admission of guilt

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  • Despite his admission of guilt the identity of the victim has never been discovered.
  • Whether or not this was an admission of guilt will never be known.
  • The case was reportedly settled out of court with no admission of guilt.
  • The Mayor and his company re-enter, taking her statement as an admission of guilt.
  • In his subsequent admission of guilt of murder and attempted murder he said he did it to make an impression.
  • On the other hand, to stop away voluntarily, might look like an admission of guilt. Cited from The Channings: A Story, by Mrs. Henry Wood
  • He had always maintained his innocence but agreed to sign an admission of guilt as part of the deal.
  • His flight proved to be a major mistake, for it was widely seen as an admission of guilt.
  • Opportunities of escape, he said, he had rejected, as flight might be taken as an admission of guilt.
  • The mere attempt would be regarded as an admission of guilt. Cited from Mr. Fortescue, by William Westall
  • The note I found was really an admission of guilt. Cited from Tangled Trails, by William MacLeod Raine
  • There was no admission of guilt and none of the allegations has been proven in court.
  • She had collapsed on the seat with her face in her hands -- the very picture of Admission of Guilt. Cited from Campfire Girls Go Motoring, by Hildegard G. Frey
  • There was no admission of guilt or finding of wrongdoing in either settlement.
  • She handed in her badge and gun, saying that it was not an admission of guilt.
  • Warnings may be issued when the police officer is satisfied the person is guilty, but do not need an admission of guilt.
  • The agreement was made with no admission of guilt.
  • Thus the use of a consent decree is not any sort of sentence or admission of guilt.
  • If we attempt to leave the place, after the information Father Bivot has given them, it will be a clean admission of guilt. Cited from Castle Craneycrow, by George Barr McCutcheon
  • However, its impact was limited outside of a few German-language publications; indeed, some interpreted it as an admission of guilt.
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