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Collectively, the attorneys representing a defendant and any laypeople assisting them in their efforts, particularly in a criminal trial. In litigation, generally a factual denial or an assertion of facts or law that counters or negates a claim made by the other party. See also self defense. Collectively, the attorneys representing a defendant and any laypeople assisting them in their efforts, particularly in a criminal trial. In litigation, generally a factual denial or an assertion of facts or law that counters or negates a claim made by the other party. See also self defense.
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  1. Collectively, the attorneys representing a defendant and any laypeople assisting them in their efforts, particularly in a criminal trial. In litigation, generally a factual denial or an assertion of facts or law that counters or negates a claim made by the other party. See also self defense. Collectively, the attorneys representing a defendant and any laypeople assisting them in their efforts, particularly in a criminal trial. In litigation, generally a factual denial or an assertion of facts or law that counters or negates a claim made by the other party. See also self defense.
  2. An argument in support or justification of something.
  3. Justification or support by speech or writing; vindication
(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. (Law) A setting free or being set free by judgment of the court
  3. 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.
The act or process of meeting the requirements for getting this certificate
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  1. The act or process of meeting the requirements for getting this certificate
  2. Official, esp. governmental, authorization allowing a person to examine classified documents, participate in confidential projects, etc.
  3. Permission for an aircraft, ship, or other vehicle to proceed, as after an inspection of equipment or cargo or during certain traffic conditions.
Something, such as a fact or circumstance, that justifies:
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  1. Something, such as a fact or circumstance, that justifies:
  2. A showing of an appropriate reason for one’s actions. A showing of an appropriate reason for one’s actions.
  3. A reason, explanation, or excuse which provides convincing, morally acceptable support for behavior or for a belief or occurrence.
The establishment of the truth of something
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  1. The establishment of the truth of something
  2. (Law) All the facts, admissions, and conclusions drawn from evidence which together operate to determine a verdict or judgment
  3. The evidence offered in support of or in contravention of an allegation.
The interpretation, meaning, or sense given in explaining
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  1. The interpretation, meaning, or sense given in explaining
  2. A mutual defining of terms, declaration of motives, etc. to clear up a misunderstanding or settle a dispute
  3. The act or process of explaining:
(Uncountable) The state of being disburdened or freed from a charge.
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  1. (Uncountable) The state of being disburdened or freed from a charge.
  2. An act of disburdening, discharging, or freeing morally from a charge or imputation
The provision of money or the necessities of life:
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  1. The provision of money or the necessities of life:
  2. The state of being supported:
  3. The act of supporting:
The act of absolving or the state of being absolved.
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  1. The act of absolving or the state of being absolved.
  2. A formal freeing (from guilt or obligation); forgiveness
  3. Remission (of sin or penalty for it); specif., in some churches, remission given by a priest in the sacrament of penance
The act of pardoning.
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  1. The act of pardoning.
  2. An official document or warrant declaring such an exemption.
  3. (Law) Exemption of a convicted person from the penalties of an offense or crime by the power of the executor of the laws.
(Uncountable) The state of being disburdened or freed from a charge.
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  1. (Uncountable) The state of being disburdened or freed from a charge.
  2. An act of disburdening, discharging, or freeing morally from a charge or imputation
An acquitting; discharge (of duty, obligation, etc.)
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  1. An acquitting; discharge (of duty, obligation, etc.)
  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.
A formal defense, often written, of a belief, cause, etc.
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  1. A formal defense, often written, of a belief, cause, etc.
  2. A formal defense or apology.
An apology or formal defense of an idea, religion, etc., esp. such a defense of one's own beliefs or conduct
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  1. An apology or formal defense of an idea, religion, etc., esp. such a defense of one's own beliefs or conduct
  2. A written defense of a position or belief.
  3. A formal defense or justification.
An acknowledgment of some fault, injury, insult, etc., with an expression of regret and a plea for pardon
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  1. An acknowledgment of some fault, injury, insult, etc., with an expression of regret and a plea for pardon
  2. A formal spoken or written defense of some idea, religion, philosophy, etc.
  3. A formal justification or defense.
A fact or law that provides a full or partial exoneration of the defendant against the charges or claims made in a lawsuit or prosecution.
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  1. A fact or law that provides a full or partial exoneration of the defendant against the charges or claims made in a lawsuit or prosecution.
  2. (Sports) The act or an instance of defending a championship against a challenger:
  3. Justification or support by speech or writing; vindication
(Christian Theol.) The state or condition, necessary for salvation, of being blameless or absolved of the guilt of sin
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  1. (Christian Theol.) The state or condition, necessary for salvation, of being blameless or absolved of the guilt of sin
  2. Something, such as a fact or circumstance, that justifies:
  3. A reason, explanation, or excuse which provides convincing, morally acceptable support for behavior or for a belief or occurrence.
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