Definition of uncharged
: not charged; specifically : having no electric charge
Recent Examples of uncharged from the Web
Anderson also is under internal investigation for violating department policy by leaving his uncharged Taser in his police locker for more than a week leading up to Lyles’ shooting.
Beta decay electrons from the tritium spiral in the magnetic field to the pipe's ends, where pumps suck out the uncharged tritium molecules.
Two alleged acolytes identified in the charge sheets are Malaysians known as Lillie and Zubair, both of whom were captured in the same month as Hambali and are currently held as uncharged, forever prisoners at Guantánamo.
Pennsylvania law allows sentencing judges to consider uncharged conduct.
Earlier this month, Tegeler sided with the defense in rejecting a prosecution request to present details of uncharged, decades-old domestic abuse allegations against Turyna made by his first wife.
What is the policy of the Department and the Bureau regarding the release of derogatory investigative information about an uncharged subject?
Mahalich said that in May, 2015 Navarro received a text message from a so-far uncharged co-conspirator saying the woman was at the Red Caboose, a popular Antioch eatery.
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Medical Definition of uncharged
: not charged; specifically : having no electric charge an uncharged atom
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