Traducción de indict en Español:


acusar, v.

Pronunciación /ɪnˈdaɪt//ɪnˈdʌɪt/

verbo transitivo

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    to indict sb for sth acusar a algn de algo
    • Prosecutors did not indict him on the first charge, while a court fined him 300,000 yen on the second charge.
    • That means not only making sure there is strong evidence against the defendant before indicting him, but also making sure that he receives a fair trial.
    • Despite considerable evidence, a grand jury refused to indict him.
    • All I can say from what I've seen, I would have to support the position that the government took on indicting him several years ago.
    • It's one of those things we're going to have to wait and see what the grand jury indicted him on.
    • However, prosecutors did not indict him at that time on the grounds that the girl could not remember what he did.
    • Here was a man accused of homosexual activities on the occasions for which he was indicted.
    • If you so testify in front of a jury, I will indict you for first degree murder.
    • Howard, it suggests that if they do believe that he is a suspect or may be guilty, they maybe do not have enough evidence to get a grand jury to indict him.
    • This one a Texas grand jury indicting him on a charge of money laundering, also in connection with this case.
    • The government can seize a defendant's assets immediately after indicting him, making it virtually impossible to finance an effective defense.
    • Turns out the Justice Department didn't think they had enough evidence to indict him.
    • If there's information you could indict, they will indict him when he leaves office if he lied under oath.
    • And a grand jury or the state attorney makes the decision as to whether or not to formally indict you with the charges.
    • He indicts her, raids her offices and it comes to nothing?
    • Well, if they're just indicting him for burglary, I doubt they have any direct connection yet.
    • Moving on very swiftly, in relation to two charges, you were indicted to stand trial at the Central Criminal Court?
    • Undaunted, local prosecutors decided to indict him for possession of drug paraphernalia.
    • What legal grounds are there for indicting him for treason?
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