Black's Law 4th... EXCULPATE is employed in sense of excuse of justification. State v. Langdon, 46 N.M. 277, 127 P.2d 875, 876. EXCULPATION. In Scotland the law allows of an "exculpation", by which the prisoner is suffered before his trial to prove the thing to be impossible. State v. Langdon, 46 N.M. 277, 127 P.2d 875, 876. EXCULPATION, LETTERS OF. In Scotch law. A warrant granted at the suit of a prisoner for citing witnesses in his own defense. EXCULPATORY. Clearing or tending to clear from alleged fault or guilt; excusing. Moore v. State, 124 Tex.Cr.R. 97, 60 S.W.2d 453. EXCULPATORY CLAUSE. Such clause in favor of a trustee in will implies that trustee has power which he purports to execute, and it exculpates him where this power is exercised in good faith. In re Wacht's Estate, Sur., 32 N.Y.S.2d 871, 897. EXCUSABLE. Admitting of excuse or palliation. As used in the law, this word implies that the act or omission spoken of is on its face unlawful, wrong, or liable to entail loss or disadvantage on the person chargeable, but that the circumstances attending it were such as to constitute a legal "excuse" for it, that is, a legal •reason for withholding or foregoing the punishment, liability, or disadvantage which otherwise would follow. I am an excusator... lol...

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