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The statement of such remission
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  1. The statement of such remission
  2. Remission (of sin or penalty for it); specif., in some churches, remission given by a priest in the sacrament of penance
  3. The formal remission of sin imparted by a priest, as in the sacrament of penance.
In criminal law, the legal finding, by judge or jury, that an accused person is not guilty of the crime he is charged with. Once the acquittal is reached, the defendant may not be prosecuted again for the same criminal act or transaction.
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  1. In criminal law, the legal finding, by judge or jury, that an accused person is not guilty of the crime he is charged with. Once the acquittal is reached, the defendant may not be prosecuted again for the same criminal act or transaction.
  2. (Law) A legal decision that someone is not guilty with which they have been charged, or the formal dismissal of a charge by some other legal process. [from 15th c.]
  3. Judgment, as by a jury or judge, that a defendant is not guilty of a crime as charged.
The state of not being subject to a responsibility held by others; in taxes, an amount subtracted from gross income to determine taxable income. The state of not being subject to a responsibility held by others; in taxes, an amount subtracted from gross income to determine taxable income.
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  1. The state of not being subject to a responsibility held by others; in taxes, an amount subtracted from gross income to determine taxable income. The state of not being subject to a responsibility held by others; in taxes, an amount subtracted from gross income to determine taxable income.
  2. Excuse from performance of a legal duty, such as release from serving in the military or as a juror.
  3. An exempting or being exempted; freedom or release from a liability, obligation, etc.; immunity
A device to release a catch, etc., as for starting or stopping a machine
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  1. A device to release a catch, etc., as for starting or stopping a machine
  2. (--- Sports) The action of throwing a ball or propelling a puck:
  3. A document authorizing release, as from an obligation, from prison, etc.
Postponement of a penalty, esp. that of death; also, a warrant ordering this
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  1. Postponement of a penalty, esp. that of death; also, a warrant ordering this
  2. A court order or other official notification preventing or suspending a scheduled or expected punishment.
  3. A temporary suspension of a criminal sentence (usually the death penalty) for a certain period of time, usually for the purpose of examining new information or permitting an appeal to take place. A reprieve cannot prevent the ultimate carrying out of the judgment. See also clemency, commutation, pardon, and executive clemency. A temporary suspension of a criminal sentence (usually the death penalty) for a certain period of time, usually for the purpose of examining new information or permitting an appeal to take place. A reprieve cannot prevent the ultimate carrying out of the judgment. See also clemency, commutation, pardon, and executive clemency.
The act of vindicating or condition of being vindicated.
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  1. The act of vindicating or condition of being vindicated.
  2. Something that provides evidence or support for a claim or argument:
  3. Evidence, facts, statements, or arguments that justify a claim or belief.
(Law) A legal decision that someone is not guilty with which they have been charged, or the formal dismissal of a charge by some other legal process. [from 15th c.]
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  1. (Law) A legal decision that someone is not guilty with which they have been charged, or the formal dismissal of a charge by some other legal process. [from 15th c.]
  2. In criminal law, the legal finding, by judge or jury, that an accused person is not guilty of the crime he is charged with. Once the acquittal is reached, the defendant may not be prosecuted again for the same criminal act or transaction.
  3. Judgment, as by a jury or judge, that a defendant is not guilty of a crime as charged.
Find another word for exoneration. In this page you can discover 13 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for exoneration, like: absolution, exculpation, acquittal, exemption, release, reprieve, acquittal, pardon, freeing, exculpation and vindication.