criminal guilt

See: mens rea
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How in the world can the Ombudsman decide on the criminal guilt of a public official?
attributing criminal guilt to them for choosing what had already been
He said: "Coroners do not make findings of criminal guilt but it would be pointless sophistry not to acknowledge that these deaths were part of a gross mass murder.
Whitson added that Morsi's criminal guilt was not established in the case.
You cannot declare a man guilty unless his criminal guilt is proven.
This wholesale process of creating criminal convictions in the aggregate is in deep tension with core precepts of criminal law, most fundamentally the idea that criminal guilt is an individuated concept reflecting the defendant's personal culpability.
He confessed killing the 77 victims but denied any criminal guilt.
During the 10-week trial that ended in June, Breivik admitted to the attacks but declined criminal guilt out of principle, saying the victims were traitors for embracing immigration and making Norway a multicultural society.
During the 10-week trial that ended in June, Breivik admitted to the attacks, but declined criminal guilt out of principle, saying the victims were traitors for embracing immigration and making Norway a multicultural society.
He admits the killings but denies criminal guilt - he says the killings were necessary because his victims were "traitors" who promoted Muslim immigration and multiculturalism.
Breivik denies criminal guilt, claiming it was selfdefence as those he killed backed multi-culturalism.
He denies criminal guilt, claiming it was self-defence as those he killed backed multiculturalism.

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