indictment[ in-dahyt-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF indictment
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INDICTMENT
There is another article, and far more damaging, in the indictment.
The Inspector seized on the one flaw left him for defense against her indictment.
In his heart he knew there was justification for her indictment, truth in what she had said.
Falsepeace insisted that he was wrongly named in the indictment.
But Corinne's glances toward the rigid Pascal held no indictment.
I am not a prisoner, nor included in the indictment, and at present my evidence is good.
And so you think that I ought to answer your indictment as if I were in a court?
You have put this into the indictment because you had nothing real of which to accuse me.
"Let the indictment be read aloud and in English," said Justice Hide.
You have heard the indictment read, and you must plead, Guilty or Not Guilty.