Examples of indict in a Sentence
A grand jury is expected to indict him for murder.
the grand jury could indict the mayor for fraud and embezzlement
Recent Examples of indict from the Web
On Feb. 8, a federal grand jury indicted a Children's Village employee, Taylor Ray Freeman, on three charges of possessing and distributing child pornography.
Ambrose Obinna-Warrior was indicted earlier this week.
He was indicted in February on felony drug charges.
As my colleague David Graham wrote at the time, the size of the settlement, which came months after a Cleveland grand jury declined to indict Loehman, was unusually large.
Members of The Hooligans bikers club were indicted in the scheme.
And whatever remote chance there was that the crisis could be calmed by talking it out vanished when a federal grand jury in Miami indicted Noriega as a drug racketeer.
One lieutenant colonel in California hanged himself shortly after he was indicted.
A Sumter County mother and daughter were indicted by a federal grand jury Thursday for a scheme to defraud the IRS through their tax-preparation business.
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INDICT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of indict for English Language Learners
law : to formally decide that someone should be put on trial for a crime
INDICT Defined for Kids
Definition of indict for Students
: to formally charge with an offense or crime
Origin and Etymology of indict
alteration of earlier indite, from Anglo-French enditer, from Old French, to write down, ultimately from Latin indicere to proclaim, from in- toward + dicere to say
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