use prosecutes in a sentence.
The government prosecutes, which is something in your favor; and now, good-by to you; for my part, I neither advise you to hope or despair.
The investigation period in the human rights process is not one where the Commission "prosecutes" the respondent.
China prosecutes people like Liu Xiaobo for "inciting subversion of state power" because he wrote and used his voice -- and most of the American press won't even cover this because we're too busy with "celebrities."
Ms. Reding: It is not the commission that prosecutes; it would be down to the data-protection authorities.
The Convention Against Torture basically requires countries to go about prosecuting torture crimes in the same way it prosecutes other serious crimes …