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Synonyms for conviction

Synonyms for conviction

the fact or condition of being without doubt

something believed or accepted as true by a person

Synonyms for conviction

an unshakable belief in something without need for proof or evidence

(criminal law) a final judgment of guilty in a criminal case and the punishment that is imposed

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The conviction rate for drink or drug driving is the lowest for over 65s with 0.
There were 389 convictions for drunkenness with aggravations in 2015/16, or 17 convictions for every 100,000 people in the area.
Lloyd's mother fought back tears after a judge voided Hernandez's conviction in her son's killing.
There were also 16 convictions outlined on applications for making indecent photographs or pseudo-photographs of a child.
And despite convictions for sexual offences, assault, wounding and motoring offences, drivers with previous convictions have been handed licences by councils.
However, having a criminal conviction does not automatically bar applicants from gaining a taxi licence.
The spokesman said the policy lists offences and stipulates guidelines on how long the applicant/licence holder should be free from conviction before an application would normally be considered.
The conviction was a spent conviction in November 2012 and not in my mind when I stood for police and crime commissioner in Greater Manchester.
Meanwhile, there was a decrease of 10 percent in the conviction rate for property crimes and 13 percent for violent crimes overall.
There have also been 346 convictions for breaching a disqualification for keeping animals, which is usually handed down following a previous conviction for animal cruelty, as well as 47 convictions for being involved in animal fights.
Watkins' bid for reelection in 2014 was stifled by Susan Hawk amidst allegations of misused forfeiture funds, but his conviction integrity unit became a model for criminal justice in the country.
There were one conviction for plying for hire without a Hackney carriage licence in Middlesbrough and four convictions for taxi touting.
Applications must be filed in the county in which the conviction occurred.
at the request of the Telegram & Gazette showed an overall conviction rate of 87.
As co-counsel with The Sex Workers Project at the Urban Justice Center, the Weil team filed motions to vacate M s convictions in New York and Kings counties.