Some articles on convicted:
... Convicted of murdering the family for whom he was working as a farm-hand. 2 Joseph Burns 17 Jun 1848, Auckland Convicted of murdering a naval officer Lt Snow and his family at Devonport Naval Base in order to rob them. 3 Maroro 19 Apr 1849, Wellington Convicted of murdering a man and his children in a fit of rage at a previous conviction for theft — he denied having any particular connection to his ...
... The petioner, Leanapapa Laki, was also convicted of ten counts of bribery. 4, Mulitalo Vui Siafausa was convicted of bribery after making a gift of fine mats to a village outside his constuency ... Party leader Su'a Rimoni Ah Chong was also convicted of bribery for giving someone money and a television set ...
... his father, Lorenzo Gilyard (February 24, 1927 – October 24, 1999) was convicted of rape in 1970, his brother Darryl E ... (also Daryle E.) (born February 12, 1953) was convicted of a drug-related murder in 1989 and sentenced to life without parole, and his sister, Patricia D ... Dixon (born July 20, 1958), a prostitute, was convicted of the murder of a customer in 1983 and served a 10-year sentence ...
1979) and Jan Helge Andersen (born 17 January 1981) were arrested and were convicted of the murders in 2002 ... Kristiansen was convicted of both murders and of raping both girls, and sentenced to 21 years in prison (containment, see below) ... Andersen was convicted of the murder of Sørstrønen, but acquitted of the murder of Paulsen ...
... Birns was convicted of car theft in 1925, for which he served 18 months in the Mansfield Reformatory ... At the age of 19, Birns was convicted of auto theft and served two years in prison ... In 1933, he was convicted of bribery, served 60 days and paid a $500 fine ...
Famous quotes containing the word convicted:
“I ask whether the mere eating of human flesh so very far exceeds in barbarity that custom which only a few years since was practised in enlightened England:Ma convicted traitor, perhaps a man found guilty of honesty, patriotism, and suchlike heinous crimes, had his head lopped off with a huge axe, his bowels dragged out and thrown into a fire; while his body, carved into four quarters, was with his head exposed upon pikes, and permitted to rot and fester among the public haunts of men!”
—Herman Melville (18191891)
“Should the conflagration climb,
Run till all the sages know.
We the great gazebo built,
They convicted us of guilt;
Bid me strike a match and blow.”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)
“The variables of quantification, something, nothing, everything, range over our whole ontology, whatever it may be; and we are convicted of a particular ontological presupposition if, and only if, the alleged presuppositum has to be reckoned among the entities over which our variables range in order to render one of our affirmations true.”
—Willard Van Orman Quine (b. 1908)