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
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A federal grand jury has indicted an Odenville man for being in possession of a pipe bond.
In the 1980s, the Vatican refused to cooperate with Italian investigators when one of its officials, Archbishop Paul C. Marcinkus, was indicted over a banking scandal.
When he was indicted for bribery, in 1969, his lawyer suffered a heart attack near the end of the trial.
Three officers involved in the fatal shooting of Chicago teen Laquan McDonald were indicted on Tuesday.
One of the three suspects indicted in San Diego federal court is Anna Baker, daughter of former Lemon Grove Mayor Mary Sessom.
The white suspect was indicted on federal hate crime charges.
On June 22, the U.S. Attorney's Office indicted Marq Victor Perez, 25, of Victoria, Texas, for a hate crime against the Victoria Islamic Center.
A mere fifteen days after the experienced forger was released from prison, the Manhattan District Attorney has indicted him, along with Marco Saverino and Paul Motta, for resuming the same plot that originally put Lopreto behind bars.
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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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