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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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H]is continuing order is for the investigation, the NBI to continue and to conclude it so that we will find out if people should be criminally liable,' he said.
Local labourer Abdul Hamid's minor son Farhan (9) was criminally molested by two accused in village Qila Kalarwala, Pasrur tehsil here.
It criminally misled - I shouldn't say criminally, it is not criminally - but it irresponsibly misled the people of Britain.
If political parties receive any shadow financing, their leaders will be held criminally responsible for political corruption," Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk emphasised at the International Anti-Corruption Conference Preventing.
SHUTTER ISLAND Channel 4, 9pm A US marshal, traumatised by his past, heads to a hospital for the criminally insane on a remote island to investigate the disappearance of a woman who murdered her children.
The prosecution said that it means that the Olympic athlete was criminally responsible for his actions when he shot his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp dead last year on Valentine's Day.
South African Olympic and Paralympic track starOscarPistoriuswas ordered on Tuesday to undergo a month of psychiatric tests to find out whether he was criminally responsible when he shot dead his girlfriend on Valentine's Day last year.
Multiple Emmy-winning Canadian documentary veteran John Kastner offers a companion piece to his "NCR: Not Criminally Responsible" with "Out of Mind, Out of Sight.
com/2012/07/27/american-horror-story-exclusive-bourne-actress-franka-potente/) TVLine , Potente has scored the role of a "mysterious patient" at the institute for the criminally insane.
Defence counsel Geir Lippestad said: "Breivik wishes to be punished for his actions - that is, to be treated as criminally sane by the court.
She went on trial at the Provincial Court in Girona, north-east Spain, so a jury can determine whether she is criminally responsible for the children's deaths.
Norway: A new psychiatric probe of Anders Behring Breivik found that the man who killed 77 people last July was criminally responsible, a Norwegian daily reported Tuesday.