find against (someone or something)(redirected from found against)
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find against (someone or something)
To declare that someone or something is guilty, as in a courtroom. I'm glad to hear that the jury found against the defendants—there was more than enough evidence to prove their guilt.
find against someone or something
[for a jury or a judge] to announce a decision against one side of a lawsuit. The jury found against the defendant, who was a horrible witness. The court found against the corporation and levied a fine.
To decide that someone or something is guilty, as in a court of law: The jury found against the defendants.