1. The act of making something ineffective.

2. Int’l law. The process by which a country’s integrity has been permanently guaranteed by international treaty, conditionally on its maintaining a perpetual neutrality except in its own defense. ? Switzerland is the only remaining example, having been neutralized by the Treaty of Vienna in 1815 ¡ª a provision reaffirmed by the Treaty of Versailles in 1919.

3. The act of declaring certain persons or property neutral and safe from capture. See NEUTRAL PROPERTY .

4. Evidence. The cancellation of unexpected harmful testimony from a witness by showing, usu. by cross-examination, that the witness has made conflicting statements. ? For example, a prosecutor may attempt to neutralize testimony of a state witness who offers unexpected adverse testimony. See IMPEACHMENT(2).

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