She could be sent home due to insufficient evidence, which is not the same as being absolved.
At the bottom of the form, he scrawled, “insufficient information provided to lawfully issue subpoena.”
Officials concede they routinely get about 200 complaints a year about bad jobs, insufficient salary, and inadequate housing.
insufficient in·suf·fi·cient (ĭn'sə-fĭsh'ənt)
Incapable of proper functioning.