finding of guilt


finding of guilt
I noun adjudication, award, censure, condemnation, conviction, conviction of guilt, criminal conviction, decision, decree, decrial, denunciation, determination, judgment, judgment of guilt, pronouncement, ruling, sentence, unfavorable verdict, verdict II index condemnation (punishment)

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

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