- v. Simple past tense and past participle of arraign.
“She hasn ` t been arraigned, meaning formally charged yet.”
“By then Saddam and eleven others had been "arraigned" on television in improvised proceedings of dubious meaning, which backfired politically when Saddam visibly summoned his powers of command and began to dominate the show.”
“The police arraigned him on a count of making a threat of terrorism.”
“They were arraigned upon Monday as well as a box was sent to a grand jury, which began reviewing justification upon Thursday, according to a orator for a Suffolk County district attorneys office.”
“During the proceedings, two attorneys represented the accused, who were arraigned in two groups of four.”
“ISTANBUL — A Turkish court on Friday arraigned an al Qaeda suspect found with software designed to help shoot down surveillance drones in Afghanistan, according to state-run newswire Anadolu Ajansi.”
“Handing down the legal equivalent of a rap on the knuckles, Judge Teare said the public might see his compassion as "impossibly lenient", but explained he had been swung by the moral standing of those arraigned before him, as set out by counsel of the defence in mitigation.”
“I was arraigned the very next morning and released on a personal.”
“Loughner will be arraigned on the new charges at tomorrow's hearing.”
“Frazetta was arraigned and sent to the Monroe County jail.”
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