Meaning acquit
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v. what a jury or judge sitting without a jury does at the end of...
Source: dictionary.law.com

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early 13c., "to satisfy a debt" (either for oneself or on behalf of another), from Old French aquiter "pay, pay up, settle a claim" (12c.), from a "to" (see ad-) + quite [..]
Source: etymonline.com

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the act of freeing a person from the charge of an offense by means of a decision, verdict or other legal process; to discharge
Source: nycourts.gov

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to release a person from blame or legal responsibility.
Source: nationalgeographic.org

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to declare innoccent, set free, absolve
Source: eenglish.in

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v. To free or clear, as from accusation.
Source: easypacelearning.com

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To dream that you are acquitted of a crime, denotes that you are about to come into possession of valuable property, but there is danger of a law suit before obtaining possession. To see others acquitted, foretells that your friends will add pleasure to your labors.   
Source: dreams-dictionary.org

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ac·quit·ted ac·quit·ting [Old French acquiter to pay off, absolve, acquit, from a-, prefix marking causation + quite free (of an obligation)] vt : to discharge completely: as a : ...
Source: dictionary.findlaw.com

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(v) pronounce not guilty of criminal charges(v) behave in a certain manner
Source: beedictionary.com

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A finding of not guilty by a judge or jury.
Source: jec.unm.edu

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To discharge, to find a person accused of criminal charges not guilty after trial.
Source: vicbar.com.au

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A court judgment determining a defendant not guilty in a criminal trial.
Source: courts.countyofdane.com

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To find not guilty.
Source: michellehenry.fr

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A decision by a judge or jury at the end of a criminal trial that finds the accused defendant not guilty.
Source: checkpeople.com

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To find a criminal defendant not guilty.
Source: azcourts.gov

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v. what a jury or judge sitting without a jury does at the end of a criminal trial if the jury or judge finds the accused defendant not guilty
Source: advocatekhoj.com

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A formal outcome of criminal proceedings when a defendant is found Not Guilty of criminal charges and is thereby acquitted of them.
Source: 1itl.com

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A finding of not guilty by a judge or jury.
Source: manateeclerk.com

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To find a person not guilty of a criminal charge. Acquittal: A finding of not guilty by a judge or jury.
Source: sao9.net

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To declare or find not guilty; innocent. *en|condemn,Jersey {{t+check|tr|aklamak Webster 1913 * Century 1914 ----
Source: en.wiktionary.org


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