partial verdict

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Noun1.partial verdict - (criminal law) a finding that the defendant is guilty of some charges but innocent of others
finding of fact, verdict - (law) the findings of a jury on issues of fact submitted to it for decision; can be used in formulating a judgment
criminal law - the body of law dealing with crimes and their punishment
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The Tokyo District Court issued a partial verdict Friday in favor of Apple.
17) At this point, the defendant requested that the court submit new verdict forms to the jury with only the counts of capital murder and murder in the first degree so the defendant could obtain a partial verdict for the acquittal of these charges.
Google asked for a mistrial when the partial verdict came in, arguing that the questions of infringement and fair use must be decided by the same jury.
He said earlier he would accept a partial verdict today and changed his plan after talking privately with Oracle's and Google's lawyers.
The trial was completed, however, only a partial verdict was reached involving two patents out of the six patents included in the trial.
Haji Aouzuddin accused America of perpetuating atrocities over Pakistan under the garb of friendship, and said that American jury had conveyed Pakistan a message through its unfair and partial verdict of Dr.
The jury in a partial verdict announced Thursday had convicted Smith of 17 counts and acquitted him of one count of second-degree robbery.
05 billion less to pay for the rebuilding of Ground Zero, after a federal jury issued a partial verdict last week.
District Court for the Central District of California, and the resulting partial verdict determining that Emulex is to pay $387,922 in the patent infringement lawsuit filed against Emulex by Broadcom Corporation (NASDAQ: BRCM).
Your correspondent's assertion that "Britain saved herself by her exertions" is a very partial verdict.
We do not currently expect to record any additional expense in the June 2009 quarter as a result of the partial verdict.
Van Nuys Superior Court Judge Darlene Schempp accepted the partial verdict returned by the jury before excusing a juror who had a planned vacation, said Deputy District Attorney Shellie Samuels.