The right to self-determination.
To find or prove (someone) guilty of an offense or crime, especially by the verdict of a court.
A sentence of punishment by execution.
A test that can be done to fairly accurately determine the guilt or innocence of a person in a particular crime scene. Since DNA is unique to each person, experts can look to see if particular strips of DNA match.
To clear, as of an accusation; free from guilt or blame; exculpate.
A person who was at the scene of the crime and gives their story about what happened. Often, asked to testify and identify the perpetrator.
The study of evidence found at a crime scene. It is used in the courts to determine the innocence or guilt of those accused.
To imprison; confine.
A building for the confinement of persons held while awaiting trial, persons sentenced after conviction, etc.