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implicate

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to make an accusation against

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

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suggest that someone is guilty

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MAP has been incriminated as the cause of Crohn disease in humans (5,6), although conflicting findings have been reported.
31) Bruton's conviction was affirmed on appeal, even though Evans' confession directly incriminated him, solely because the jury had been given a limiting instruction.
65) The Court thus rejected a contextual analysis approach and explained that the question was not whether the confession incriminated Marsh but whether it was correct to assume that the jury did not use it against Marsh.
Justice Scalia believed the introduction of Bell's confession did not enable the jury merely to look at Gray and definitively know that the confession specifically incriminated him.
is not whether the confession incriminated petitioner [inferentially], but whether the incrimination is so `powerful' that we must depart from the normal presumption that the jury follows its instructions.
But in the interview he incriminated himself by telling police that he would drive Mr Davies around to deliver cannabis and would be given a PS20 bag of cannabis each day he did so, Mold Crown Court was told.
When interviewed as a witness he incriminated himself and was later arrested himself in November and
8] Having written Askew into its records as an incriminated woman, the state and ecclesiastic authorities then attempt to use her during her subsequent imprisonment and execution to speak for, and thus reinforce, the power and authority of Henry VIII's conservative government.
16] Here the body of the incriminated woman could be subjected to a disciplinary procedure that, unlike their apparently illegal and private use of torture in the Tower, is both legal and public.
He cited taped statements by the victim's neighbors who said they heard the voices of a man and woman the night of the slaying that incriminated the victim's friends.
Matz said she was concerned that Karapatian had incriminated himself in testimony Monday and might continue to do so.