Definition of Incriminating

1. Adjective. Charging or suggestive of guilt or blame. "Incriminatory testimony"




Definition of Incriminating

1. Adjective. Causing, showing, or proving that one is guilty of wrongdoing. ¹

2. Verb. (present participle of incriminate) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Incriminating

1. incriminate [v] - See also: incriminate

Lexicographical Neighbors of Incriminating

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incriminating (current term)
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incrust
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Literary usage of Incriminating

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Law of Interstate Commerce and Its Federal Regulation by Frederick Newton Judson (1912)
"It has also been materially amended and enforced by the acts of 1893, 1903, and 1906 concerning self incriminating testimony. § 345 (263). ..."

2. L. R. A. as Authorities: Including the Citations of Each Case as a Precedent by Lawyers' reports annotated, United States Supreme Court (1914)
"Cited in notes (26 LRA 418) on statutory exemption from prosecution as substitute for constitutional exemption from self-incriminating evidence; ..."

3. A Treatise on the Bankruptcy Law of the United States by Harold Remington (1915)
"It is that the purpose of the so-called immunity clause is to supplement the constitutional provision against compelling self-incriminating evidence, or, ..."

4. A Treatise on the Law of Criminal Evidence: Including the Rules Regulating by Harry Clay Underhill (1898)
"incriminating questions.—No witness can be required or compelled to answer a question, if, in the opinion of the court, it seems evident that to answer it ..."

5. A Brief for the Trial of Criminal Cases by Austin Abbott, William Constantine Beecher (1902)
"incriminating letters. The fact that an unanswered letter or other paper was found in the custody of the accused, which had not been acknowledged by him, ..."

6. Appletons' Annual Cyclopædia and Register of Important Events of the Year (1897)
"... with Alfred Beit, from the directorate of the Chartered Company on account of the incriminating telegrams produced in the Pretoria trial. ..."

7. United States Constitutional History and Law by Albert H. Putney (1908)
"incriminating evidence.-^No person can be compelled in a criminal case to furnish evidence against himself. This constitutional guarantee, like the ..."

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