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ekskuhl puh taw ree

  • a  clearing of guilt or blame

  • From crucial tracking evidence in the Scott Peterson murder trial to exculpatory call records in the Duke alleged rape case, cell phones have emerged as an important resource for .
  • The exhibition shows how the vast exculpatory fiction of Manifest Destiny wound its way round the facts of conquest and turned them into art.
  • But while Japanese school kids are not taught to hate the Chinese, they are sometimes offered a distinctly exculpatory version of World War II history.

  • Alan Dershowitz in International Herald Tribune
    He will in fact be providing very significant exculpatory evidence,in the Krajisnik case, Dershowitz said.
  • Baher Azmy in Newsday
    Kurnaz's lawyer, Baher Azmy, said "ignoring exculpatory evidence and seemingly manufacturing evidence about ties to a supposed suicide bomber demonstrates how profoundly flawed this process is. This is the process the government is asking the court...
  • Mike Nifong in San Francisco Chronicle
    The state is not aware of any additional material or information which may be exculpatory in nature with respect to the defendant,Nifong said in the filing. "Should we learn of the existence of any such material or information in the...

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