Translation of incriminate in Spanish:

incriminate

incriminar, v.

Pronunciation /ɪnˈkrɪmɪneɪt//ɪnˈkrɪməˌneɪt/

transitive verb

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    incriminar formal
    • I accept the evidence of all three Crown witnesses that they have not attempted to manufacture together a script to incriminate the accused.
    • Fairness to the person who has incriminated himself and any others affected by the incriminating statement and any danger of oppression would also be relevant considerations.
    • The appellant was not compelled to incriminate himself.
    • He gave evidence, of course, having been warned that he could refuse to answer any question that might incriminate him.
    • Benicia invited Martin to lunch to discuss evidence that could incriminate him in the embezzlement.
    • Yes sir, I refuse to answer this question on the grounds that it may incriminate me!
    • You do not have to answer the questions if you believe the answers might incriminate you.
    • Chick had during his evidence withdrawn much, if not all, of his evidence incriminating Sherwood and O'Brien.
    • It doesn't tell you anything that matters, anything that incriminates me.
    • I certainly didn't expect to have an in-house investigator running over my every word looking for evidence to incriminate me.
    • In doing so she noticed the half written text totally incriminating him and his nefarious activities.
    • Cindy got the tape that incriminates Grant after she heard Marley tell Jake where it was hidden.
    • Horse flies, deer flies, stable flies, horn flies, and others have been incriminated in disease transmission through interrupted feeding.
    • Given a fair wind and, more to the point, given the burden and standard of proof required to incriminate him, this story might well have worked.
    • Nobody is held accountable or the evidence is insufficient to incriminate anyone.
    • One Poke, the author of her pregnancy, gave evidence of a conversation incriminating the doctor.
    • There was no need of any evidence that might incriminate him for treason.
    • But it provides the protection against giving evidence in which you might incriminate yourself.
    • This opinion will, therefore, address the problem facing an attorney who in fact takes possession of physical evidence which incriminates a client and the disclosure of which to third parties could be damaging to the client.
    • However, Germany has insisted it cannot bend its laws forbidding supplying evidence that could incriminate someone facing execution.