unconvicted

unconvicted

(ˌʌnkənˈvɪktɪd)
adj
not convicted
References in classic literature ?
By the time this had been again exchanged for a conditional pardon (which allowed me to go about where I pleased in Australia, and to trade in my own name like any unconvicted merchant) our house-property had increased enormously, our land had been sold for public buildings, and we had shares in the famous Emancipist's Bank, which produced quite a little income of themselves.
A Home Office review published in February 2017 concluded that unconvicted individuals should have the right to apply for the deletion of their custody image from all police systems.
At Teesside Magistrates' Court the previously unconvicted teenager managed to dodge a football ground ban for his antics in the August 12 game, which saw Boro and Sheffield fans clash.
cc/QQN9-2W69] (finding that there are 451,000 unconvicted defendants in local jails at any one time).
Called in to investigate a series of brutal murders of unconvicted paedophiles, Staffe finds himself pushed to the edge.
Dark Heart focuses on the investigation into the murder of unconvicted paedophiles.
Point prevalence of mental disorder in unconvicted male prisoners in England and Wales.
Heaney identified four key differences between the Williams regime and that of binding Guidelines: first, that offender rehabilitation, the primary goal of sentencing in the Williams era, was no longer a major sentencing consideration; second, that the Guidelines' real-time sentencing rules have replaced the old indeterminate sentencing regime in which parole played a major role in sentence length; third, that the sentencing judge's decision to rely on unconvicted conduct, discretionary in the Williams era, was mandatory under the binding Guidelines regime; and finally, that the binding Guidelines specify a fixed weight to be given to the sentence-enhancing facts the judge finds.
Or, that unconvicted prisoners still due to be sentenced in court would be transferred to a facility 100 miles away (HMIP, 2009k: 60).
Accused persons shall, save in exceptional circumstances, be segregated from convicted persons, and shall be subject to separate treatment appropriate to their status as unconvicted persons.
Some fraction d of these unconvicted criminals die, are killed, retire, or move to a different jurisdiction.