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  • adj. That cannot be charged with an offence.


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non- +‎ chargeable


  • Of the more than 700 men held in Gitmo, after 7 years of interrogations, and fact finding some 700 of them appear to be innocent and nonchargeable.

    Giuliani to reiterate criticism of Obama's terror trial decision

  • Service members deployed for 270 days or more in Iraq or Afghanistan now qualify for 15 days of "administrative absence" on top of their regular annual leave, under a new nonchargeable rest and recuperation policy announced by the Pentagon on Monday. - Local News

  • We spent a lot of nonchargeable time trying to follow the statute and thinking about what the effect might be on our clients.


  • The nonchargeable rest and recuperation leave program will be limited to the "most arduous" areas, and the combatant commander must recommend it through the Joint Staff for approval by the undersecretary of defense for personnel and readiness, Retherford said.

    Mudville Gazette

  • The Army now entitles married active-duty and Active Guard and Reserve soldiers who father a child to 10 consecutive nonchargeable administrative days of paternity leave.

    Army Times - News


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