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crime sheet

n
(Military) military a record of an individual's offences against regulations
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Turn inside for the detailed profiles and crime sheets of the masterminds and their associates.
The judge supplied to each of them their respective crime sheets. The judge briefed them on their right to appoint lawyers to defend them at the expense of the government if needed.
While the way he is perceived might be a little over the top, it's hardly surprising for a player who has one of the longest crime sheets in football.
And to make matters worse, we have seen this Government encourage the police to persecute and prosecute people of good character because it's easy and looks good on the crime sheets.
But he joins with one of the longest crime sheets in football.
Just look at the crime sheets of Wise, Gascoigne and Co - they're longer than that of the habitual house burglar doing time inside Winson Green.
The officer at the scene reports the burglary and returns to the station where he or she fills in a crime sheet. The crime sheets are then entered onto the database by a civilian operator, and not the individual who visited the scene of the crime.
Louis weekly Evening Whirl and the upstart Midnight X tra, and before it is all over with, the two weekly crime sheets could end up duking it out in a courtroom.
24 and 29 told the special court trying them that the charges listed in their crime sheets were true.
Despite the lengthy crime sheets, most of the trouble-makers are still roaming free on the streets.
They've done it with burglary and car thefts which barely register on the crime sheets any more because police don't have the money, the manpower or the will to catch the perpetrators.
However, many eyebrows have been raised at the decision to hand the Fair Play Award to the volatile Di Canio, who boasts one of soccer's longest crime sheets.