Proved or found guilty; convicted.
A person proved guilty of a crime alleged against him; one legally convicted or sentenced to punishment for some crime.
A criminal sentenced to penal servitude.
To prove or find guilty of an offense or crime charged; to pronounce guilty, as by legal decision, or by one's conscience.
To prove or show to be false; to confute; to refute.
To demonstrate by proof or evidence; to prove.
As a verb, this means to find someone guilty of a crime through trial proceedings.
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To find guilty of a crime after a trial. (http://dictionary.law.com)
a person serving a sentence in a jail or prison
a person who has been convicted of a criminal offence
find or declare guilty; "The man was convicted of fraud and sentenced"
Somebody found guilty of a crime.
To find or prove (someone) guilty of an offense or crime, especially through the verdict of a court.
A man or woman under sentence of the law. Contemporaries seldom distinguished between a convict and an ex-convict, frequently refering to both as convict.
To prove guilty of an offence by the verdict of a judge or jury
to find one guilty of a criminal offense
A convict, often abbreviated to "con", is a person that has been convicted of a crime. Convicts often become prisoners after a conviction. Persons convicted and sentenced to non-custodial sentences usually are not termed "convicts."