Definition of Exonerate
to prove that someone is not guilty of a crime or responsible for a problem, bad situation, etc.
Examples of Exonerate in a sentence
The job of the defense attorney is to exonerate his clients and keep them out of jail. 🔊
Unfortunately, the video footage does not exonerate Hank of the robbery charges. 🔊
While the accomplice’s testimony did help the police capture their suspect, it did not exonerate the man from his own criminal actions. 🔊
The testimony from the witness will hopefully exonerate my husband of the charges. 🔊
By looking at the surveillance tapes, the store manager was able to exonerate the morning cashier of the register theft. 🔊
Do you feel the DNA evidence pointing to another suspect is enough to exonerate my brother? 🔊
As your lawyer, I will do everything I can to exonerate your restaurant of the food poisoning accusations. 🔊
The arrogant suspect thought he could easily exonerate himself during his testimony. 🔊
Once the appeals court receives the new evidence, it is sure to exonerate Mark of all charges and release him from prison. 🔊
Only by identifying the real cause of the house fire can we exonerate you from the arson charge. 🔊
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