Legal Definition and Related Resources of No bill
Meaning of No bill
Words frequently indorsed on a bill of indictment by the grand jury when they have not sufficient cause for finding a true bill. They are equivalent to Not found, or Ignoramus (q. v.) 2 Nott & McC. (S. C.) 558.
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Meaning of No Bill in the U.S. Legal System
Definition of No Bill published by the National Association for Court Management: This phrase, endorsed by a grand jury on the written indictment submitted to it for its approval, means that the evidence was found insufficient to indict.