Difference between revisions of "Acquittal"

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(New page: An acquittal is a release, absolution, or discharge of an obligation or liability. In criminal law, and acquittal is the finding that a defendant is "not guilty." [[category:legal terms]...)
 
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An acquittal is a release, absolution, or discharge of an obligation or liability.  
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An '''Acquittal''' is a release, absolution, or discharge of an obligation or liability.  
  
In criminal law, and acquittal is the finding that a defendant is "not guilty." [[category:legal terms]]
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In [[criminal]] [[law]], and acquittal is the finding that a defendant is "not guilty." [[category:legal terms]]

Revision as of 08:26, 24 July 2007

An Acquittal is a release, absolution, or discharge of an obligation or liability.

In criminal law, and acquittal is the finding that a defendant is "not guilty."