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A Bill was likewise found against the _Players_ of the other House, in the Term abovementioned, for the following Expressions; but the Indictement being wrong laid, they were acquitted: but they were Indicted the Term following for the same, which Indictment is not yet tried.
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The following Expressions are transcribed out of the Plays that have been Acted and Printed since they were Indicted for the horrid Passages above-recited.
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The evidence against the prisoners was in good shape; they were indicted, and the trial date would soon be set.
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He is liable to impeachment for high crimes and misdemeanors, and on due conviction to removal from office and perpetual disqualification; and notwithstanding such conviction, he may also be indicted and punished according to law.
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Moreover, the world was subject to him by the Law for the reason that, according to the command of the Law, all are indicted, and yet, by the works of the Law, no one is justified, i.e., because, by the Law, sin is perceived, but guilt is not discharged.
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My lord, he stands indicted for a purse; He hath been tried, the jury is together.
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The grand jury presently indicted Luigi for murder in the first degree, and Angelo as accessory before the fact.
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Some time after this a student was indicted for profane swearing; he was tried, convicted, and punished.
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At one time (about 1855) he was in attendance upon court at the little town of Clinton, Ill., and one of the cases on the docket was where fifteen women from a neighboring village were defendants, they having been indicted for trespass.
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Xanthippus, the head of one of the first families in Athens, indicted him before the supreme popular tribunal for the capital offence of having deceived the people.
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As they brought in this verdict, all the children began to shriek and scream, until the court committed the monstrous wrong of causing her to be indicted anew.
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It turned out that he was one of Chief Burke's minions, and Gillis was presently indicted on a charge of assault with intent to kill.
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Yes, you certainly have cause to dread him; but even if you should be indicted, you have twelve human hearts full of compassion to appeal to-and I can't think it possible a jury of sane men could look at you and condemn you.
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She is indicted for murder, robbery and the destruction of her grandfather's will.
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Hammond, too, was afterward removed from office, and indicted in part for this transaction.
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I remember”, he says, “at a trial in Kent, where Sir George Rooke was indicted for calling a gentleman ‘knave’ and ‘villain’, the lawyer for the defendant brought off his client by alleging that the words were not injurious; for ‘knave’ in the old and true signification imported only a servant{224}; and ‘villain’ in Latin is villicus, which is no more than a man employed in country labour, or rather a baily”.
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The United States grand jury sitting in Detroit indicted Kaltschmidt and his fellow conspirators upon the following counts: "To blow up the factory of the Peabody's Company, Limited, at Walkerville, Ontario, ... engaged in manufacturing uniforms, clothing and military supplies ...
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Dr. Herbert Kienzle and Max Breitung, who assisted Fay in procuring explosives, were indicted on the same charge.
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Theobald himself was hesitant about including it lest he be indicted for pedantry, but was encouraged to do so by Warburton, who later scoffed at what he had originally admired.
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Terry was indicted for his duel with Broderick, as it came in conflict with the State laws.
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Examples of Indicted

Example #1
In the Humour of the Age. 'Marriage, that was only contriv'd for the meaner Rank; tell me of Marriage, commend me to a Whore. 'Every serious Thought, was so much Time lost.
Example #2
Nay, his Salvation is a Looking-Glass, for there he finds his eternal Happiness, Surly's Heaven, at least his Priest is his Claret-Glass, for to that he confesses all his Sins, and from it receives Absolution and Comfort.
Example #3
In the Comedy call'd, 'The False Friend. 1702'.
Example #4
But his Damnation is a Looking-Glass, for there he finds an eternal Fire in his Nose.
Example #5
They had hired competent lawyers and were preparing for a desperate fight.
Example #6
After his enforced idleness Blake was keen to resume his task, yet there was little for him to do save study the one big problem which lay at the root of the whole matter.