exculpate

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Synonyms for exculpate

to free from a charge or imputation of guilt

Synonyms for exculpate

pronounce not guilty of criminal charges

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Also, the Tel Aviv District Court (Financial Division) very recently ruled that for an Israeli court to agree to accept as permissible a valuation by an "independent financial advisor," the agreement with such advisor may not include indemnification and exculpation provisions, the compensation paid to such financial advisor must not include any varying components and may not be contingent in any way and the financial advisor must declare in the framework of its opinion that it has no previous relationship with the company, its controlling shareholder or any of their affiliates.
But the 24-year-old American, who was sentenced to 26 years in prison in 2009, instead heard a mix of accusations and exculpations, making an already confused and controversial trial more of both.
Similar exculpations are presented on behalf of the sons of Eli (I Sam.
Byron's female fans were offended by his unromantic depiction of women; priggish reviewers deplored what they took for exculpations of wickedness.
Roshwald's conjecture that the roots of modern-day Jewish religious liberalism can be traced to the Jewish tradition's toleration of dissenting religious beliefs is a charitable one, following in the honorable tradition of Rabbi Levi Yitzchak of Berditchov's storied exculpations of his fellow Jews.