unindicted

unindicted

(ˌʌnɪnˈdaɪtɪd)
adj
(of a criminal or suspect) not indicted or charged for a particular crime
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Documents tied to Neal's plea deal included an alphabet soup of people and entities who were unindicted at the time.
Palestinian complaints filed against illegal settlers go unindicted by Israel.
To that end, I believe America is much more comfortable with a plot where the slave mother is haunted by the child, and the slave master and his descendants remain invisible and unindicted, or with an ending that hangs an innocent woman for the crime of centuries--slavery.
An investigation that would unseat one of the unindicted "co-conspirators" in the case, Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr.
As an unindicted co-conspirator in Bill Clinton's welfare reform law, I am in no position to disagree.
And unlike Chiasson, Ganek was never charged, though a judge did deem him an unindicted co-conspirator.
A Vatican monsignor, considered an unindicted co-conspirator by the FBI for his role in a 2008 criminal scheme to sell American church property, has been forced by Italian authorities to return valuable objects to churches in his home diocese of Turin, according to a Sept.
Awad's group was named as an unindicted co-conspirator in the government's prosecution of the Holy Land Foundation, once the biggest Islamic charity in the US but which has been scrutinized for its ties to Hamas.
Kaplan was referring to the many unindicted individuals involved in the financial crisis of 2008, where the dollar amounts were far greater than those involved in the Tyco scandal.
CAIRwasclassified as an unindicted co-conspirator in the HLF trial.
Malone knows what God knew on His seventh day: the amplitude of rest, not only for himself, but for each thing unconstrained by action, unindicted by consequence.