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Synonyms for exculpated

freed from any question of guilt

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not be exculpated, although as discussed above, the precise contours of
Further, how is it that exculpated defendants can be excluded from the definition of "joint tortfeasors"?
Discussions of the expansion of DNA databases also highlighted some national differences between the Austrian and Portuguese convicts: the latter were more supportive of a universal DNA database (populated by all national citizens), as this would require the police to work harder and not just capture the "usual suspects" if crime scene DNA exculpated them at an early stage; conversely, the Austrians were less convinced of the benefits of a universal database, with links drawn to the stigma of being "marked for life" as a criminal becoming known to all citizenry.
All newspapers in Israel and the pro-Israel media in America said that the report was fair to Israel or that it has exculpated it.
but who exculpated themselves from conviction or sanction by using their vast inherited wealth.
Goldman employee Fabrice Tourre, who allegedly developed the product, was not exculpated by the settlement.
If Pakistan wants to be exculpated from its past deeds of propelling the Taliban to gain the so-called 'strategic depth' in Afghanistan, then it needs to act in a positive definite manner.
Even if it was not, the unfairness was at most the result of a due care violation, from which the directors were statutorily exculpated from monetary damage liability.
The government was not exculpated by the cease-fire monitors, who said that a major reason for the present deterioration of the truce was the activity of paramilitary forces in government-held areas.
I DISAGREE profoundly with Chris Moncrieff Behind the Speaker's Chair,May 13) when he exculpated Clare Short because she dared to voice a growing concern of a majority of other-minded thoughtful people in or outside Parliament.
The affirmative defense, first outlined in the Maine Liability Demonstration Project, allows physicians who follow a guideline to be exculpated outright.
Averring that he found his wife dead on Tuesday morning, Lung claimed that his son Joseph's interaction with Lucy the night before exculpated him.
Harrington, the Crown argued, claimed that he had done a deal with one of the interviewing officers from the Complaints Investigation Bureau, Detective Sergeant Garside, "to give an account which exculpated Mr Wall" from any accusations of corruption.
Which is to say, in Handke's opinion, that either no one or everyone is to be exculpated.
Director Richard Helms and National Security Advisor Walt Rostow on the debacle exculpated himself and blamed local commanders, who had been against the operation in the first place: one career diplomat who read it said, "It was the most dishonest piece of political-military reporting I had ever seen in my life.