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offender

n. an accused defendant in a criminal case or one convicted of a crime. (See: defendant, accused)

offender

noun aggressor, assailant, criminal, evildoer, felon, lawbreaker, malefactor, malfeasant, one implicated in the commission of a crime, one who breaks the law, one who commits a crime, peccans, sinner, transgressor, violator, wrongdoer
Associated concepts: first offender, multiple offender, youthhul offender
See also: convict, criminal, delinquent, felon, lawbreaker, malefactor, outlaw, pariah, racketeer, recidivist, wrongdoer
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MERSEYSIDE has one of the highest number of sex offenders living in the region than anywhere else in England and Wales, it has been revealed.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Police do not know the whereabouts of hundreds of convicted sex offenders in the UK, according to figures published on Tuesday.
The offender will store personal information away and use it against staff by trying to compromise them when the time is right.
Jenny Mooney, chairwoman of the Teesside MAPPA strategic management board and governor of Holme House Prison, said: "We take a proactive approach to managing offenders and MAPPA is all about agencies working together to share their knowledge about a particular offender so that we can best protect the public.
Descriptive Statistics of the Study Group and the Comparison Group Variable Coding Study Group Comparison (n=1077) Group (n=1078) Offender Female 156 / 167 / 15.
First, the IDOC or other institution where the offender is confined must notify the offender of his or her duty to register under the Act.
An offender was considered to have a prior arrest record if he or she had one or more arrests that occurred before the offender's current court date.
Hundreds of municipalities and more than 20 states have laws that restrict where sex offenders may live.
6 in the Senior Center on the rights of individuals to access information about people convicted of sexual offenses under current sexual offender registry laws.
I used to put my gun on the coffee table, stand 4 or 5 feet away, jump up in the air through the cuffs, come down, grab the gun, and bring it back up in seconds," advised an offender who had attacked an officer while handcuffed.
Each issue will carry research results on violence-related victimization, victim services and domestic violence intervention as well as juvenile and adult offender treatment and rehabilitation programs.
Life without parole for juvenile offenders is widely used, and only three states specifically ban it.