Definition of indictable. Meaning of indictable. Synonyms of indictable

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Definition of indictable

Indictable
Indictable In*dict"a*ble, a. Capable of being, or liable to be, indicted; subject to indictment; as, an indictable offender or offense.

Meaning of indictable from wikipedia

- is a felony; jurisdictions that lack the concept of felonies often use that of an indictable offence —an offence that requires an indictment.
- in many common law jurisdiction s (e.g. ireland , canada , hong kong , india , australia , new zealand ), an indictable offence is an
- jurisdictions that can be proceeded against summarily, without the right to a jury trial and/or indictment (required for an indictable offence ).
- abolished the felony/misdemeanour distinction and replaced it with other distinctions, such as between indictable offence s and summary offence s.
- in new zealand , a crown prosecutor is a lawyer appointed to prosecute indictable offence s on behalf of the crown . structure
- or has just committed an indictable offence; or theft (whether the theft is a summary or indictable offence); or an offence against the
- hybrid offences can either be summary offence s (minor crimes) or indictable offence s (major crimes for most indictable offences, a
- fines, short custodial sentences. indictable offence s, on the other hand, are serious crimes (rape, murder); if an initial hearing at the
- for indictable criminal offences, it can be a trial court if an accused person elect s to have his or her trial in that court.
- where the offence is indictable the accused is brought before the justices either on arrest without warrant or on warrant or summons under