incrimination

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İngilizce - Türkçe
suçlama
suçlu çıkarma
(isim) suçlama
incriminate
suçlamak
incriminate
suçlu olduğunu göstermek
incriminate
suçla

Sami kendini suçlamadı. - Sami didn't incriminate himself.

self incrimination
kendi kendini suçlama
incriminate
{f} suçlu çıkarmak
incriminate
{f} suçu yüklemek
incriminate
(Kanun) suç isnad etmek
İngilizce - İngilizce
The act of incriminating someone; accusation
an accusation that you are responsible for some lapse or misdeed; "his incrimination was based on my testimony"; "the police laid the blame on on the driver"
{i} act of charging someone with a crime, accusation, implication
The act of incriminating; crimination
self-incrimination
giving testimony, in a trial, that would incriminate oneself
freedom from self-incrimination
the civil right (guaranteed by the 5th amendment to the United States Constitution) to refuse to answer questions or otherwise give testimony against yourself
incriminate
To hold another or oneself responsible for criminal misconduct
incriminate
suggest that someone is guilty
incriminate
If something incriminates you, it suggests that you are responsible for something bad, especially a crime. He claimed that the drugs had been planted to incriminate him They are afraid of incriminating themselves and say no more than is necessary. + incriminating in·crimi·nat·ing Police had reportedly searched his flat and found incriminating evidence. to make someone seem guilty of a crime incriminate yourself (past participle of incriminare, from crimen; CRIME)
incriminate
{f} accuse of a crime, implicate, charge
incriminate
To hold another, or oneself, responsible for criminal misconduct; to involve someone, or oneself, in an accusation of a crime
incriminate
To indicate the guilt of
incriminate
To hold or charge someone with involvement in a crime
incriminate
To accuse; to charge with a crime or fault; to criminate
incriminate
bring an accusation against; level a charge against; "He charged the man with spousal abuse"
incriminate
To accuse or bring criminal charges against
self-incrimination
In criminal law, the giving of evidence that might tend to expose the witness to punishment for a crime. The term is generally used in relation to the privilege of refusing to give such evidence. In some continental European countries (e.g., Germany), a person fearing self-incrimination may make his own decision as to whether or not he will testify. In Anglo-American practice, a person other than an accused cannot refuse to testify; he may only cite his privilege against self-incrimination, and the judge then decides whether he must testify. If required to testify, he must answer all questions except those he considers to be self-incriminating. The Fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution contains a provision that protects a person from being compelled to make self-incriminating statements, one intention being to prevent coercion of testimony. See also rights of the accused; exclusionary rule
self-incrimination
an accusation that incriminates yourself
incrimination

    Heceleme

    in·cri·mi·na·tion

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    înkrîmıneyşın

    Telaffuz

    /ənˌkrəməˈnāsʜən/ /ɪnˌkrɪməˈneɪʃən/

    Etimoloji

    [ in-'kri-m&-"nAt ] (transitive verb.) circa 1736. Late Latin incriminatus, past participle of incriminare, from Latin in- + crimin-, crimen crime.

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