exculpatory

[adj] - clearing of guilt or blame
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Exculpatory

• Clearing, or tending to clear, from alleged fault or guilt; excusing.
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exculpatory

adjective clearing of guilt or blame
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Exculpatory

Ex·cul'pa·to·ry Clearing, or tending to clear, from alleged fault or guilt; excusing. 'An exculpatory letter.' Johnson.
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Exculpatory

A description of evidence in a criminal trial that serves to justify, excuse, or introduce a reasonable doubt about the defendant's alleged actions or intentions. Exculpatory evidence may ultimately show that the defendant is not guilty. No wonder police and prosecutors must, to uphold the defendant's constitutional right to due process, tell the d...
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Exculpatory

adj. applied to evidence which may justify or excuse an accused defendant's actions and which will tend to show the defendant is not guilty or has no criminal intent
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exculpatory

exculpatory 1. Clearing someone of guilt or blame. 2. Clearing or tending to clear someone from an alleged legal fault or guilt; excusing. 3. Applied to evidence which may justify or excuse an accused defendant's actions and which will tend to show the defendant is not guilty or has no criminal intent. 4. Etymology: from Middle Latin exculpatus,...
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