n. 1) in legal terms accusation means officially charging you somebody with a crime either by indictment by a Grand Jury or filing costs by an area Attorney. 2) in lay terms any claim of wrongdoing by another individual.
The formal fee that is built in court in which you were bad of an offence that is punishable.
later 14c., from Old French acusacion or straight from Latin accusationem (nominative accusatio), noun of action from past participle stem of accusare (see accuse).
an official cost of wrongdoing brought against someone; the work of imputing blame or guilt
- an assertion that some body is responsible of a fault or offence
- The work of accusing or charging with a criminal activity or with a lighter offense.
- That of what type is accused; the cost of an offense or crime, or perhaps the declaration containing the fee.
(letter.) The act of accusing or charging with a crime or with a lighter offense.
- (n.) That of which one is accused; the charge of an offense or crime, or perhaps the statement containing the fee.
But they encountered much opposition and were even charged with heresy; when this accusation had been disposed of, there were still difficulties in the way of starting any new order.