inculpate


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Synonyms for inculpate

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

Synonyms for inculpate

suggest that someone is guilty

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In the sentient world we all occupy, however, there is no logical way to inculpate the sale of firearms or ammunition clips in the murders committed in Tucson.
Practice guidelines are double-edged swords, as they may be used in some jurisdictions either to exculpate or inculpate, i.
76) I n order to accomplish its goals in light of the facts of the case and the way the case was being reported, the court issued an extremely strict prohibition restricting the press from publishing any material that could inculpate the defendant.
This underlying presumption becomes more explicit as Lord Auld continues, stating, "' [Trial] is a search for truth in accordance with the twin principles that the prosecution must prove its case and that a defendant is not obliged to inculpate themselves.
The Court rejected the argument that the analysts' statements were not subject to confrontation because they were not "accusatory witnesses" in the sense that their testimony did not inculpate the defendant unless it was linked to other evidence.
Throughout the novel Oskar fantasizes about and even participates directly in a number of gruesome wrongdoings, but he spares no effort to inculpate himself and to be punished accordingly--telling his story is the most concrete manifestation of this.
The dispute involves some sentences that appear in the German edition, but not in Keynes's manuscript; but these sentences do not seem to inculpate Keynes any further, except for the use of the phrase "pronounced national leadership [Fuhrung]" with a positive connotation.
Here Lewis manages to inculpate simultaneously McLennan, Freud, and Darwin as thinkers whose tendentious theories, dangerously distorted by idealists, have brought mankind to the edge of extinction.
Philomela's voice was silenced so that she could not inculpate her rapist.
Borsay's desire to align the book with the prevailing tendencies of disability studies literature causes her to offer conclusions that inculpate all things "modern," including hospitals and other institutions, scientific medicine, and the medical profession.
The defensive action had to be immediate (incontinenti), and in order to be blameless had to be carried out in moderation (moderamen inculpate tutele).
These scenes inculpate Blackwood's--and the political Union that enabled the rise of the Edinburgh literary industry to which Blackwood's belongs--by a disparaging opposition of diabolical urbanity to pastoral rural environments.
Probably committed to writing 40 to 70 years after the crucifixion, the Gospels not only tended to exculpate and appease the Roman persecutors of nascent Christianity of guilt for Jesus's death, but to inculpate and vilify the Jews whose synagogues frustrated Christian hopes for mass Jewish conversion.
The move did not inculpate the former leader but paved the way for an investigation.