Decriminalize

to do away with legal penalties for

Incriminate

to reveal guilt or make (someone) appear guilty

Recrimination

an accusation made in reply; a countercharge

Culpable

deserving blame

Culprit

one responsible for a crime

Mea culpa

Statement uttered to show personal responsibility for a wrong (aka "My bad")

Onus

burden or obligation

Onerous

unpleasant and burdensome

Exonerate

to prove not guilty

Approbation

praise or approval

Reprobate

a dishonest or immoral person; a scoundrel

Reprove

to scold or criticize

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