Definition of Indictees

1. Noun. (plural of indictee) ¹



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Definition of Indictees

1. indictee [n] - See also: indictee

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Indictees

indicavit
indicavits
indices
indicia
indicial
indicias
indicible
indicium
indiciums
indicolite
indict
indictability
indictable
indicted
indictee
indictees (current term)
indicter
indicters
indicting
indiction
indictions
indictive
indictment
indictments
indictor
indictors
indicts
indie
indies
indietronica

Literary usage of Indictees

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

1. A Treatise on the System of Evidence in Trials at Common Law: Including the by John Henry Wigmore (1905)
"Same :' Co-indictees and Co-defendants. § 2245. Statutory Abolition, Express or Implied. § 2227. History of the Privilege. The history of the privilege not ..."

2. Country Reports on Human Rights Practices for 1997: Hearing Before the by DIANE Publishing Company (2000)
"We are very pleased that 10 Croatian indictees surrendered to the Tribunal, in part due to strong efforts by US officials, and that SFOR troops, including, ..."

3. OSCE Meeting on Human Dimension Issues (1997) edited by Michael R. Hathaway (1998)
"Belgrade needs to hear the same message that the indictees, including the 20 now in custody, have heard: There is no way out. If Serbia and Montenegro seek ..."

4. A New Treatise on the Laws Concerning Tithes: Containing All the Statutes by Timothy Cunningham (1766)
"... that by malice do " procure fuch indictments, and to be the fame " indictors, after the fame indictees be fo acquit- " ted ; fuch procurers mall ..."

5. Human Rights Watch World Report 1998 by Human Rights Watch Staff (1997)
"Most of the persons indicted by the ICTY were still at large during 1997, and local authorities who are primarily responsible for arresting the indictees, ..."

6. The Law of Tythes by John Paul (1807)
"and indictees, and duly to pur.iih them according to . " their defert." '' the parties their damages, ..."

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