unindicted

unindicted

(ˌʌnɪnˈdaɪtɪd)
adj
(of a criminal or suspect) not indicted or charged for a particular crime
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He has worked for three unindicted governors and publishes a weekly newspaper in central Illinois.
(Nixon was an unindicted co-conspirator in the Watergate burglary cover-up, whereas Trump is one in New York case involving his participation in pre-election payoffs to silence two women with whom he had sexual liaisons shortly after the birth of his son Barron.)
"[The client] deserves a sentencing hearing where the judge isn't considering something unindicted and unshown."
Most recently, there are serious concerns that the Justice Department will conceal much of the Special Counsels report from public view due to two separate, internal DOJ policies: the first that a president should not be indicted while in office and, the second, that unindicted individuals should not have their reputations sullied by the Department.
Brewer also argues that the district court abused its discretion in admitting evidence of unindicted robberies.
Armstrong Coal, which is now bankrupt, is designated on the indictment as an unindicted co-conspirator.
But in admitting his guilt, Cohen also transformed Trump into an unindicted co-conspirator.
Again the illegal importers, consignees, and brokers were identified but unindicted, in breach of Customs duties and rules.
The indictment lists two other USCIS officials and two immigration consultants in the private sector as unindicted co-conspirators.
However, the grand jury report mentions an "unindicted co-conspirator" that served as director of business development.
Senator Susan Collins of Maine was a voice of independence in the health-care debate; now she sees no problem with having a president who's an unindicted co-conspirator appoint a Supreme Court justice who believes that presidents are immune from prosecution.
But, under the theory of the present cased espoused by the government, Taylor is a cooperating, unindicted co-conspirator and a material witness against Hoback.