adjudge sb. to be guilty

adjudge sb. to be guilty
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  • guilty verdict — Formal pronouncement by jury that they adjudge the defendant guilty of the offense charged …   Black's law dictionary

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  • convict — con·vict 1 /kən vikt/ vt [Latin convictus past participle of convincere to find guilty, prove, from com with, together + vincer to conquer]: to find guilty of a criminal offense was convict ed of fraud compare acquit con·vict 2 / kän ˌvikt/ …   Law dictionary

  • condemn — con·demn /kən dem/ vt 1: to impose a penalty on; esp: to sentence to death 2: to adjudge unfit for use or consumption 3: to declare convertible to public use under the right of eminent domain: take con·dem·nable …   Law dictionary

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  • sentence — sen·tence 1 / sent əns, ənz/ n [Old French, opinion, judicial sentence, from Latin sententia, ultimately from sentire to feel, think, express an opinion] 1: a judgment formally pronouncing the punishment to be inflicted on one convicted of a… …   Law dictionary

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  • judge — 1 / jəj/ vb judged, judg·ing [Old French jugier, from Latin judicare, from judic judex judge, from jus right, law + dicere to decide, say] vt 1: to hear and decide (as a litigated question) in a court of justice judge a case 2: to pronounce after …   Law dictionary

  • determine — de·ter·mine vt mined, min·ing: to make a determination regarding Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. determine I …   Law dictionary

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