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Definition of Acquitter

Acquitter
Acquitter Ac*quit"ter, n. One who acquits or releases.

Meaning of Acquitter from wikipedia

- concerned. Acquitted may also refer to: Acquitted (1916 film), a silent film Acquitted (1929 film), an American melodrama Frikjent, also known as Acquitted, a...
- Frikjent ("Acquitted") is a 2015 Norwegian TV series. In the UK, the series is shown on Walter Presents. In season one, Aksel Nilsen (Nicolai Cleve Broch)...
- 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...
- peremptory pleas are the plea of autrefois convict, the plea of autrefois acquit, and the plea of pardon. A plea of "autrefois convict" (Law French for "previously...
- resulted in five of the seven convicted for inciting riots. All were acquitted of conspiracy. However, during the trial, Judge Julius Hoffman sentenced...
- and **** star John Holmes were at various times arrested, tried, and acquitted for their involvement in the murders. LAPD detectives are on record saying...
- Acquitted is a 1916 American silent mystery film produced by the Fine Arts Film Company and distributed by Triangle Film Corporation. Paul Powell directed...
- companions Lejano, Gatchalian, Rodriguez, Fernandez and Estrada, was acquitted by the Supreme Court of all charges after fifteen years and four months...
- countries, a defendant may enter a peremptory plea of autrefois acquit (formerly acquitted) or autrefois convict (formerly convicted), with the same effect...
- 1868, Bill Clinton in 1998, and Donald Trump in 2019. All three were acquitted by the Senate. Article I, Section 2, Clause 5 of the U.S. Constitution...
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