finding of guilt

finding of guilt

noun adjudication, award, censure, condemnation, conviction, conviction of guilt, criminal conniction, decision, decree, decrial, denunciation, judgment, judgment of guilt, pronouncement, ruling, sentence, unfavorable verdict, verdict
See also: condemnation, punishment
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Mrs Begley, then aged 29, said she was suspended from duty in February 1999 and following the finding of guilt was dismissed from the force.
This ruling is in no way a finding of guilt, and we look forward to our opportunity to demonstrate that O'Charley's follows fair employment practices and participates actively with organizations that promote equal opportunities for minorities.
But board members had reservations about the second proposal, which Suskauer said would change Bar member profiles to "Member in Good Standing/Disciplinary Action Pending" after a referee makes a finding of guilt or a consent judgment has been signed.
In a written reply, Mr McDowell said: "No finding of guilt was ever made and, accordingly, the question of exoneration does not arise.
The statement from the group said, 'Thus did the Commissioner not only make a general finding of guilt against John Owen, outside his terms of reference and powers, but he also implicated others in negligence and vicarious liability establishing grounds for his accusers to sue for compensation.
After a finding of guilt in youth court, the Crown may apply for the court to endorse the information or indictment that the offence is a "serious violent offence".
He said: 'Whether it was one finding of guilt or 20 it means Dr Green is losing his profession, his liberty and his ability to earn and support his family.
Double added: "He was warned that another finding of guilt in connection with drugs would risk a permanent ban from the game.
2 in 2007 after the Bar filed with the court a notice of finding of guilt in the criminal matter.
BOSTON, May 11 /PRNewswire/ -- A Dorchester man was sentenced today in federal court to a term of imprisonment after an earlier jury trial resulted in a finding of guilt on charges of unlawful possession of a firearm and ammunition and possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine and marijuana.
Lord Justice Kay said it was now argued that E's prosecution and finding of guilt were discriminatory and breached his human rights because the law 'criminalises a boy under 16 and not the girl in relation to an act of consensual sexual intercourse'.