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The legal definition of convicted is one whom a court has officially determined is guilty of a criminal offense. That determination is made at the conclusion of a criminal prosecution or after the entry of a plea of guilty.

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โˆ™ 2011-08-30 22:56:29

1 : to find or prove to be guilty

2 : to convince of error or sinfulness

3 : a person on which crime proved or a person who declare his crime called convicted

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