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lawyer

1. a member of the legal profession, esp a solicitor
2. a popular name for burbot (a fish)
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Second, a criminal attorney will not be dismayed if the licensure board becomes upset; no administrative law work will be lost due to a bad relationship with the board, and some gain in reputation may occur if you have a dramatic win.
Dennett credits noted criminal attorney Vincent Bugliosi with much assistance with this eminently well-researched, readable and persuasive work.
Most notably there are the Harry Bosch thrillers, the numerous standalones and his more recent series featuring criminal attorney Mickey Haller.
The criminal attorney said he didn't know what the numbers symbolized but suspected they were a reminder of the Nazi ID numbers tattooed on Jews sent to concentration camps.
The opinion advised the inquiring lawyer to discuss the situation with the client, including the ethical ramifications and the possibility the client may need to seek advice from a criminal attorney if the inquiring attorney does not practice criminal law.
We recognize the wildly successful personal injury/ criminal attorney whose surgically-enhanced likeness is plastered on every billboard along the Treasure Coast.
Benjamin Brafman, the renowned criminal attorney and frequent legal analyst on ABC's "Good Morning America," will return as Master of Ceremonies.
It's a tough job, especially in the pouring rain, and he's ready to call it a day when he gets a call for one last job for a low-life criminal attorney who needs a mysterious package to be delivered.
Callum Crane (Pullman), a devious criminal attorney, is celebrating another famous victory in court.
The Tennessee Bar Association asked a noted criminal attorney to analyze her appellate opinions and issue a public report.
You and the criminal attorney, however, should discuss the Fifth Amendment implications and be comfortable with your client's credibility before you let that happen.