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criminal

1. a person charged with and convicted of crime
2. of, involving, or guilty of crime
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Tuttle be hospitalized for up to 40 days for observation and examination after being found not criminally responsible, she said she did not feel such a commitment was necessary given that Mr.
State prosecutor Gerrie Nel said that Pistorius did not suffer from a mental illness or defect that would have rendered him criminally not responsible for the offence charged.
The evaluation would determine "whether the accused by reason of mental illness or mental defect was at the time of the commission of the offence criminally responsible for the offence he is charged and whether he was capable of appreciating the wrongfulness of his act".
But what she has admitted--taking payoffs from a state vendor in a pie box--is a 5, criminally bad behavior, period.
Brain 'develops into twenties' DR Arthur questions whether young people are physically and mentally mature enough to be held criminally culpable at the tender age of 10.
This season's "Horror Story" will take place in the 1960's at an East Coast institution for the criminally insane.
Oslo District Court will decide whether Breivik is criminally insane, and will present the final ruling next month.
ON TRIAL: Lianne Smith, 45, is led away from the Provincial Court in Girona, Spain, where a jury is determining whether she is criminally responsible for her children's deaths
If the report is officially confirmed, it will run counter to an initial evaluation late last year that found the 33-year-old right-wing extremist criminally insane and will thus relaunch the debate on whether or not he can be sentenced to prison for the twin attacks.
Executives, who personally profit from violating safety regulations, must be held criminally liable," Gerard said.
Single The judge said: "It came as a surprise to me, as it will to many members of the party, that to do something as foolish and as criminally dangerous as you did will only incur a financial penalty.
In the psychiatric evaluation, a psychiatrist commissioned by the prosecutors assessed whether the teen could be held criminally responsible by conducting psychological tests and interviews.