English words and Examples of Usage

use "prosecute" in a sentence

“The purpose of this committee is to prosecute you,” he told Clinton.

"I will prosecute these two officers to the fullest extent of the law.

The decision about whether to prosecute individuals wasn't up to him, he says.

"We will arrest you and we will prosecute you to the fullest extent of the law.

Those cases were dropped when the women declined to prosecute, officials have said.

It is now vital to prosecute, and ensure that appropriate penalties are meted out."

It is hard to prosecute people for having an erroneous or stupid opinion, Grell said.

It was Marilyn Mosby who decided to prosecute six officers in connection with Gray's death.

Participants will share information and technology to identify and prosecute illegal fishing groups.

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The police decided not to prosecute because they didn't have enough evidence.

Usually, section 47 is used to prosecute in cases of this kind.

In my opinion, the government should do more to prosecute industries that pollute the environment.

The GBA said it would take legal steps to prosecute him.

In 1994, the United Nations established a tribunal to prosecute those responsible for war crimes during the conflict in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Rwanda.

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