proved innocent

See: acquitted
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And yet he pitied her so much, and felt so unwilling to have a matter of such gravity disturbing the oddity of their acquaintance, that he thought, and thought truly, that rather than receive fifty pounds down, he would have the Marchioness proved innocent.
The PAT leader said [in his letter] that position of the party had been verified in the Justice Baqar Najfi report, therefore, it is requested that unless and until Mr Suleman is proved innocent he should not be appointed to any responsible post for the sake of fair investigation and trial in the Model Town case.
"My husband was innocent yesterday, he is innocent today and will be proved innocent tomorrow,"an unfazed Verma told the media.
"I was sure I would be proved innocent. I have always tried to give my 100 percent in the game and I will continue to do so," said Shami, while speaking to ANI.
"You will never be proved innocent and will face a sentence of 32.62 years in jail."
Lahore -- Ameer, Jamaat e Islami, Pakistan, Senator Sirajul Haq, has stressed upon the government to provide full legal help to the Pakistani in Indonesian jail who had been sentenced to death despite having been proved innocent.
This is probably due to the fact that he still claims his innocence and it would not be the first time someone has been found guilty by the courts only to be proved innocent at a later date.
He was treated as guilty before being proved innocent. The case was handled dreadfully, especially by Chelsea, who went squealing to the media before establishing whether Mikel's complaint had any credible basis.
Also Ruben Cantu and David Spence were proved innocent after being executed.
DIALA / Aswat al-Iraq: The Diala Criminal Court announced on Monday that 86 detainees proved innocent from charges against them were released in March while 24 were condemned on different scores in the same month.
In the case of "speed cameras" it changes to "Guilty until proved innocent" Another requirement under British law is that a defendant must be cautioned, be allowed to remain silent but have anything they say recorded in writing and used in court and eventually their guilt must be proved beyond a reasonable doubt.
Speaking for the first time since his arrest a week ago, Mr Price said he was confident he would be proved innocent of wrongdoing.