English words and Examples of Usage

use "convict" in a sentence

Abidin is also a drug convict and the only Indonesian citizen in the group.

Only Indonesia alone can gather evidence and convict the companies concerned.

Police arrested a man for her murder, but did not have the evidence to convict him.

"We don't convict them of crimes because they are rich or they are rude or they are tough.

He chose that trial with reason: it was one in which spectral evidence had served to convict.

PIcture: @SECambhart “I said you could only convict if you can be sure on the evidence presented.

The Herald supported social reform and opposed the convict system.

He always claimed in Australia that he was a political exile and not a convict.

As an ex-convict, he found it hard to get a job, and struggled to make a living.

The sharecroppers were replaced by prisoners under a convict leasing program.

We've tried to convey our suggestions to the administration in a positive manner, but they don't seem to be listening. convict

Members of the judiciary are often threatened by those they convict of crimes.

The special division (of the court) was programmed to convict.

Please send your Holy Spirit to help me obey You and to convict me when I sin.

Abel Magwitch was a convict who worked under Compeyson.

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