Category:American criminals

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For inclusion in this category, a person must either

  • have
  • not received a subsequent full pardon, seal/expungement of conviction, or appellate vacation or reversal of conviction for


  • have committed with unambiguous verifiability (as demonstrated by, e.g., having made a confession whose validity is undisputed) but, for reasons other than insufficiency of proof (e.g., having died while committing the crime according to evidence not reasonably disputable or while both being a fugitive from justice during trial or appeal and not actively disputing guilt),
not have been convicted of

at least one noteworthy offense that would, if committed today, fit the common-law definition of a felony, namely its being punishable by death and/or by imprisonment for more than one year, under the law of the U.S. state or federal jurisdiction imposing the conviction.

Articles should be placed into each subcategory that applies.


This category has the following 22 subcategories, out of 22 total.

Pages in category "American criminals"

The following 198 pages are in this category, out of 198 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).

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