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  • Each has a strong case, but in the end, the Captain is found guilty.
  • Of the other eight leaders, five were found guilty of the charges laid against them.
  • There were also some who believed that everyone was guilty of something.
  • If he is found guilty, he is removed from power.
  • He felt so guilty he would sometimes have nightmares about his mother.
  • After a two-week trial, five of the ten defendants were found guilty.
  • Found guilty of weapons violations, he went to federal prison for three years.
  • When he was found guilty, the clock in the tower at city hall was stopped in protest.
  • The government made sure everyone knew the guilty party was not a Muslim.
  • I thought the agents who sold him - I thought they were just as guilty as everybody else.
  • Any person who becomes aware of non-public information and trades on that basis may be guilty.
  • Though he was the innocent one of the three he looked the guiltiest. Cited from The Three Sisters, by May Sinclair
  • Six plead guilty, two died before trial and one was too sick to be tried.
  • Having been found guilty, they were committed to prison.
  • I may have violated some specific laws, but I am guilty of doing no wrong.
  • They were found not guilty by the Greek court.
  • However, the jury took only fifteen minutes to find More guilty.
  • For the numerous crimes he was found guilty of, he was sentenced to death.
  • I said he was being treated like a black on the street, already guilty, already a perp.
  • Under these laws the man was found guilty and was put to death in 1935.
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Meaning of guilty

  • adjective Responsible for or chargeable with a reprehensible act
    guilty of murder, the guilty person, secret guilty deeds