exonerative


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Synonyms for exonerative

providing absolution

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False data might be introduced into an agency's records-keeping system: fake exonerative information, misleading clues and false trails pointing suspicion onto competitors and away from confederates, are potential passive intrusions.
Similarly reasonable scientists may in some instances disagree on whether the absence of an association is is exonerative of the agent or is merely inconclusive.
I]n Australia, the exonerative effect of the "notice" provision is very great and [.
Bagley, (70) the Court made it clear that a defendant's failure to request exonerative evidence did not leave the government free from an affirmative obligation to turn over highly material evidence.
Although Iran did not have control over the kidnappers, it certainly had influence, and its leaders' eagerness for an exonerative report gave Picco an ace to play in gaining their cooperation.