to convict

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  • Can you give me further reason yet to convict me of the truth of what you say? Cited from The Works of John Bunyan Volumes 1-3, John Bunyan
  • It's easy enough to convict in this country, if you only know how. Cited from Keith of the Border, by Randall Parrish
  • Deep in her heart she could not find it possible to convict him of the latter alternative. Cited from A Texas Ranger, by William MacLeod Raine
  • Why, then, is it not proper for you all to convict this man? Cited from The Orations of Lysias, by Lysias
  • Never show that you doubt, except you are able to convict. Cited from The Vicar's Daughter, by George MacDonald
  • To convict a man of a crime he did not know he had committed would be difficult. Cited from The Breaking Point, by Mary Roberts Rinehart
  • You know how hard it is to convict those people. Cited from The Net: A Novel, by Rex Beach
  • I have evidence enough to convict you without any admissions on your part. Cited from The Boy from the Ranch, by Frank V. Webster
  • The evidence which was intended to convict me was the evidence which I was expected to find! Cited from The Legacy of Cain, by Wilkie Collins
  • It took the jury some time to convict her, although eventually they found her guilty.
  • But I can tell you what it is, boys, they will have a hard time to convict. Cited from From Wealth to Poverty, by Austin Potter
  • To allow a bare majority to convict would be to place too little protection over a public officer. Cited from Studies in Civics, by James T. McCleary
  • The mark alone was not enough to convict a person, but did add to the evidence.
  • "With my own eyes I have seen enough to convict a dozen men!" Cited from The Gun-Brand, by James B. Hendryx
  • Without his testimony, it would not have been possible to convict the other officers.
  • Have three men here with evidence to convict if we can save the girl who is valuable witness. Cited from The Quirt, by B.M. Bower
  • To require similar agreement in this case would be to make it next to impossible ever to convict. Cited from Studies in Civics, by James T. McCleary
  • He also told her to convict two of his co-defendants, but not him.
  • Take it that they will not want to convict you. Cited from Oscar Wilde, Volume 1 (of 2), by Frank Harris
  • In the place plenty of evidence to convict the two men was found. Cited from The Boy Scouts' First Camp Fire, by Herbert Carter
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