[ UK /ɪndˈɪktəbə‍l/ ]
  1. liable to be accused, or cause for such liability
    an indictable offense
    the suspect was chargeable
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How To Use indictable In A Sentence

  • For an indictable offence, there is no formal time limit for the commencement of a prosecution.
  • (d) to otherwise restrain or injure competition unduly, is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding five years or to a fine not exceeding ten million dollars or to both 2009 September : Law is Cool
  • They've got power to arrest people, this is without warrant, who they believe on reasonable grounds have committed serious indictable offences.
  • In Australia, our serious crimes are called indictable offences, but that term can also include shoplifting.
  • That murder is indictable under our laws, just like that murder on the cruise ship, Achille Lauro.
  • This section applies if a court finds an adult guilty of an indictable offence.
  • The person has committed an indictable offence.
  • The Part II suspect regime allows for blood samples to be obtained from those suspected of committing an indictable offence.
  • All enactments and rules of law relating to procedure in connection with indictable offences shall continue to have effect in relation to proceedings in the Crown Court.
  • an indictable offense
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