Definition of Granting immunity
1. Noun. An act exempting someone. "He was granted immunity from prosecution"
Generic synonyms: Discharge, Release, Waiver
Specialized synonyms: Fix, Official Immunity, Sovereign Immunity, Testimonial Immunity, Use Immunity
Derivative terms: Immune
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Literary usage of Granting immunity
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. "The System,": As Uncovered by the San Francisco Graft Prosecution by Franklin Hichborn (1915)
"of the go» company for bribing the Supervisors for fixing the pas rates, and If so. how will you prove that the money was paid without granting immunity to ..."
2. Fighting Hard-core Cartels: Harm, Effective Sanctions and Leniency Programmes by Oecd (2002)
"The Attorney General then independently considers if the interests of the public are best served by granting immunity. The Attorney General's policy on ..."
3. Security Governance in Post-Conflict Peacebuilding by Alan Bryden, Heiner Hänggi (2005)
"The main reason for granting immunity for members of international operations is to protect them against interference by the government of the State in ..."
4. The National Government of the United States by Everett Kimball (1920)
"Utilizing this power Congress has passed many acts granting immunity or amnesty, some of the more notable being those passed at the close of the Civil War ..."
5. Federal Anti-trust Decisions by United States Courts (1918)
"A witness can not refuse to testify before a Federal grand jury in face of a Federal statute granting immunity from prosecution as to matters sworn to, ..."