In criminal law, guilt is the state of being responsible for the commission of an offense. Legal guilt is entirely externally defined by the state, or more generally a “court of law”. Being “guilty” of a criminal offense means that one has committed a violation of criminal law, or performed all the elements of the offense set out by a criminal statute.
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The head of defunct cryptocurrency exchange Mt. Gox has been found guilty of financial record tampering, but with a suspended ...