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to cause to appear involved in or guilty of a crime or fault

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disclosures or to give testimony which will tend to criminate him or
172, 181 (1871) (noting "[t]his branch of the constitutional exemption [Article XII's privilege] corresponds with the common law maxim, nemo tenetur seipsum accusare [no man is bound to criminate (accuse) himself]"); see also Davies, supra, at 1001-02 nn.
concern that the admitted statements were being used "to criminate others than him who made it.
Public Redirect expenditure from ad- Reduce government Expenditure ministration, defense, indis- expenditure Priorities criminate subsidies and white elephants to areas with the potential to improve income distribution, such as primary health care, education and infrastructure 3.
is bound to do justice to their characters, and not to criminate them
70) If the witness "say upon his oath that his answer would criminate himself, the court can demand no other testimony of the fact.
He ought not to be compelled to answer any thing which might tend to criminate himself.
This is a deeply flawed `solution' that does not even criminate the problem," said George Boggs, president and chief executive officer of the American Association of Community Colleges.
Paper meter test forms require that the data be manually entered into some existing meter test or other measurement application before the data is meaningful to the volume processing group, Even if the company has an electronic Meter Test application, it may not interface with their existing gas measurement system, which could criminate the manual entry of meter test data,
Furthermore, in exploratory analyses performed on the current data using either discriminant analysis or neural network pattern recognition techniques, we found that the same individual cases that were difficult to dis criminate using the procedures employed here were also difficult to discriminate using alternative methods.
He added: "Already the shellings, the ethnic cleansings, the indis- criminate attacks on civilians in the name of security are taking place.
The proponents' campaign was largely based on a single principle: It is wrong for a government to dis- criminate based on race.
Using the smooth-walled HDPE pipe lessened the amount of pumping necessary due to less friction in the pipe, helping to criminate 7 of 12 planned pump stations and saving $50,000 installation costs and $5,000 annual operating costs per station.