Accused

Accused or The Accused may refer to:

  • A person charged with a criminal offense, or the state of being so charged; see indictment
    • Suspect, a known person suspected of committing a crime
Music
  • The Accüsed, a 1980s Seattle crossover thrash band
Film
  • Accused (film), a 1936 film starring Googie Withers
  • Accused (1964 film) (Obžalovaný), a 1964 Czechoslovakian film directed by Ján Kadár and Elmar Klos
  • The Accused (1949 film), a film starring Loretta Young and Robert Cummings
  • The Accused (1960 film), an Argentine crime drama
  • The Accused (1988 film), a film starring Jodie Foster and Kelly McGillis
  • The Accused (Hallmark), a 1953 episode of the Hallmark Hall of Fame
Television
  • Accused (1958 TV series), a courtroom drama television series
  • Accused (TV series), a 2010 British television series created by Jimmy McGovern
  • "Accused", an episode of the TV series In the Heat of the Night
Theater
  • The Accused (play), a play by Jeffrey Archer

Other articles related to "accused":

Abdul Majid Giaka - Lockerbie Trial
... In July 1991, he added the information that the other accused Libyan, Lamin Khalifah Fhimah, was the custodian of these explosives ... brown Samsonite type suitcase which he took through Customs, that then he met the two accused who were accompanied by two other people one of whom was introduced to him by the first accused as Abougela ... evidence established that the date of delivery of the second accused’s car was 14 December 1988, it follows that if Giaka’s story is true this incident must have occurred on 20 December 1988 ...
Confession (law) - Worldwide - England and Wales - Statements Made in The Presence of The Accused
... Under the common law, where a statement is made in the presence of the accused, by a person with whom the accused is on even terms, upon an occasion which should be expected ...
Nicholas Brembre - Charges of Corruption and Tyranny
... In these he is accused of tyrannous conduct during his mayoralty of 1383–4, especially of beheading the cordwainer Constantyn for the riot in Cheapside, and of securing his re-election in 1384 by ... of a charge of treason and though Thomas of Woodstock, Duke of Gloucester and the opposition accused him of plotting in favour of Suffolk (the chancellor), who was impeached in the parliament of 1386, and of ... Richard in London in his struggle for absolute power, but was again accused by Gloucester and the opposition of inciting the mayor and citizens ...
Duke V. The Queen
... The accused in the case was charged with drunk driving contrary to the Criminal Code of Canada after having been taken to a police station and given a breathalyzer ... While the breathalyzer test results were given to the accused's lawyer, the breath sample itself was not ... This raised the concern as to whether the accused would be able to have a full defence, as is expected under common law rules of natural justice ...
Agartala Conspiracy Case - The Trials
... Pakistan decided to try the accused under the court martial since a lot of the accused involved military personnel ... Hence, only 35 were finally accused ... The accused were then moved from Dhaka Central Jail to the secured borders of the Dhaka Cantonment ...

Famous quotes containing the word accused:

    When Catholicism goes bad it becomes the world-old, world-wide religio of amulets and holy places and priestcraft. Protestantism, in its corresponding decay, becomes a vague mist of ethical platitudes. Catholicism is accused of being too much like all the other religions; Protestantism of being insufficiently like a religion at all. Hence Plato, with his transcendent Forms, is the doctor of Protestants; Aristotle, with his immanent Forms, the doctor of Catholics.
    —C.S. (Clive Staples)

    A novel is a mirror carried along a high road. At one moment it reflects to your vision the azure skies at another the mire of the puddles at your feet. And the man who carries this mirror in his pack will be accused by you of being immoral! His mirror shews [sic] the mire, and you blame the mirror! Rather blame that high road upon which the puddle lies, still more the inspector of roads who allows the water to gather and the puddle to form.
    Stendhal [Marie Henri Beyle] (1783–1842)