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dismissed

adjective acquitted, clear, discarded, dispensed, exculpated, forgiven, free, obsolete, pardoned, rejected, released, vindicated
Associated concepts: automatic dismissal, dismiss due to improper venue, dismiss for failure to answer, dismiss for improper parties, dismiss for insufficient evidence, dismissfor want of jurisdiction, dismiss for want of prosecution, dississal with prejudice, dismissed case, dismissed case due to delay, dismissed charges, failure to prosecute, harmless error, involuntary dismissal, judgment of dississal, voluntary dismissal
See also: clear, free, obsolete
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Fitchburg, no inspection sticker, not responsible; operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration, dismissed upon payment of $100 in court costs; uninsured motor vehicle, dismissed.
The government can write to the L- G to take up the matter and he can be dismissed," he said.
If a complaint is dismissed "without prejudice," that usually means "without prejudice to plaintiff amending in this same action.
A statement from SPSA notes: "As we understand the Court's ruling, the conspiracy and antitrust claims now have been permanently dismissed by the Court.
We are pleased the Court has dismissed Deutsche Bank's complaints," said Michael A.
The district court dismissed the action; the appeals court reversed and remanded.
A number of lower courts have followed the Supreme Court's lead and dismissed similar RICO claims, further reinforcing the degree of protection CPAs are provided.
The dismissed shareholder suit, filed in June 2005, arose from allegations concerning public statements made prior to the August 2004 public disclosure of Possis Medical's AiMI clinical study results.
first floor, Worcester, operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, dismissed upon payment of $200 in court costs.
The judge had earlier dismissed six of the eight counts charged in the case, ruling there was insufficient probable cause to have ordered the defendants to stand trial, Creary said.
A prisoner brought a [section] 1983 action and the district court dismissed the claim.
Judge Cahn stated that first of all, the claims should be dismissed because they are barred by the clear language of the contracts, which specifically disclaim any responsibility for statements not contained in the written contracts of sale.