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Noun
/əˈkwitl/,
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acquittals, plural;
  1. A judgment that a person is not guilty of the crime with which the person has been charged
    • - the trial resulted in an acquittal
    • - the women felt their chances of acquittal were poor

  1. a judgment of not guilty
  2. (acquitted) declared not guilty of a specific offense or crime; legally blameless; "he stands acquitted on all charges"; "the jury found him not guilty by reason of insanity"
  3. In the common law tradition, an acquittal formally certifies the innocence of the accused, as far as the criminal law is concerned. This is so even where the prosecution is abandoned nolle prosequi. ...
  4. The act of acquitting; discharge from debt or obligation; acquittance; A setting free, or deliverance from the charge of an offense, by verdict of a jury or sentence of a court
  5. (ACQUITTED) To dream that you have been charged with some crime and have been acquitted in court means that the efforts of your enemies will come to naught and you will make rapid progress.
  6. (Acquitted (status)) Indicates goods are no longer controlled by a Highway Cargo Document.
  7. (Acquitting) The process that needs to occur after you have received a grant and completed the funding project. It involves reporting to the funding body the details of how the funds were spent and what was achieved.
  8. A jury verdict that a criminal defendant is not guilty, or the finding of a judge that the evidence is insufficient to support a conviction.
  9. A release, absolution, or discharge of an obligation or liability. In criminal law the finding of not guilty.
  10. Judgment that a criminal defendant has not been proved guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.
  11. The legal and formal certification of the innocence of a person who has been charged with crime; a deliverance or setting free a person from a charge of guilt; finding of not guilty.
  12. When a judge or jury finds that the person on trial is not guilty.
  13. Judgment of the court, based on the verdict of a jury or a judicial officer, that the defendant is not guilty of the offense(s) for which he or she has been tried.
  14. Reporting on the expenditure of ASF grant funds to demonstrate that funds have been applied in accordance with an organisation’s approved project purpose. The acquittal process applies to all Category 1 and Category 2 projects** on a six monthly basis.
  15. Fulfilling or discharging obligations relating to funding arrangements.
  16. For Container Operators – Reconciliation of documents presented to Customs with those present to container operators to prove legitimacy of import/exports.
  17. what an accused criminal defendant receives if he/she is found not guilty. It is a verdict (a judgment in a criminal case) of not guilty.
  18. The release of a defendant from all charges.
  19. The legal certification, usually by jury verdict, that an accused person is not guilty of the charged offense.
  20. A decision by a Judge/jury or Magistrate that while not being a finding of innocence is a finding that the prosecution has not proved its case.
  21. You successfully defend your case, and the judge finds you “not guilty”
  22. This is a decision of the court in a criminal trial. If the accused is not convicted ‚Äì if the Crown doesn‚Äôt prove that a crime was committed – he is given an “acquittal.” This means he is free to go. You will hear statements such as: “An acquittal will be entered in the criminal trial. ...
  23. An acquittal is a finding of not guilty by judge or jury of the offenses charged.
  24. When a jury or court finds the defendant “not guilty,” the defendant is “acquitted.”
  25. a legal judgment, based on the decision of a jury or judge, that the defendant's guilt was not proven beyond a reasonable doubt.