favorable verdict

See: acquittal
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He added that his stance had proved true with a favorable verdict in the Hudabiya Paper Mills case.
When cases do go to trial, it is often because one or both parties believe the benefits of a favorable verdict outweigh the substantial cost and risk associated with putting their business and interests in the hands of jurors.
The Philippines secured a favorable verdict from the Permanent Court of Arbitration against China, but since then there has been a policy flip-flop under President Duterte.
After all, the officials already had reached a favorable verdict in verse 16
A sign that Rousseff is not expecting a favorable verdict next week is that she has begun to move her personal belongings out of the presidential residence in Brasilia to her home in Porto Alegre.
In a sign that Rousseff is not expecting a favorable verdict next week, she has begun to move her personal belongings out of the presidential residence in Brasilia to her home in Porto Alegre.
Abdourahman Boreh, the Dubai-based entrepreneur facing corruption charges, has received a favorable verdict from a London court in recent times.
If practice makes perfect, then Ahlam has a good chance of coming out with a favorable verdict since she's certainly no stranger to the court room.
Walsh's mix of comedy chops and sex appeal do as much as an actress could to sell such a role, but even generous acceptance of the show as broad farce makes it difficult to return a favorable verdict.
If the broker doesn't get a favorable verdict, his E&O policy doesn't have sufficient limits to cover the potential damages.
However, if the opposing party is going to appeal your favorable verdict, or if you did not receive a favorable verdict, your next steps will be important in determining how much the appeals process could cost your company.
Also, documents filed by Samsung seek for regulation and adjustment of damages in a favorable verdict.