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Inculpate

To accuse; to involve in blame or guilt.

When an individual who has committed a crime imputes guilt upon another individual, he or she is thereby inculpating such individual.

inculpate

verb accuse, arraign, blame, bring to jussice, charge, cite, criminate, impeach, implead, implicate, imply guilt, impute, incriminate, indict, institute proceeddngs, involve in blame, lodge a complaint, press charges, prosecute, recriminate
See also: accuse, arraign, betray, blame, charge, complain, condemn, confess, denigrate, denounce, deprecate, impeach, implicate, incriminate, indict, inform, involve, lodge, reproach

TO INCULPATE. To accuse one of a crime or misdemeanor.

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Raskin used a two-step process in case confirmation where there was a confession that inculpated or exculpated the examinee, and there was independent physical evidence consistent with the confession.
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Suleri finds, upon reading the trial of Warren Hastings, that Hastings' accusers were rhetorically compelled to differentiate their own legal authority from Hastings' pernicious use of colonial power to ill effect; else the colonial enterprise itself would have been inculpated in Hastings' apparent irrationality.
19) Being legally prevented from participating in politics means, if one accepts Aksakov's premises, that the people in an autocratic regime are therefore not inculpated in the inevitable sins of authority.
Ramos, wherein counsel for the defendant on the charge under investigation had specifically instructed the defendant not to answer any questions about unrelated matters, and where despite that instruction, the defendant inculpated himself on an unrelated matter.
To give an example: if in fact a person exclupated by DNA testing but inculpated by other evidence will only be exonerated if the state can identify an actual perpetrator (as in the Daryl Hunt case detailed in the book (Krimsky & Simoncelli, pp.
The requisite reason to know that a waiver might be inferred should be found only if the witness' prior statements were (a) "testimonial," meaning that they were voluntarily made under oath in the context of the same judicial proceeding, and (b ) "incriminating," meaning that they did not merely deal with matters "collateral" to the events surrounding commission of the crime, but directly inculpated the witness on the charges at issue (id) (internal citations omitted) (Klein v Harris, 667 F2d at 288).
See generally Garrett, Judging Innocence, supra note 3, at 71-72 (2008) (describing a "DNA confirmation group" of sixty-three individuals who had been inculpated by postconviction DNA testing).
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