To an extent, but I think only to an extent—because if he is exonerated, it will happen only because no one found a smoking gun.
The Indian Supreme Court exonerated Modi a decade later, but by then many witnesses had been tampered with or died or killed.
Although I think it exonerated the doctor and him in terms of the drug situation a little bit.
The hitch was that the genetic profile has to be removed from the database if the person is exonerated.
After spending four years in prison, both were exonerated by an appeals court in 2011.
As to the people on board the vessel, I exonerated them then, and I exonerate them now, from all blame.
It was a trick of the trade, which exonerated him from the necessity of apologizing.
Were you not exonerated from the last accusation of which you informed me before you asked for my hand in marriage.
Unless you hear from me further you are exonerated from blame.
Now 298 parts of this labour out of 300 are performed by nature, and mankind are exonerated to a corresponding extent.