Guiltiness [noun]

Definition of Guiltiness:

secret understanding, often with intent to defraud

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Anderson-Agimuk has pleaded not guilty to sexually assaulting the 11-year-old.

No surprise to anyone following the trial, he found Microsoft guilty of violating the Sherman Antitrust Act and ordered a controversial breakup of the company.

Duncan Hunter’s resignation in January — after pleading guilty to conspiracy to misuse campaign funds — opened the floodgates for Republicans.

In the end, both pleaded guilty to some charges and the unlawful assembly charges were dropped, according to the district attorney’s office.

After months of pandemic living, we still find it hard to enjoy our meals without feeling guilty, especially when faced with an excess of our own making.

Prosecutors had insisted Kerwin serve 18 months in exchange for a guilty plea, Kerwin said she was told by Letourneau.

“Nobody told me that when I pleaded guilty I wouldn’t be able to vote, I wouldn’t be able to get a job,” she said.

Two have entered guilty pleas, and three traders and a former JPMorgan salesman are awaiting trial.

Unit in a tweet said Biran did not pled guilty to the charge and added her lawyer plans to appeal the verdict.

In court filings, the clinic cited the guilty plea as evidence that Aaron Hayward was lawfully arrested and that his constitutional rights were not violated.