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CO-DEFENDANT. One who is made defendant in an action with another person.

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I get shabu from my co-defendant (the 37-year-old Filipino), and smoke it with my friend (another Filipino co-defendant, aged 39)," he told prosecutors.
and his co-defendants betrayed the public trust and undermined our faith in government," U.
The defence team for two other leading Muslim Brotherhood members -- Mohamed Al-Beltagy and Safwat Hegazy -- have asked that judges recuse themselves in two cases in which Morsi is a co-defendant.
Mursi's co-defendants also condemned the army and chanted against the judiciary.
Dmitrichenko has acknowledged he wanted Filin roughed up and had given co-defendant Yuri Zarutsky the go-ahead to hit him, but said he had not wanted acid to be used.
As has been previously reported, the co-defendants were the mothers of the victims who have automatic lifetime anonymity.
Morsi and his co-defendants face charges of inciting the killing of protesters who massed outside the presidential palace in December and demanded he call off a referendum on a new constitution drafted by his Islamist allies.
Jeff Whorton, a co-defendant in one of two federal cases involving bankrupt northwest Arkansas real estate developer Brandon Barber, pleaded guilty Aug.
The KFC restaurant Co-defendant Ben Kennedy, 21, of Rhuddlan Road, Rhyl, admitted the conspiracy charge, but his father John Kennedy, 44, also of Rhuddlan Road, pleaded not guilty when they appeared at Mold Crown Court yesterday.
Summary: The self-proclaimed mastermind of the September 11, 2001 attacks, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, and four co-defendants will be tried in a civilian court in New York, U.
AaAaAa Chahtane was sued by Moroccan Justice after publishing false and unfounded information, while co-defendants were also prosecuted for the same offense.
The jury has heard the 38-year-old worked with his co-defendants, as well as seven others who have already pleaded guilty, to reclaim VAT on fabricated deals of "zero-rated" items such as kids clothes.