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Noun
/kənˈvikSHən/,
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convictions, plural;
  1. A formal declaration that someone is guilty of a criminal offense, made by the verdict of a jury or the decision of a judge in a court of law
    • - she had a previous conviction for a similar offense
  2. A firmly held belief or opinion
    • - his conviction that the death was no accident
    • - she takes pride in stating her political convictions
  3. The quality of showing that one is firmly convinced of what one believes or says
    • - his voice lacked conviction

  1. an unshakable belief in something without need for proof or evidence
  2. (criminal law) a final judgment of guilty in a criminal case and the punishment that is imposed; "the conviction came as no surprise"
  3. (convict) a person serving a sentence in a jail or prison
  4. (convict) find or declare guilty; "The man was convicted of fraud and sentenced"
  5. (convict) a person who has been convicted of a criminal offense
  6. Conviction is a British television crime drama that premiered on BBC Three on 7 November 2004. The six part series was written by Bill Gallagher (previously known for Clocking Off and Out of the Blue) and stars William Ash, David Warner, Ian Puleston-Davies, Reece Dinsdale, Nicholas Gleaves, ...
  7. Conviction is the name of Aiden's third studio album which was released August 21st, 2007 . It is the first of their releases to carry a Parental Advisory sticker although it is not the first to contain profanity. ...
  8. "Conviction" is the first episode of season 5 in the television show Angel, originally broadcast on the WB network. In this episode, Wolfram & Hart C.E.O. Angel and the rest of the group cope with their new, morally ambiguous lifestyle. ...
  9. Conviction is an upcoming drama film directed by Tony Goldwyn. It stars Hilary Swank as Betty Anne Waters and Sam Rockwell as Kenneth. The film is scheduled to premiere September 11, 2010, at the Toronto Film Festival and to be released in U.S. theaters on October 15, 2010.
  10. 'Conviction' is a novel published in 2004 by Richard North Patterson. The novel centers on the debate surrounding capital punishment.
  11. Conviction is a play by American playwright and feminist activist Eve Ensler. The play was performed at the 1999 Berkshire Theater Festival in Stockbridge, Mass. The story involves two sisters, one of whom has been in prison.
  12. A firmly held belief; A judgement of guilt in a court of law; The state of being found or proved guilty; The state of being convinced
  13. (convict) A person convicted of a crime by a judicial body; A person deported to a penal colony; A common name for the sheepshead (Archosargus probatocephalus), owing to its black and stripes; To find guilty as a result of legal proceedings, about of a crime informally, notably in a moral ...
  14. (Convictions) Entries on an individual's criminal records. In addition to affecting one's ability to get employment, some lenders may look at convictions when making a lending decision. ...
  15. (Convictions) Ideals, which you choose for yourself that continue to feel and be right despite any case given to the contrary.
  16. (CONVICT) Used as a verb, this means to find an accused person guilty. Used as a noun, it means a person serving a prison sentence. An alternative term, used in international criminal law, is convicted person.
  17. (Convict) Find a defendant guilty of the criminal charges against him
  18. (Convict) Guys who know the score, guys with a little something to them, guys with pride, guys that count in the scheme of things--guys that live up to the convict code, who aren't stool-pidgeons (informants), who are loyal to the code, whose word is good, who won't play false with other convicts.
  19. (convict) (v) açıqlarģa, bеtta açarģa
  20. (Convicted) To be found guilty of a criminal act.
  21. (convicted) found or proven to be guilty
  22. A judgment of guilt against a criminal defendant.
  23. An inner awareness of truth. "Then those who heard it, being convicted by their conscience, went out one by one, beginning with the oldest even to the last. And Jesus was left alone, and the woman standing in the midst" (John 8:9).
  24. The result of a criminal trial which ends in a judgment or sentence that the accused is guilty as charged.
  25. Conviction under the Highway Safety Code or any other legislation governing vehicular traffic, for an infraction such as, for example, failure in the duties of a driver involved in an accident; violation of the traffic rules pertaining to school buses.