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Legal InnocencePlay
Use 'acquit' to describe a legal decision where someone is found not guilty. SlideThe court acquitted the defendant after the evidence was deemed insufficient.
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Final JudgmentPlay
An acquittal is the end of a trial; the person cannot be tried again for the same crime. SlideOnce acquitted of the crime, they walked out of the courtroom a free person.
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Jury's RolePlay
A jury often decides to acquit someone after deliberation during a trial. SlideAfter hours of deliberation, the jury acquitted the accused of all charges.