conviction definition

  • noun:
    • Law The view of a jury or judge that a person is accountable of a crime as recharged.
    • legislation hawaii to be discovered or shown bad: research that generated the suspect's conviction.
    • The work or procedure for convincing.
    • their state of being convinced. See Synonyms at certainty.
    • a hard and fast or strong belief. See Synonyms at viewpoint.
    • A firmly held belief.
    • A judgement of guilt in a court of legislation.
    • The state to be found or shown responsible.
    • their state of being persuaded.
    • The work of convicting; the act of proving, finding, or adjudging, guilty of an offense.
    • A judgment of condemnation registered by a court having jurisdiction; the work or process of finding accountable, and/or condition to be discovered guilty of every crime by a legal tribunal.
    • The act of persuading of error, or of compelling the admission of a truth; confutation.
    • The state of being persuaded or convicted; strong persuasion or belief; particularly, hawaii of being found guilty of sin, or by your conscience.
    • The act of convincing the truth of one thing; specifically, the work of persuading of error; confutation.
    • their state of being convinced or completely persuaded; powerful belief on the floor of satisfactory reasons or research; the mindful assent of brain; satisfied persuasion; a set or firm belief: because, a viewpoint amounting to conviction; he thought a solid conviction of coming deliverance.
    • Specifically hawaii to be believing that a person is or is acting in opposition to conscience; their state of being found guilty of wrong-doing or sin; strong admonition of the conscience; spiritual compunction.
    • The act of appearing or finding guilty of an offense recharged; especially, the choosing by a jury or any other appropriate tribunal that the person on trial is guilty of this offense charged: often utilized as implying wisdom or phrase.
    • hawaii of being found guilty or confuted; condemnation upon proof or thinking; confutation.
    • an unshakable belief in something without importance of evidence or research
    • (criminal law) a final judgment of bad in a criminal situation in addition to punishment which imposed

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