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uncharged

[¦ən′chärjd]
(electricity)
Having no electric charge.
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But the second uncharged victim was 17 at the time he received texts from Singer, which, under the law, meant he was not a child, according to Noland.
Knight's attorney, David Kenner, said he had not seen any details about the uncharged crimes, but he is not worried about them.
The Moore court held that the appellant's uncharged drug use was "certainly" aggravation, just not RCM 1001(b)(4) aggravation.
A neutrino is an uncharged elementary particle that has any of three forms and that interacts only rarely with other particles.
The polystyrene particles we used for the studies with the macrophages and erythrocytes were either uncharged, amino-modified, or carboxylate-modified (Rothen-Rutishauser B, Gehr P, Schurch S, unpublished data).
This uncharged media is a special blend of cotton and polyester fibers whose dust holding capacity increases as the filter loads.
Within a day, the arrested were released uncharged from Al Muthan airbase, but IFTU headquarters remained shut for seven months.
Unlike bleach, chlorine dioxide is an uncharged gas that is insoluble in water, which allows the solution to be flushed away in less time and with less water volume.
More than 20 other members and sympathisers, however, remain uncharged but in custody, including party leader and prominent Islamic ideologue Hassan Turabi.
The appeals court held that the warrantless search, conducted at the request of police who were seeking evidence of an uncharged crime, did not violate the prisoner's right to be free of unreasonable searches, even though the search did not serve any purpose related to prison security, because the prisoner was a convicted offender, not a pretrial detainee.
Other uncharged, unrelated crimes, even those growing out of the same fact pattern as the crime or crimes charged, do not fall within the protections of the Sixth Amendment.