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wrong

1. (of a side, esp of a fabric) intended to face the inside so as not to be seen
2. Law
a. an infringement of another person's rights, rendering the offender liable to a civil action, as for breach of contract or tort
b. a violation of public rights and duties, affecting the community as a whole and actionable at the instance of the Crown
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Rule 804(b)(6) of the Federal Rules of Evidence practically defines forfeiture by wrongdoing as a "statement offered against a party that wrongfully caused--or acquiesced in wrongfully causing--the declarant's unavailability as a witness, and did so intending that result.
The SARB is committed to treating allegations of wrongdoing seriously and will always investigate fully.
The 50-year-old Scot, who has denied any wrongdoing, was suspended immediately after the allegation came to light on Wednesday, but the South Yorkshire club terminated his contract with immediate effect.
He said that the PML-N led government should 'probe and prosecute' if it has evidence of wrongdoing against anyone.
He said that the PML-N led government should probe and prosecute if it has evidence of wrongdoing against anyone.
As Yates put it, the memo was part of an effort to earn the public's confidence by "relentlessly pursuing wrongdoing, no matter who those wrongdoers may be.
Glasgow East MP Natalie McGarry denied any wrongdoing after a police investigation was launched into missing donations from a Women for Independence group she founded.
We hold him responsible for his intoxicated wrongdoing by tracing back to his responsibility for becoming intoxicated.
Global Banking News-July 22, 2015--Senior lawyer to investigate allegations of wrongdoing by banking inquiry
The SEC now requires companies and individuals to admit wrongdoing as a non-negotiable condition of settlement in certain "egregious" cases.
London, June 01 ( ANI ): American golf ace Phil Mickelson, who is one of the US's richest and most-admired sportsmen, has reportedly denied any wrongdoing in insider trading after the FBI launched an investigation into the same.
Several studies have indicated that while up to three-quarters of employees have observed wrongdoing in the workplace, only about 55% of those who observe wrongdoing report it.