culpability


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responsibility for an error or crime

Synonyms for culpability

a state of guilt

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'Those whose culpability has been firmly established thus necessitating the cancellation of their results.
He added that his committee also identified political culpability in both periods.
He further alleged that the Central government had "spun a web of lies to protect Prime Minister's culpability in the connection".
'I will push for an inquiry to look into these and determine the culpability of the PNP officials, among others,' Poe said in a statement.
He could not, therefore, ascertain whether evidence to support criminal culpability is contained in the evidence.My role was to seek MLA on behalf of the Kenyan government not analyse the evidence.
It was fined PS450,000 by the judge, who ruled the danger to Mr Price was "obvious" and it was a case of "high culpability".
Aguirre, in particular, wants the NBI to investigate whether there is criminal, civil, administrative culpability on any agency, office and instrumentality of the government.
The PM dodged the questions by hitting out at Corbyn for not condemning Russia's "culpability."
Murphy contends that district courts should apportion fees in proportion to the defendants culpability. When a defendant has acted egregiously, he says, the court should lower the plaintiff s responsibility for the fee award and increase the defendantseven if that means applying only a nominal amount of the plaintiff s judgment toward the fee.
'The latest attempt by Dr Mahathir to exonerate himself from any culpability in the episode of the removal of Tun Salleh Abas as the Lord President and subsequent expulsion of senior judges is a new low and an absolute disregard for the intelligence of the average Malaysian,' he said in a statement.
In sections on tactics and impacts and corporate culpability, they consider such topics as green marketing as a tool for reducing the environmental footprint of construction, emerging strategies in green marketing within the new sustainability paradigm, the impact of green attributes from suppliers on supply chain performance, the practice of green marketing in organic agriculture in Turkey, eco-friendly culpabilities of modern corporates on ecological marketing, and an overview of electric vehicle technology: a vision towards sustainable transportation.
Arizona, which require culpability for capital punishment of co-felons who do not kill.
(13) As I have argued, actual loss serves primarily (though not exclusively) as a proxy for the harm inflicted by a crime, and intended loss serves primarily (though not exclusively) as a proxy for the defendant's culpability, (14) defined in this context as "[m]oral blameworthiness." (15) From 2001 until late 2015, the Guidelines defined intended loss merely as "the pecuniary harm that was intended to result from the offense." (16) As some courts noted, this definition was "seriously circular" (17) and "assumes that we already know what the word intended means" (18) This was especially problematic given that "[t]he meaning of the word 'intent' in the criminal law has always been rather obscure." (19)
Gold's is a gripping take on the question of culpability related to mass deaths, an account in which few escape unscathed.