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Sentence count:97+4 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-07-18Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: condemndoomsentenceAntonym: absolveacquitSimilar words: convictionconvinceconvincedvictimconveyconvertconventionconversionMeaning: [kən'vɪkt]  n. 1. a person serving a sentence in a jail or prison 2. a person who has been convicted of a criminal offence. v. find or declare guilty. 
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1, I have all the evidence necessary to convict this young criminal now.
2, Murrow's evidence was enough to convict Hayes of murder.
3, He was stigmatised as an ex - convict.
4, They have brought the escaped convict to bay.
5, They amassed enough evidence to convict her.
6, There was insufficient evidence to convict him.
7, There wasn't enough evidence to convict her.
8, The police didn't have enough evidence to convict him.
9, They have drove the escaped convict to bay.
10, We must fix the ex - convict up with at least an odd job.
11, It was difficult to convict him of the falsity of his beliefs.
12, They amassed enough evidence to convict him on six charges.
13, You can't convict a man of a crime on circumstantial evidence alone.
14, She walked through, feeling like a condemned convict.
15, Prosecutors believe they have enough evidence to convict Smith.
16, But to convict on her word alone!
17, A South Carolina jury refused to convict the patrolmen.
18, They say perhaps it was an escaped convict who got into the house while Joe was out.
19, This shows inhumanity because it is despicable to convict a man of a crime of which you know he is innocent.
20, In 1997 Mr Nero's evidence helped to convict 46 mobsters.
21, Or would it be fairer to convict the harm-doer of a lesser offence,( thus ignoring the chance result?
22, That phrase is read narrowly to convict the accused of handling rather than theft, handling being a more serious offence than theft.
23, You'll be facing a Federal rap for aiding and abetting an escaped convict.
24, It was thought that he'd committed the crime but there wasn't sufficient evidence to convict him.
25, In his summing-up, the judge said that it was dangerous to convict on this evidence alone.
26, He was found innocent in the court, that is to say, the court could not convict him legally.
27, He said he questioned whether there was enough evidence to convict his client on conspiracy to commit murder.
28, It was decided that there was sufficient evidence to convict Marconi.
29, If this issue is resolved negatively, then the plea of autrefois convict could not be sustained in this case.
30, If you are accused of being a Christian, there should be enough evidence to convict you. Joyce Meyer 
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