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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...
- was generally believed to have orchestrated Darnley's death, but he was acquitted of the charge in April 1567, and the following month he married Mary....
- about 32 hours over seven days. On the initial vote, nine jurors voted to acquit Jackson, while three voted that he was guilty. On June 14, 2005, they returned...
- 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...
- includes two presidents: Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton; both were later acquitted by the Senate. Additionally, an impeachment process against Richard Nixon...
- charges were filed. In 2005, following further allegations, Jackson was acquitted of child ****ual abuse. In the film, Wade Robson, James Safechuck, and...
- Jackson's bedroom several times but had never been molested. Jackson was acquitted. After Jackson's death in 2009, Wade said: "His music, his movement, his...
- protest over the Second Boer War. Sipido, though obviously guilty, was acquitted by a Belgian court because he was underage. The perceived laxity of the...
- charged with multiple counts of molesting a minor in 2003. Jackson was acquitted of all charges. However, Jackson stated he would never live at the property...
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