Definition of "excusal"
  1. The act or occasion of pardoning, disregarding, or overlooking
How to use "excusal" in a sentence
  1. The court granted an excusal for the juror who had a medical emergency.
  2. Due to a reasonable conflict of interest, the attorney requested an excusal from the case.
  3. An excusal can occasionally be granted for reasons such as bias or personal issues.

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