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Synonyms for indict

to make an accusation against

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accuse formally of a crime

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It's a good analogy for the Kennedy team's fertility in other areas, especially indicting and prosecuting gangsters.
Victoria Pipkin, spokeswoman for the District Attorney's Office, said Friday that prosecutors believed indicting the teens was up to their discretion, but the judge disagreed.
But indicting physicians and other health care professionals makes for attention-grabbing headlines, and in recent years prosecutors around the country have begun to blur the distinction between honest mistakes and crimes.
Fidler said the drafters of the proposition, passed by voters in March, did not, however, address the issue of indicting juveniles.
Once a prosecutor concludes the presentation of evidence, grand jurors have the final word on indicting the investigation's target.
They think by indicting my wife and my friends that I will lie about the president and the first lady.
Facing allegations that his office had tampered with the Ventura County grand jury, District Attorney Michael Bradbury testified Thursday that neither he or other prosecutors had tried to coerce the panel into indicting suspects.
Netanyahu blamed political rivals in his first public comments since it became known that police have recommended indicting him for fraud and breach of
In the biggest political corruption scandal ever to hit Israel, police have recommended indicting Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on charges of fraud and breach of trust, say several government officials and Netanyahu's lawyer.