To declare or find not guilty; innocent. (verb) घोषित करने या दोषी नहीं होने का पता लगाने के लिए; मासूम।
Examples of word acquit
Don’t get me wrong, I think judges are too slow to use their power in this regard, but it should be that the universe of cases where a reasonable jury will acquit is much, much larger than cases where a judge acting property will grant a motion for judgment of acquittal.
Potsdam, instead of contenting yourself with the general glitter of the collective corps, and saying, 'par maniere d'acquit', that is very fine,
They did, then came back with a mixed verdict form: 8 charges marked "acquit," and the rest left blank.
Woods isn't used to facing hard questions and probably wouldn't "acquit" himself well under fire, he said.
Yet believing that real life will not acquit, he itches for a sentence.
But that changed when the local Supreme Court overturned a Seoul High Court decision to acquit Lone Star on charges of market manipulation and sent it back to the High Court for a new verdict.
At no point did any juror argue that the defense had made a strong enough case to acquit.
"Given the holes in the prosecution's case, there is sufficient doubt to acquit the accused," Mr. Vijayan wrote.
To acquit himself, Mr. Poczobut had to prove that Lukashenko was a dictator and that no free elections had been held in Belarus since the president consolidated power in 1996, two years after he first took office.