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Definition of Acquit

Acquit
Acquit Ac*quit", p. p. Acquitted; set free; rid of. [Archaic] --Shak.

Meaning of Acquit from wikipedia

- someone acquitted of a state murder charge can be retried for the same actions on a federal charge of violating civil rights, and police acquitted of a state...
- concerned. Acquitted may also refer to: Acquitted (1916 film), a silent film Acquitted (1929 film), an American melodrama Frikjent, also known as Acquitted, a...
- The Senate enters judgment on its decision, whether that be to convict or acquit, and a copy of the judgment is filed with the Secretary of State. Upon conviction...
- civil proceedings. A plea of "autrefois acquit" is one in which the defendant claims to have been previously acquitted for the same offence and thus should...
- Representatives: Andrew Johnson in 1868, and Bill Clinton in 1998. Both were acquitted by the Senate: Johnson by one vote, and Clinton by 17 votes. Additionally...
- proven conclusive in the earlier trial at first instance, where the person acquitted subsequently admits the offence or where it can be proved that the acquittal...
- hearing it becomes upset, he "probably can't come". Although the jury acquitted him, other law enforcement agencies began monitoring his appearances,...
- 1995, and the verdict was announced on October 3, 1995, when Simpson was acquitted on two counts of murder. Following his acquittal, no additional arrests...
- no sense; it doesn't fit; if it doesn't fit, you must acquit." "If it doesn't fit, you must acquit" was a refrain that Cochran also used in response to...
- a criminal trial jury believe that a defendant is guilty, but choose to acquit the defendant anyway because the jurors also believe that the law itself...
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