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Henry IV, Part III
      
"Suspicion Always Haunts the Guilty Mind; The Thief Doth Fear Each Bush an Officer."
Watch the Spongebob Squarepants episode "The Nasty Patty" for a humorous illustration of this quote.
David Merrill
   was played by Robert De Niro in   
Guilty by Suspicion (1991)
Mens Rea
   means   
Guilty Mind
343 Guilty Spark
   is the fictional computer in   
Halo
Video game character
I Shot the Sheriff
   has the lyric:   
They Say They Want to Bring Me in Guilty For the Killing of a Deputy,
Eric Clapton. Also Bob Marley.
Find Me Guilty (2006)
   starred   
Vin Diesel, Alex Rocco and Frank Pietrangolare
Director: Sidney Lumet
Guilty
   is an antonym of   
Innocent
Mens Rea
   is the legal term for   
A Guilty Mind
One of two necessary ingredients of a crime
Actus Reus
   is the legal term for   
A Guilty Act
A necessary ingredient for a crime to be committed.
Barbra Streisand and Barry Gibb
   recorded   
Guilty
Guilty Chinese Scholar Tree
   is found in   
China
The Emperor Chongzhen hung himself on this tree.
Bird in a Guilty Cage (1952)
   featured   
Tweety Pie
Also featuring Sylvester
Bird in a Guilty Cage (1952)
   featured   
Sylvester
Also featuring Tweety Pie
Guilty
   in Italian is   
Colpevole
Guilty As Hell (1932)
   starred   
Edmund Lowe, Victor McLaglen and Richard Arlen
Director: Erle C. Kenton. Also starred Adrienne Ames, Henry Stephenson & Ralph Ince
Guilty Hands (1931)
   starred   
Lionel Barrymore, Kay Francis and Madge Evans
Director: W. S. Van Dyke. Also starred William Bakewell, C. Aubrey Smith & Polly Moran. Plot: Richard Grant (Barrymore) is a lawyer who believes that murder under certain circumstances is justifiable.
Euphoria
   features   
Guilty
1999
Long Road Out Of Eden
   features   
Guilty of the Crime
2007
Guilty
   in Danish is   
Skyldig
Euripides
   said   
"Short is the Joy That Guilty Pleasure Brings."
Greek Tragic Dramatist
Acquittal
   is defined as   
A Decision of 'not Guilty'
A decision that a defendant in a criminal case is not guilty of a crime






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