Convict [noun]

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If convicted, Silento could be sentenced to a maximum of six years in prison.

Dongfan “Greg” Chun, the first person convicted under the Economic Espionage Act, is sentenced to 15 years in prison.

Raniere has since been convicted on felony sex trafficking, wire fraud, and other charges.

Legal scholar Jennifer Taub tracks how we got here—from post-Enron failure of prosecutorial muscle to the growth of “too big to jail” syndrome—and pose solutions that can help catch and convict offenders.

All 16 involved were convicted, and the ringleaders received death sentences.

Weary of the day's routine, I welcome the solitude of the cell, impatient even of the greeting of the passing convict.

While a jury might refuse to convict on circumstantial evidence a detective is not so deterred.

It is hard to forgive an inferior for the wrong which he may convict us with; hence he grew heated as his daughter cooled.

For six long months a court of inquiry sat, but it could not get evidence enough to convict a single man.

At the dinner hour Schiller left my fare to the convict Kunda, who brought me some water, while Schiller stood outside.