file charges

file charges

(against someone) Go to press charges (against someone).
See also: charge, file
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According to him, these events has happened in other countries as well, so he won't file charges against institutions.
Summary: The family of a woman who died following a boating accident vowed Thursday to file charges against the owner of the craft.
Summary: Indian police were expected on Monday to file charges against bookmakers, 13 years after a .
The PIO explained why the decision not to file charges against Lindsay took so many months.
Castagana was being held in a federal detention center pending an initial court appearance today, when prosecutors were expected to file charges.
On June 5, the police department decided not to file charges against Ramsey because, as they said to the Gwinnet Daily Post, "there was no overt violation of criminal law.
Next up: French Muslim groups plan to file charges against Italian journalist Orianna Fallaci for calling Muslims "a billion rats.
Eastern Associated said it felt compelled to file charges to prevent a further escalation of misconduct.
Women with pay and promotion discrimination charges against Wal-Mart can continue to file charges with the EEOC for claims that occurred within 300 days of the filing (180 days in the five states listed above).
Spokesman Ivo Kotevski demanded of citizens to file charges if they feel a danger from this paramilitary group.
DaSilva was released June 13 after prosecutors declined to file charges.
Later that day, Shreveport television station KTBS reported that the police "said they would not file charges against the homeowner, concluding the shooting was justified.
We believe it is time for those sworn to uphold the law in California - the state Attorney General and local district attorneys - to file charges against the Mayor and other city officials for this deliberate and flagrant disregard of existing state law.
USC quarterback Mark Sanchez attended his first workout today since his interim suspension was lifted by student affairs and the district attorney's office decided not to file charges.
They "begged the priest not to file charges against them," but Father Nobleza declined the request, saying only God could forgive them, and declaring, "they should rot in jail for the things they have done.