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quash

verb To annul, suppress.
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Ched Evans with girlfriend Natasha Massey who has helped to set up <Ba website to campaign for his conviction to be quashed Jon Baxter
Two years ago it emerged DPP Barra McGrory believed the verdicts should be quashed.
At least 33 convictions resulting from tainted evidence given by members of the squad have been quashed by the Court of Appeal - including the convictions of the Birmingham Six.
By its July 2012 verdict, the SC had quashed a nine- year- long DA case against Mayawati on the ground the CBI proceeded against her without properly understanding its 2003 orders which were confined to the Taj Corridor case relating to release of ` 17 crore by the UP government allegedly without sanction.
Meanwhile, Fraser's conviction is still to be formally quashed.
A LABOURER jailed for life for the murder of a dog walker had his conviction quashed yesterday and will stand trial again.
A MILLIONAIRE at the centre of a row over a house in Mirfield has had his convictions for fraud quashed.
KARACHI, June 11, 2010 (Balochistan Times): The police officers in Sindh who acted as investigation officers during the period from 1992 to 1998 in criminal cases quashed under NRO have once again offered their services following the reopening of the cases in the light of Supreme Court verdict.
COURT'S OPINION: The Florida Court of Appeals granted the petition for writ of certiorari and quashed the orders of the lower court.
Robert Morgan, 66, whose manslaughter conviction after the Purley crash was quashed in 2007 on appeal, fell overboard while repairing his 34ft yacht on the Isle of Wight.
A control order restricting the movements of a British convert to Islam was quashed by the High Court yesterday.
But Clydach killer David Morris had his whole-life sentence quashed by the Court of Appeal yesterday.