Definition of Indictability
1. Noun. The state of being liable to impeachment.
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Literary usage of Indictability
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Treatise on Criminal Procedure by Francis Wharton, James Manford Kerr (1918)
"1909. Other courts are limited to contempt in their presence; practice as to commissioners and notaries. § 1910. So as to legislatures. V. indictability OP ..."
2. A Treatise on Criminal Pleading and Practice by Francis Wharton (1889)
"It must specify the crime, aver its commission and indictability in the requiring State, and state that the party required is a fugitive.4 In any view, ..."
3. A Treatise on Criminal Law by Francis Wharton, William Draper Lewis (1896)
"It has been often said that at common law indictability and immorality are convertible terms.3 So far, however, Immoral from this being the case, ..."
4. Precedents of Indictments and Pleas: Adapted to the Use of Both of the by Francis Wharton (1881)
"indictability in such cases is based on the means constituting a common law ... In such cases, indictability is based on the fact that the conspiracy if ..."
5. Handbook of Criminal Law by William Lawrence Clark, William Ephraim Mikell (1915)
"... the proceeding is civil.88 indictability Not an Absolute Test Nor can the mere fact that a wrongful act renders one liable to indictment ..."
6. Handbook of Criminal Law by William Lawrence Clark, William Ephraim Mikell (1915)
"... the proceeding is civil.88 indictability Not an Absolute Test Nor can the mere fact that a wrongful act renders one liable to indictment in the name of ..."
7. Moral Law and Civil Law Parts of the Same Thing by Eli F. Ritter (1896)
"In Leiber on Penal Law, 2nd Lieber's Miscellaneous Works, 47i, the author says: " At common law, indictability and immorality are convertible terms. ..."