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Synonyms for suspect

believe

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distrust

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  • trust
  • have faith in
  • think innocent

accused

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dubious

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Synonyms for suspect

to lack trust or confidence in

Synonyms for suspect

a person or institution against whom an action is brought in a court of law

imagine to be the case or true or probable

regard as untrustworthy

hold in suspicion

not as expected

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All the three suspects were former students of the Jamia Naeemia, a seminary.
The spokesperson said that the suspects were involved in various cases of targeted killings, extortion and drug peddling.
Elements from MPD's Police Station (PS) 4 arrested suspects Amador dela Costa, Christian Cruz, Renie Briones Marites de Guzman, and Khim Jhay Azanes who were having pot session on San Agustin street corner Batanes street in Sampaloc, Manila.
One of the suspects had threatened them with a knife.
The first, second and third suspects stormed the building and poured gasoline on the ground and upper floors, while the fourth suspect poured the same substance onto the building from outside.
KARACHI -- At least four suspects were killed in a shootout with police and two others arrested on Monday in multiple operations conducted by police in Karachi.
Summary: Five suspects implicated in attempts to bring terror items from Iraq
Suspects smashed glass panels in ground floor window.
2) The privacy of the interrogation is not simply an inherent characteristic but a carefully calculated strategy aimed at creating an environment of isolation, (3) evident by the fact that most law enforcement officers do not conduct successful interrogations with a group of suspects at once or in public places.
The list of facts to be considered is lengthy, but its highlights include: the number of suspects and officers involved; the size, age and condition of the suspect; the known or perceived fighting ability of the suspect; the duration of the action; the experience level of the officers; the distance from the officers to the suspect; and the weapons in the immediate vicinity of the suspect.
Both suspects had past criminal histories and were under the influence of narcotics and alcohol at the time of the incident.
In 1966, the Supreme Court issued the Miranda decision, requiring police to tell criminal suspects of their right to remain silent and to consult a lawyer.
Confronting suspects and getting them to confess is not easy.
You see it over and over again; an administrator suspects a machine has been hacked and starts riffling through the file system looking for anything out of the ordinary.
According to an account provided by Mexican prosecutor Saul Ballesteros, Martinez picked up the two suspects while they were hitch-hiking near the town of Agua Prieta.