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Find Someone Guilty ( decide that one is guilty, after looking at the evidence ... )

"Find Someone Guilty"

Finding someone guilty is looking at the information (in a court of law) and deciding that person did that thing which he should not have done.

Example: "The judge found him guilty of murder."

Example: "After looking at all of the evidence, we the jury find you guilty."

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