To cause definition

To cause means to be a substantial causal factor in causing Floyd’s death.
To cause means "[t]o bring about" or "[to produce] an effect, result, or consequence." American Heritage Dictionary 305 (3rd ed. 1996). "Contribute" means "[t]o give or supply in common with others" and "[t]o help bring about a result [or to] act as a factor." Id. at 410.
To cause means to be a substantial causal factor in causing the death. The defendant is criminally liable for all the consequences of his actions that occur in the ordinary and natural course of events, including those consequences brought about by one or more intervening causes that were the natural result of the defendant's acts. The fact that other causes contribute to the death does not relieve the defendant of criminal liability.

Examples of To cause in a sentence

Fraudulent or dishonest acts means only fraudulent or dishonest acts committed by an employee with the manifest intent:13.1. To cause the Insured to sustain such loss or damage; and13.2. To cause the Insured’s client to sustain such loss or damage, solely for the purposes of the coverage afforded under Paragraph 1.2. of Coverage 1.

To cause stocks, bonds or other securities to be registered in the name of a nominee, without the addition of words indicating that such security is an asset of the Trust (but accurate records shall be maintained showing that such security is an asset of the Trust).

To cause death or hurt after rape, he shall be punished with rigorous imprisonment for life and also with fine.

Subpoena: To cause the issuance of subpoenas for witnesses to appear before the board, and to request the issuance of an attachment according to the practice of the Court's for failure to comply therewith.

To cause confusion among tenderers (companies), to prevent participation, to offer agreement to tenderers (companies) or to encourage them to accept such offers, to undertake activities which may influence competition or the tender decision.