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use "acquit" in a sentence

Adam Sirois was the only one of 12 jurors who voted to acquit Pedro Hernandez.

No one will acquit anyone, no one will change any charges, lawyer Dmitry Dinze said.

Now even the judge isn't authorized to acquit me so we have to wait till Monday.

' The beautiful oration successfully ruined, the second jury was unable to convict or acquit.

There was no conspiracy, and I therefore acquit the accused of all charges in the indictment.

It took a jury nine minutes to acquit Deacon in 2013.

If you have a reasonable doubt on self defense, you must acquit, Brown said.

The court did not acquit Kenyatta, so charges could be brought again if more evidence becomes available.

Raupaugh's testimony, defense attorneys said, gave jurors the reasonable doubt they needed to acquit Hennis in 1989.

Damascus needs to acquit itself of its commitments, Kaag said, adding that there has been very constructive cooperation.

November 28, 2000 - Judges at the Lockerbie trial reject a plea to acquit one of the two Libyans accused of planting a bomb on the Pan Am plane.

After a confused trial, five jury members of a total of nine voted to acquit and the judge set the accused man free.

When the motion failed, Snowe and Collins voted to acquit, arguing that Clinton's perjury did not warrant his removal from office.

Lonsdale was tried at Portsmouth, on 10 April 1946, and it took the court just over half an hour to acquit him with an honourable discharge.

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