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Allegation

In law, a claim that a party to a proceeding makes and states that he/she is able to prove. For example, one may allege in a lawsuit that another party has committed fraud. If the second party is found liable for fraud, one is said to have proven one's allegation.
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Later, the six people allegedly raped her one by one and threatened her with dire consequences on lodging a case.
In an attempt to protect themselves, the police officials allegedly tried to bury the victim's corpse by claiming that he did not have any family.
When defendants Sayee and Garduor allegedly declared victim Kamara rogue and arrested him at 4 O'clock, police say Cllr.
In Malabon, eight drug suspects were collared for allegedly smoking vape with marijuana oil.
The Kulai MP reminded principles and state officers to act accordingly on any of their staff who have allegedly committed such offences by transferring them out.
ISLAMABAD -- Local lad caught from allegedly trying to smuggle gold from United Kingdom
A brigadier general who allegedly pistol-whipped a man on the street for staring at him is behind bars after being charged with intentional violence on Saturday.
According to a statement by ICPC's spokesperson, Mrs Rasheedat Okoduwa, a copy of which was made available to the Nigerian Tribune in Abuja, on Thursday, 'the evidence before the commission so far indicated that Senator Jang allegedly committed the offences in March 2015'.
Police Special Investigation Unit (SIU) arrested a former Additional Secretary and an Accountant of the Presidential Secretariat in connection with allegedly misappropriating state funds amounting to Rs.
Rawalpindi -- Two girls were allegedly kidnapped by unidentified persons in two separate incidents with Saddar Baironi police station.
A CIVIL servant and his family were allegedly abused in by a group of four drunk youths who also tried to make a video of his wife on Wednesday night.
SPRINGFIELD - An 84-year-old Springfield man has allegedly confessed to sexual crimes against a girl known to him and now awaits extradition to Monterey County, Calif.