Definition of charge sheet in English:

charge sheet

Syllabification: charge sheet

noun

British
A record made in a police station of the charges against a person.
More example sentences
  • Lawyers said that submission of an interim charge sheet means the prosecutor expects more arrests and that police have not completed a full investigation.
  • And few commentators saw fit to recall that at Nuremberg the first count on the charge sheet against Nazi leaders was that of planning and waging aggressive war.
  • The motions submitted to the Trades Union Congress for discussion at the conference in September read like a charge sheet against the government.

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