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INDICTED, practice. When a man is accused by a bill of indictment preferred by a grand jury, he is said to be indicted.

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The two others indicted were whistleblowers Edwin Roberto and Leizel de Leon.
If indicted, Ghosn's defence team will again request that he be released on bail.
After initially reserving its verdict, the court rejected their petitions over which second lawyer from Nawaz Sharif's legal team, Ayesha Hamid, filed an application seeking a delay in his indictment.Subsequently, the court indicted them but the accused denied all allegations, terming them as baseless and false.
Former Democratic Party of Japan chief Ichiro Ozawa was indicted Monday over accounting irregularities linked to his political funds management body Rikuzankai.
Kolubah that were arrested in the week leading to the June 7 peaceful protest, five persons along with the lawmaker have been indicted for alleged aggravated assault, criminal attempt to commit murder, kidnapping and criminal facilitation/solicitation.
Lahore -- An accountability court on Monday indicted Pakistan Muslim League-N President Shahbaz Sharif and nine others in the Ashiana Iqbal Housing scam case.
Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshito Sengoku suggested Sunday that Ichiro Ozawa, a heavyweight in the Democratic Party of Japan, should leave the ruling party after he is indicted over accounting irregularities next month.
If Attorney General Menahem Mazuz "decides to indict me after hearing me out, I will step down (as foreign minister) and within the next four or five months I will quit as a member of parliament," he told journalists.
A former president of Meat Hope Co., a meat packer based in Tomakomai, Hokkaido, was indicted Wednesday over false labeling of meat products, the Hokkaido District Public Prosecutors Office said.
The police said it is suitable to indict the two as they have confirmed their negligence through investigation.
were indicted for allegedly accepting bribes, carrying out acts "incompatible" with their duties, abusing military power and forming "a gang" that committed fraud against a