unaccused

unaccused

(ˌʌnəˈkjuːzd)
adj
not charged with wrongdoing
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That, presented by his conductors to this Tribunal, he had announced himself by name and profession as having been for eighteen years a secret and unaccused prisoner in the Bastille; that, one of the body so sitting in judgment had risen and identified him, and that this man was Defarge.
Forget calling the chavs for bringing down society, this is an unaccused group who missed etiquette lessons.
And, in language that George Orwell would have grudgingly admired, we were told that the extraordinary news blackout was actually an act of compassion done to protect the civil liberties of the unaccused incarcerated.
But an unaccused accuser goes free, while the heaviest sentence of all goes to an accused but unaccusing partner.
It is a scandal in contemporary international law, don't forget, that while "wanton destruction of towns, cities and villages" is a war crime of long standing, the bombing of cities from airplanes goes not only unpunished but virtually unaccused.
Her accusations left virtually no one in her family unaccused except a favorite aunt.