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indict
used in Sycamore Row

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Definition
accuse formally of a crime
  • He had no plans to represent Simeon Lang beyond the indictment and would punt the case in a month or so.
    p. 389.2
  • His wife and two daughters were still waiting, as was an indictment.
    p. 20.7
  • Commingling client funds, but no indictment.
    p. 90.2
  • He closed his eyes and heard the voice of the court clerk, Jean Gillespie, read the verdict: "As to each count of the indictment, we the jury find the defendant not guilty by reason of insanity."
    p. 231.0
  • Had he been indicted?
    p. 550.2

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