Related to Unculpable: inculpable


a.1.Inculpable; not blameworthy.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Alas, however, Guy is also a pillar of the automotive community, an esteemed racing instructor and totally unculpable. In fact, his instruction is probably the only reason I'm typing this sitting upright at a desk and not reclining painfully in one of those contortive hospital beds that smell like freezer burn.
In fact, it might be argued, it is so bad to ensnare the unculpable, that we're going to grant the defense anytime the government even risks that, and even in cases in which, we admit, the defendant is culpable.
Its social accountability seems sort of like that of designers of military weapons: unculpable right up until they get a little too good at their job.