/ˈrɔŋˌdu ər, -ˈdu-, ˈrɒŋ-/
a person who does
, especially a sinner or transgressor.
evildoer, culprit, offender.
a person who acts immorally or illegally
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The plaintiff filed a direct action against the wrongdoer's insurance company.
For the taking of or injury to any of such crops, the landlord may recover damages against the wrongdoer.
These citizens are the same people who are supposed to benefit from the public example set by punishing the wrongdoer.
When such an allegation is confirmed, no certified long-term care facility can ever again employ the wrongdoer in any capacity.
Punitive damages are damages awarded by the court in addition to actual damages, in order to punish the wrongdoer.
Using civil remedies to resolve custodial interference cases typically costs less than prosecuting wrongdoer parents.
The previous wrongdoer remains liable for actions related to the cemetery during the time of ownership.