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to free from a charge or imputation of guilt

to conduct oneself in a specified way

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In January 2019 she was acquited by a three-member special bench headed by former chief justice Saqib Nisar, nearly 10 years after her arrest.
In such grievous circumstances it is difficult to fight against terrorists at one end and watch them being acquited on the other.
Mowbray said: "I think our under-21s, being the pinnacle of the EPPP, have acquited themselves very well against some big, strong, heavily invested in academies across the country.
Women stalking: Senior Civil Judge Mahmood Haroon acquited an accused of women stalking case and disposed of the case against him registered for alleged involvement in using 28 unregistered Subscriber Identity Module (SIMs) to threaten women by making obnoxious and vulgar SMS and calls.
Summary: Sale - An appeals court in Sale (near Rabat) reduced, on Monday, the sentences handed down on terrirism charges in first instance, last January, to thirty-two people, upheld verdict against one and acquited five.
Middlesbrough's Chris Riley is just starting out in the professional ranks but acquited himself well in taking highly-rated featherweight Stephen Smith the distance in only his sixth fight.
commission on the material support charge and acquited of the charge of
The court acquited the man because he hadn't distributed the films to other people.
Sanders started five games in Harrison's earlier absence and has acquited himself well.
Acquited: Ian Gilbert was cleared of raping his daughter Jessica, who died earlier this year after a fall from a hotel window
I'm pleased to report that both Giants representatives at this week's Great Britain training camp at Bath acquited themselves very well.
On October 21, 2004 the jury were unable to declare a unified decision on 18 of the 20 charges and acquited two of the accused on two charges.
Gilligan was acquited of ordering the journalist's murder but the Special Criminal Court said that there was the gravest suspicion that he was involved.
But after less than 15 minutes of deliberation, the jury acquited Price of violating Georgia's new hate-crimes law, which could have added another five years to his sentence.