The wicked are generally seen as those outside and just like the Jews in Jesus' day there were the outcasts, the sinners, the sick et al. put away by the definition of the religious of the day. Where did Jesus hang out? It was with these folk. They were the victims of the system. Jesus opposed the system and turned it on its head everytime it was thrown in His face.
Tradition wants us to see a separation of sanctified unsanctified. There is no us and them, it is just us, believer unbeliever alike. God causes it to rain on the Just and the Unjust. He is no respecter of persons.
This is why I said the religious are wicked, they are the ones judging according to the flesh and directly opposes how God sees us. The religious will harp on your weaknesses and convince you that you are wretched, see the trap? Then you fall into a bottomless pit of trying to fixit by your own abilities.
Any code of conduct, somewhere we will break it. Like an employment contract that forbids stealing, a simple pencil taken home for the kids, breaks that rule and just as another may embezzle or do fraudulent business, both deserve termination of employment and prosecution. The punishment will fit the crime but both are equally guilty of breaking the fundamental rule, not to steal.
It is interesting that most government law states you are innocent until proven guilty, Christianity tends to say you are guilty, even before you were born. The truth is God forgives us first and because of this we repent, not because we repent that we receive forgiveness.
Read Matthew 23
and you tell me who you think Jesus saw as wicked?