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responsible for or chargeable with a reprehensible act

showing a sense of guilt

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| Andrew Hayes, 48 and of Fincham Road, Dovecot, Merseyside, was found guilty of conspiracy to produce Class B (amphetamine) following trial and jailed for seven years.
Andrew Hayes, 48, of Fincham Road, Dovecot, Merseyside was found guilty of conspiracy to produce Class B (amphetamine) following trial and jailed for seven years.
| Mark Pickering was found not guilty of the murder of Steven Willis but guilty of manslaughter.
Melik Shaw, 22, of Carbondale, pleaded guilty to battery, a Class A misdemeanor.
If you return a verdict of guilty, it should be for the highest offense [begin strikethrough]which[end strikethrough] that has been proven beyond a reasonable doubt.
Jamie Barker, 24, of Horton Avenue, Shiremoor, pleaded guilty to breaching a restraining order by contacting a particular woman on November 5.
Poh Yen Chen 44, of Heol Llinos, Thornhill, Cardiff, pleaded guilty to speeding and was fined PS100 with a PS20 victim surcharge and PS60 costs.
One man, Katrell Adams, 22, of Worcester, was found not guilty on charges of disturbing the peace and trespassing issued by a judge in a direct finding before the jury deliberated.
Carly Marie Cardwell, 25, of Holmsdale Road, Foleshill, pleaded guilty to being in possession of a Class A drug.
The 60-year-old, who can't be named for legal reasons, pleaded guilty to 14 sexual offences against the teenager.
Tony Culhane July 2007 Suspended one year - guilty of aiding or abetting individuals to lay or back horses with the benefit of inside information
Nelson Miller, former owner of Freedom Financial Services in Little Rock, pleaded guilty to two misdemeanor counts of making false statements and, as sole owner of Freedom Financial, to one count of felony bank fraud on behalf of the corporation.
So, if there's anything I could be guilty of, it is my beliefs.
Percy's novel reminds us that one of the oddest things about the age we live in is that we are made to feel guilty about feeling guilty.