Incrimination: n. creating a large implication of guilt in a crime(s) from a communication

Three reputable witnesses without prior grudges against the accused saying that you landed the first punch in an assault and battery case is incriminating evidence. 


If mentally stable, confessing to a crime in a court of law after taking an oath not to lie is also a form of selfincrimination with a large implication of guilt sufficient for conviction.

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