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synonyms for convicting

  • condemn
  • imprison
  • sentence
  • adjudge
  • attaint
  • doom
  • frame
  • rap
  • bring to justice
  • declare guilty
  • pass sentence on
  • pronounce guilty
  • put away
  • put the screws to
  • send up
  • send up the river
  • throw the book at
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antonyms for convicting

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  • free
  • release
  • exonerate
  • liberate
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Besides Arizona, Florida is another state where those who have previously been convicted of a felony must jump through many hoops to restore their rights.
THE ROAD TO RESTORATION: RECLAIMING YOUR RIGHTS AS A ONCE-CONVICTED FELONTRUTHBETOLDNOVEMBER 1, 2020TRUTHBETOLD.NEWS
None of the officers included in the review has been convicted of crimes or determined to have committed misconduct.
OFFICERS WHO WROTE MULTIPLE SEDITIOUS LANGUAGE TICKETS HAVE BEEN ACCUSED OF OTHER VIOLATIONSKARA GRANTOCTOBER 14, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
Until recently, the state restricted anyone convicted of a felony from voting, even after they’d finished their sentence.
A CRASHED VOTER REGISTRATION WEBSITE IS FLORIDIANS’ LATEST OBSTACLE TO THE RIGHT TO VOTESARA MORRISONOCTOBER 9, 2020VOX
The proportions were even higher in Maine and Rhode Island, where 38% and 43% of convicted felons registered to vote, respectively.
IN FLORIDA, THE GUTTING OF A LANDMARK LAW LEAVES FEW FELONS LIKELY TO VOTEBY LAWRENCE MOWER AND LANGSTON TAYLOR, MIAMI HERALD AND TAMPA BAY TIMESOCTOBER 7, 2020PROPUBLICA
A staffer convicted of felony theft now reviews defendants’ finances to determine whether they will receive a state-funded attorney.
MAINE HIRES LAWYERS WITH CRIMINAL RECORDS TO DEFEND ITS POOREST RESIDENTSBY SAMANTHA HOGAN, THE MAINE MONITOR, WITH DATA ANALYSIS BY AGNEL PHILIPOCTOBER 6, 2020PROPUBLICA
In 2019, Becerra sent a letter to a pair of Berkeley-based journalists saying he might take legal action if they didn’t destroy a secret list of convicted police officers.
MORNING REPORT: THE STATE’S TOP COP ON THE STATE OF POLICINGVOICE OF SAN DIEGOOCTOBER 5, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
Federal court records show that one of the three owners had previously been convicted of felony wire fraud while working in a similar job.
MEET THE CUSTOMER SERVICE REPS FOR DISNEY AND AIRBNB WHO HAVE TO PAY TO TALK TO YOUBY KEN ARMSTRONG, JUSTIN ELLIOTT AND ARIANA TOBINOCTOBER 2, 2020PROPUBLICA
In June, Burundi courts rejected four journalists’ appeal after they were convicted in January of attempting to undermine state security.
THESE 10 FEMALE JOURNALISTS DESERVE JUSTICE IMMEDIATELYBRETT HAENSELOCTOBER 1, 2020FORTUNE
Facing significant jail time if convicted, he made a deal with prosecutors and pleaded guilty to one charge of failing to comply and one count of resisting arrest, both misdemeanors.
THE STARTLING REACH AND DISPARATE IMPACT OF CLEVELAND CLINIC’S PRIVATE POLICE FORCEBY DAVID ARMSTRONGSEPTEMBER 28, 2020PROPUBLICA
When the state Senate took on the bill, it quietly added an amendment that removed the mandatory minimum sentences for police officers and other public officials convicted of official misconduct.
HOW CRIMINAL COPS OFTEN AVOID JAILBY ANDREW FORD, ASBURY PARK PRESSSEPTEMBER 23, 2020PROPUBLICA
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WORDS RELATED TO CONVICTING

  • accusatory
  • compromising
  • condemnatory
  • convicting
  • damaging
  • damning
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