culpatory

culpatory

(ˈkʌlpətərɪ)
adj
expressing blame
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As a result, these professionals reproduce these same concepts in their practical work, which translate into educational activities focused on pathology, which are both vertical and culpatory (21).
1) Moreover, as recently as April 2009, Phil Fontaine, the National Chief of Canada's Assembly of First Nations had an audience with Pope Benedict in the Vatican; there the Pope came very near himself to apologising (settling, in the end, for a less culpatory formulation: namely, a 'statement of reconcilation') for the Church's participation in various acts of cultural despoilation inflicted upon Native communities in Canada.
101) Seeking to deter the government by rewarding a criminal defendant with the windfall of excluding culpatory evidence treats him like "a private attorney general.