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- adj. Causing, showing, or proving that one is guilty of wrongdoing.
- v. Present participle of incriminate.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. charging or suggestive of guilt or blame.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. charging or suggestive of guilt or blame
Now, what the judge was ruling this day was whether the police, the new what they describe as incriminating evidence that they have against both the Kalpoe brothers and Joran van der Sloot, whether that was enough to continue to hold the men behind bars while the investigation continues.
The prosecutors announced last week that they have new what they describe as incriminating evidence not only against van der Sloot, but against two other people, the Kalpoe brothers, Satish and Deepak Kalpoe.
Western envoys believe the U.N. agency's findings -- which they describe as incriminating for Iran -- will help turn up the heat on the Islamic Republic to curb its sensitive nuclear work and finally address international concerns about its aims.
Letterman showed what he called an "incriminating" photo of Huntsman's band, Wizard, on his CBS show Wednesday night.
But the Strasbourg-based official concluded that the agency had what he calls incriminating language in its letters.
Texas law does not require that such an indictment contain incriminating evidence.
TOOBIN: You know, I think the word incriminating is not really the right term here.
Leo found that when detectives actually attempted to gain incriminating information, their techniques yielded a partial admission or full confession more than three-fourths of the time. 83 He hypothesized that this level of success would be similar in departments where similar tech-niques are in use. 84 While their precise effectiveness in the terrorism context has not been evaluated systematically, the methods used in American police departments are very similar to those experienced with interrogationboth in the U.S. and abroad assert to bet he most effective.
There are even double standards in incriminating evidence.)
UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: They ` re reporting that Dr. Conrad Murray made what they ` re calling incriminating statements to authorities when he was interviewed just a few days after Michael Jackson died.