(especially of an official body) absolve (someone) from blame for a fault or wrongdoing, especially after due consideration of the case.; Release someone from (a duty or obligation).
‘they should exonerate these men from this crime’
‘the court-martial exonerated me’
‘Two earlier hearings exonerated other officers involved in the attack.’
‘He said the controller will be allowed to return to work if the inquiry exonerates him or he could be told to undergo re-training if it emerges his mistake prompted the incident.’
‘He is exonerated of all charges and joyfully returns to his cell, looking forward to the freedom to live out his days at La Coste with his cherished wife.’
‘The press was completely impervious to the presentation of evidence that might in any way be seen as exonerating the President.’
оправданный, реабилитированный, реабилитировать, оправдывать