special circumstances, robbery and burglary.
The local criminal justice system was as sure as it was swift, seldom convicting killers.
DNA technology frees the innocent as well as convicting the guilty.
For example, some lawmakers worry that a defendant in a state with a "three strikes, you're out" law might introduce his own prior convictions to deter a sympathetic jury from convicting him for a third time, thereby sending him to jail for life.
A Los Angeles Superior Court jury deliberated about 1 1/2 days before convicting Carlester Gresham, 29, Darrell Thomas, 24, and Marcus Young, 30, on Thursday of charges stemming from the bank robbery.