resolved without trial


resolved without trial
   American
   involving the acceptance of a guilty plea
   Part of the process of plea bargaining, but not implying that the accused was acquitted for want of prosecution:
    ... it should be 'resolved without trial', an oblique reference to a guilty plea. (Turow, 1990)

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