Sources: Law Dictionary
Alas, though, exonerate Holmes as we cannot make a great writer out of him.
Do not be grateful to me. Returning each day to the only happy moments of my life does me enormous good and if, as you read, you find the past exonerated in my words, I for my part find in them a never-ending solace.
He said: "This means that Pinochet is not exonerated, nor deemed innocent or that his case has been rejected for lack of evidence, but rather that he is unfit for trial due to his mental disease."
Article 11If it is proved the carrier that the death of or personal injury to the passenger or the loss of or damage to his luggage was caused the fault of the passenger himself or the faults of the carrier and the passenger combined, the carrier's liability may exonerated or appropriately mitigated.
Also, it was apparent that all his actions were a direct retribution of the conflicts between him and Bai Su Zhen from the past; yet in the end, he was not only exonerated of all his sins, he wasn't even blamed for acting out of self interests.
Andros, who lost custody of his daughters and was suspended from his job as a result, was exonerated a month before he was to go on trial after two forensic pathologists reviewing Gross' work determined that Ellen Andros died of a rare cardiac condition, not suffocation.
Previously convicted and jailed on a similar charge, Mr Anwar was later exonerated.
The Carrier shall be exonerated from all liability for any loss, damage, injury howsoever caused.