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  1. indicted

    An indictment ( in-DYTE-mənt) is a formal accusation that a person has committed a crime. In jurisdictions that use the concept of felonies, the most serious criminal offence is a felony; jurisdictions that do not use the felonies concept often use that of an indictable offence, an offence that requires an indictment.

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  1. Indicted

    of Indict

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of indicted in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of indicted in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

Examples of indicted in a Sentence

  1. Democratic Rep. Jerry Nadler:

    But insofar as the Justice Department refuses to indict a president, no matter what the evidence is of whatever crimes, because they think he can't be indicted, we should certainly hold the statute of limitations, so that if he does something before he's president or while he's president that should be indicted, and the Department of Justice will not consider indicting him, whatever the facts, while he's president, he can be indicted afterward.

  2. The Justice Department:

    The individual involved in this case was indicted in 2011 in federal district court, the United States has consistently used the extradition process to obtain indicted fugitives who are overseas, so that they can stand trial in our federal courts.

  3. Danny Cevallos:

    The grand jury ultimately decides whether to indict, but it's 100% the prosecution's show. ... The prosecutor could, in theory, make less of an effort if he doesn't want someone indicted.

  4. Aaron Mysliwiec:

    There are a lot of cases where police officers don’t get indicted for what looks like extreme situations, many jurors and judges tend to believe police officers more than your average witness.

  5. Mark Pomerantz:

    If you take the exact same conduct – and make it not about Donald Trump and not about a former president of the United States, would the case have been indicted? It would have been indicted in a flat second.

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    • A. moan
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