These wicked men, thirsting for my blood, had no right to make me criminate myself or my coadjutors.
I do not extenuate my own offences, but I will not criminate others.
Just speak up the truth; but you are not forced to say anything to criminate yourself.
And wotever you do don't say nothing to criminate yourself.'
Mr. Burbidge, the town-clerk, addressed him, and said that he was not bound to say anything to criminate himself.
Have you discovered anything in his papers to criminate him?
However, it is not my object to criminate or stir up old animosities.
He was not prepared to criminate, nor was he prepared to applaud.
To have brought her to criminate herself would have been better still; and no pains were spared for this purpose.
He may not be asked questions tending to criminate his wife.