A plea by a defendant in criminal cases or a jury's verdict of acquittal. Such a verdict means that the prosecution has failed to prove the defendant's guilt beyond a reasonable doubt; it does not mean that the defendant is "innocent."
A plea officially denying guilt.
declared not guilty of a specific offense or crime; legally blameless; "he stands acquitted on all charges"; "the jury found him not guilty by reason of insanity"
The verdict you hope to hear in your DUI, DWI, or drunk driving case after being represented by one of our well-qualified DUI defense lawyers.
The plea to a criminal charge where the accused wants to put the prosecution to the task of proving his/her guilt. A verdict of "not guilty" signifies the prosecution’s failure to establish the accused’s guilt beyond reasonable doubt
a verdict by a judge or jury that a person accused of a crime did not commit it or that not enough evidence exists to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the accused committed the crime.
This is a plea term used in court to state your innocence of the DUI charges laid against you, and / or a verict returnedc by a San Diego Jury upon hearing the case against you for DUI. This term is what everyone facing a San Diego drunk driving case hopes to hear, and in most cases, should plead.
(1) Plea in criminal practice denying allegations of information, indictment or complaint and creating general issue; (2) verdict of acquittal in a criminal action.
Plea made by an accused person that places the burden on Crown to prove the accusedâ€(tm)s guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. Also, the finding of a judge or jury that the accusedâ€(tm)s guilt was not proven beyond a reasonable doubt.
"Not Guilty" is a song written by George Harrison. It is featured on his 1979 album entitled George Harrison and on the Beatles' Anthology 3 album. While Harrison's solo version is mellower and features acoustic guitar and electric piano, The Beatles' original version is harsher, driven by distorted electric guitar and harpsichord.