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nol-pros

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/ ˌnɒlˈprɒs /
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verb (used with object), nol-prossed, nol-pros·sing.Law.
to end by a nolle prosequi.
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Origin of nol-pros

An Americanism dating back to 1875–80

Other definitions for nol-pros (2 of 2)

nol. pros.

abbreviation Law.
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British Dictionary definitions for nol-pros

nol. pros.

nolle pros.


abbreviation for
nolle prosequi
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