to come back a verdict of responsible in a court: "we are in need of jurors . . . who will not convict simply because they are dubious” ( Scott Turow).
legislation someone found or declared accountable of an offense or crime.
legislation people serving a sentence of imprisonment.
A person convicted of a crime by a judicial body.
people deported to a penal colony.
a typical name when it comes to sheepshead (Archosargus probatocephalus), owing to its black and stripes.
an individual proved responsible of a crime alleged against him; one legitimately found guilty or sentenced to punishment for a few crime.
A criminal sentenced to penal servitude.
you proved or found bad of an offense alleged against him; espeeially,one found guilty, after trial before a legal tribunal, by the verdict of a jury or any other appropriate decision; therefore, an individual undergoing penal servitude; a convicted prisoner.
an individual who happens to be convicted of a criminal offense
to show or find responsible of an offense charged; especially, to ascertain or adjudge to be bad after test before a legal tribunal, as by the verdict of a jury or any other appropriate decision: as, to convict the prisoner of crime.
To persuade of wrong-doing or sin; bring (one) to the belief or awareness this one has been doing wrong; awaken the conscience of.