convicting, present participle; convicted, past tense; convicts, 3rd person singular present; convicted, past participle;
Declare (someone) to be guilty of a criminal offense by the verdict of a jury or the decision of a judge in a court of law
her former boyfriend was convicted of assaulting her
a convicted murderer
A person found guilty of a criminal offense and serving a sentence of imprisonment
a person serving a sentence in a jail or prison
find or declare guilty; "The man was convicted of fraud and sentenced"
a person who has been convicted of a criminal offense
(conviction) an unshakable belief in something without need for proof or evidence
(conviction) (criminal law) a final judgment of guilty in a criminal case and the punishment that is imposed; "the conviction came as no surprise"
"The Convict" is the eleventh filmed and ninth aired episode of the third season of The Office (U.S. version). It aired on November 30, 2006 on NBC. It was written by Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant (creators of the original The Office) specifically for the U.S. series. ...
(Convicted (1931 film)) Convicted is a 1931 American film directed by Christy Cabanne.
(Convicted (film)) Convicted (1950) is an American crime film noir directed by Henry Levin and written by Seton I. Miller, Fred Niblo, Jr., and William Bowers, based on a play written by Martin Flavin. The drama features Glenn Ford, Broderick Crawford, among others.
(Conviction (2004 TV series)) Conviction is a British television crime drama that premiered on BBC Three on 7 November 2004. ...
(Conviction (album)) Conviction is the name of Aiden's third studio album which was released August 21st, 2007 . It is the first of their releases to carry a Parental Advisory sticker although it is not the first to contain profanity. ...
(Conviction (Angel)) "Conviction" is the first episode of season 5 in the television show Angel, originally broadcast on the WB network. In this episode, Wolfram & Hart C.E.O. Angel and the rest of the group cope with their new, morally ambiguous lifestyle. ...
A person convicted of a crime by a judicial body; A person deported to a penal colony; A common name for the sheepshead (Archosargus probatocephalus), owing to its black and stripes; To find guilty as a result of legal proceedings, about of a crime informally, notably in a moral sense; said ...
(conviction) A firmly held belief; A judgement of guilt in a court of law; The state of being found or proved guilty; The state of being convinced
(Convicted) To be found guilty of a criminal act.
(convicted) found or proven to be guilty
(Conviction) The act or process of judicially finding someone guilty of a crime.
(Conviction) The formal decision of a criminal trial which finds the accused guilty. It is the finding of a judge or jury, on behalf of the state, that a person has, beyond reasonable doubt, committed the crime for which he, or she, has been accused. ...
(Conviction) The result of a criminal trial which ends in a judgment or sentence that the accused is guilty as charged.
Conviction under the Highway Safety Code or any other legislation governing vehicular traffic, for an infraction such as, for example, failure in the duties of a driver involved in an accident; violation of the traffic rules pertaining to school buses.
(Conviction) in a criminal case, the determination by the court that an accused is guilty of an offence; the “conviction date” is when the accused was found guilty or convicted of the offence by the court and the sentencing of the accused may take place at that time or be adjourned to a later date;
(Conviction) The work of the Holy Spirit where a person is able to see himself as God sees him: guilty, defiled, and totally unable to save himself (John 16:8). Conviction of the Holy Spirit of an unbeliever reveals sinfulness and guilt and brings fear. ...
(conviction) A finding of guilt of an offense, following either a guilty plea or a trial verdict.
(CONVICTION) a judgment, based either on the verdict of a jury or a judicial officer or on the guilty plea of the defendant, that the defendant is guilty.
(CONVICTION) different from condemnation, in that it is God shining His light on areas of our heart that need change: such as wrong doings or sin (Acts 2:37; 16:29); strong belief.
(Conviction (Tom Swifty)) "I find you guilty!" said the judge with conviction.