exculpation (Meaning)

Wordnet

exculpation (n)

a defense of some offensive behavior or some failure to keep a promise etc.

the act of freeing from guilt or blame

Webster

exculpation (n.)

The act of exculpating from alleged fault or crime; that which exculpates; excuse.

exculpation Sentence Examples

  1. The acquittal of the accused in the trial resulted from successful exculpation.
  2. The lawyer provided a strong alibi for their client, resulting in their exculpation from the crime.
  3. During the interrogation, the suspect attempted to offer an exculpation for their involvement in the robbery.
  4. The investigative report provided exculpation for the individual who was initially suspected of the crime.
  5. The court dismissed the charges against the defendant due to a lack of evidence and granted their exculpation.
  6. New DNA evidence emerged, leading to the exculpation of the person who had been wrongly convicted.
  7. The exculpation process involves clearing someone's name from allegations or accusations.
  8. The defense attorney presented a comprehensive exculpation strategy to prove their client's innocence.
  9. The confession from the actual perpetrator brought exculpation to the wrongly accused individual.
  10. The exculpation of the accused was a significant victory for the justice system.

FAQs About the word exculpation

a defense of some offensive behavior or some failure to keep a promise etc., the act of freeing from guilt or blameThe act of exculpating from alleged fault or

exoneration, acquittal, vindication, clearing, forgiveness,pardon,absolution, expiation,atonement, condonation

impeachment, conviction, impeachment, prosecution, accusation, incrimination, indictment, indictment, incrimination, accusation

The acquittal of the accused in the trial resulted from successful exculpation.

The lawyer provided a strong alibi for their client, resulting in their exculpation from the crime.

During the interrogation, the suspect attempted to offer an exculpation for their involvement in the robbery.

The investigative report provided exculpation for the individual who was initially suspected of the crime.