no bill

Definition of "no bill"
  1. A decision by a grand jury that the evidence against someone is not enough to justify a trial
How to use "no bill" in a sentence
  1. The grand jury gave a no bill in response to the lack of ample evidence.
  2. The prosecutor was disappointed when the grand jury issued a no bill on the highly publicized case.
  3. Due to the no bill ruling from the grand jury, the suspect walked free from court.

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