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Synonyms for culpably

in a manner or to a degree deserving blame or censure

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The Record previously told how Pahnke had pled guilty to culpably and recklessly allowing the teenager, who cannot be named, to come into contact with the drug at an address on the islands.
Fischer and Ravizza hold culpably incapacitated agents responsible for their culpably incapacitated wrongdoing by tracing responsibility for the wrongdoing back to responsibility for the prior behavior that led to the incapacity.
This paper argues that (i) and (ii) are inconsistent with the popular belief that, other things being equal, when people culpably do very wrong or bad acts, they ought to be punished for this--even if they have repented, are now virtuous, and punishing them would benefit no one.
The decision to commit someone to prison is taken by magistrates, who must be satisfied that a parent has wilfully refused or culpably neglected to meet their financial responsibilities.
Jayawardene was dropped four times - twice by Anderson and twice too, more culpably, by Monty Panesar.
Justice proved as early as 1997 that Switzerland culpably bought formerly Jewish gold from the Nazis.
While Sarkozy, on a visit to Rwanda - first by a French leader in 25 years, did not formally apologise, he suggested that the entire international community - and France in particular - should accept that its response had been culpably weak.
The Detroit Three were culpably slow to realise this, slower even than US consumers.
Mola was convicted of culpably and recklessly failing to tell the woman he carried the infection.
At the High Court in Aberdeen, Clarke, of Tillyfar Farm Cottages in Turriff, Aberdeenshire, pleaded guilty to culpably and recklessly discharging the rifle on May 3.
But he admitted a lesser charge of driving a fork-lift truck culpably and recklessly and with a criminal disregard for the consequences and to the danger of McFarlane.
Berry,of Linwood Road,Birkenhead, admitted culpably and recklessly discharging the distress flare into the crowded football stadium with the disregard of the consequences of his actions and wanton disregard to public safety when he appeared at Aberdeen Sheriff Court.
Berry,of Linwood Road,Birkenhead, yesterday admitted culpably and recklessly discharging the distress flare into the stadium with disregard for his actions at Aberdeen Sheriff Court.
Smith, the justice system was culpably indifferent to the rights of the law-abiding, and perversely determined to leave a dangerous criminal at large.
When there is question of proper causality the assistance of the Holy Spirit is always available, but can be, and on occasion is, culpably disregarded.