20 examples of Acquit in a sentence
A antique shop-owner in NYC, played by Joanne Whalley(Valerie Alston)gets put on a US District Court jury, on a trial of a known Mafioso Armand Asante(Rusty Pirone), and most of this very slow-paced film revolves around attempts of Pirone attempting to get Whalley to
him of murder, by threatening to kill her son, and herself.
There is not a person in the cast who does not
himself (or herself) with hilarious distinction.
It is interesting to watch though in that they hired second-string character actors (guys that had really been only bit players and extras before this film) who all
themselves very well.
themselves fairly well here.the
It's a good thing that the following year from That Certain Woman, Bette Davis and Henry Fonda got to make Jezebel and
themselves well in a drama of substance.
In this case, the jury is evenly divided, forcing Athena to give the verdict, which is to
Outraged, Defense Minister Sergei Ivanov dismissed the prosecutor, who seemed ready to
the patriotic "hero" on all remaining charges.
And yet, the Senate’s Republican majority chose to
In binding themselves to Trump, Senate Republicans took the risk that embarrassing new information would emerge after they had voted to
The Senate’s narrow vote (52-48) to
Trump was no surprise.
He was beginning to
himself none too badly in the use of the sentimental and picturesque language which is called _wit_ in certain drawing-rooms.
When he has the document asserting the defendant's innocence, guaranteed by a number of other judges, the judge can
you without any worries, and although there are still several formalities to be gone through there's no doubt that that's what he'll do as a favour to me and several other acquaintances.
The right to
people is a major privilege and our judges don't have it, but they do have the right to free people from the indictment.
My feelings are at present in a state of dreadful indecision; I wish to
you, but certainty on either side will be ease to what I now suffer.
Cruel, cruel--nothing can
"I have been more pained," said she, "by her endeavors to
him than by all the rest; for it irritates her mind more than the most perfect conviction of his unworthiness can do.
What said I?My Love was safe from all the powers of HellFor you, e'en you,
her of my guiltBut Sula, nestling by our sail- specked sea,My city, child of mine, my heart, my home,Mine and my pride evil might visit there!
"And now," resumed Buckingham, looking earnestly at the young man, "how shall I ever
myself of the debt I owe you?"D’Artagnan blushed up to the whites of his eyes.
him of that duty; nor could I think well of the man who should omit an occasion of testifying his respect towards anybody connected with the family."
"This, madam, is a faithful narrative of every event in which we have been concerned together; and if you do not absolutely reject it as false, you will, I hope,
me henceforth of cruelty towards Mr. Wickham.