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Synonyms for incriminate



Synonyms for incriminate

to make an accusation against

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

Synonyms for incriminate

suggest that someone is guilty

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It may well be that I shall repeat that warning to you later, reminding you that you may refuse to answer a question if the answer tends to incriminate you.
It is one thing to require a person to incriminate him or herself before an examiner with the benefit after objection of use immunity.
During the opening of the trail into the Lockerbie tragedy the court was told lawyers acting for Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed Al Megrah (48) and Al Amin Khalifa Fhimah (44) would produce evidence that would incriminate others for the world's worst-ever airline bombing.
He then filed an appeal, claiming (1) the information requested was irrelevant to the IRS's purported purpose; (2) the IRS's actual purpose was to compel him to improperly incriminate himself; and (3) the IRS's claim of using him as a witness was only to circumvent his Fourth Amendment privilege against unreasonable searches and seizures, his due process rights under the Fifth Amendment and the IRS's own regulations.
This will thwart hackers' attempts to delete logs, incriminate others, or flood the network with decoy log data in order to cover their tracks.
Co-managers John Thomas Dobe and Christian Verdon Atkinson refused to give evidence at the inquest on the basis that their answers could incriminate them.
The religiously conservative Anglo-Catholic officials seek information to incriminate other women connected to the opposing radical factions within the court, and they represent her as a heretic who has tried their patience and mercy beyond the limits of reason.
Starr subpoenaed Hubbell's financial records showing what he did with the proceeds of these deals, and Hubbell validly invoked the Fifth Amendment, claiming that the records might tend to incriminate him.
The Amendment not only protects the individual against being involuntarily called as a witness against himself in a criminal prosecution but also privileges him not to answer official questions put to him in any other proceeding, civil or criminal, formal or informal, where the answers might incriminate him in future criminal proceedings.
When the drug dealers discover they've been seen, they go after her to retrieve the video tape that can incriminate them.
In the trial, Ofer military court near Ramallah will hear the testimony of an Israeli police inspector who took part in the interrogation of a Palestinian minor in order to incriminate Tamimi, arrested in March, said the sources.
But the former close associate of notorious gangster Martin Cahill told the court he would say nothing during the trial in case he would incriminate himself.
VENTURA - To avert the possibility that Cora Caro could incriminate herself on triple-murder charges if she testifies during a wrongful-death lawsuit, a judge on Tuesday postponed that case until the criminal trial is over.
The Supreme Court has determined that simply placing suspects in situations where they are likely to incriminate themselves does not, in and of itself, constitute a sixth amendment violation.
It's shocking to us that Mentor and Meta chose to pursue this case in the face of obvious evidentiary problems, which culminated in their central witness pleading the 5th amendment on the grounds that he might incriminate himself.