admit guilt

See: confess
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Gates is the third former Trump aide to admit guilt in the investigation.
Summary: Michael Flynn, President Donald Trump's former national security adviser, pleaded guilty Friday to lying to the FBI about his contacts with Russia, becoming the first Trump White House official to face criminal charges and admit guilt so far in the wide-ranging election investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller.
Defendants convicted after a trial are likely to face tougher punishments than if they admit guilt early on.
Through the way it is regulated the possibility of the offender to admit guilt, we consider that it is removed the possibility of eventual judiciary errors.
But Matthew Pattison, of Holme Park Court in Berry Brow, decided to admit guilt to damaging a door handle and frame, which cost PS150 to repair.
Green didn't have to admit guilt or enter a no-contest plea, according to assistant city prosecutor David Meyers.
Though he did not admit guilt for the crimes for which he was convicted, the clemency request included a letter from Qatsav in which he apologizes in general if anyone was hurt by his actions.
based financial service firm did not admit guilt in that settlement.
I don't admit guilt, the accusation has not been proven, the origin of evidences is not clear, it is all far-fetched," Ospanov told in a courtroom.
Cunliffe must serve a minimum of 12 years, but could be in prison longer as he refuses to admit guilt.
We go through elaborate ruses and justifications but not admit guilt, even when we are guilty.
Vincent is one of the three players, including former Bangladesh captain Mohammad Ashraful and Sri Lankan spinner Kaushal Lokuarachchi, to admit guilt before a special hearing after nine players and officials were investigated by the Bangladesh Cricket Board's (BCB) three-member anti-corruption tribunal