Clear-Point Law, Practical Dictionary of Legal Terms
Home    Dictionary Index    

acquittal


definition of acquittal:

the legal finding of a jury that a criminal defendant is not guilty; the finding of a judge that the evidence is insufficient to support a conviction.
CURRENT LOCATION: Home > Law Dictionary > acquittal
ClearPointLaw.com is produced by Legal Franca Publishing


Terms of Use -  Contacts -  About Us -  How to Use this Site