acquittal | engleski leksikon

1. acquittal


A judgment of not guilty.
In law, the setting free of someone charged with a crime after a trial.
It follows a verdict of “not guilty” and prevents retrial of a defendant on the same charges under the US Constitution (see double jeopardy).

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