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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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An individual should act quickly and, before pleading to anything in criminal court, consult both with a criminal attorney and with an experienced criminal immigration attorney who handles deportation defense, to mitigate the negative consequences of a criminal conviction to his/her immigration status.
But there's a point that I'm not sure has been fully appreciated: Despite having been under investigation since early 202, Shoffner had not retained a criminal attorney until after her arrest on May l8.
If you are in the right, prefer a criminal attorney.
A taxpayer who is interviewed before he or she has obtained representation by a criminal attorney may make incriminating statements that can later be used against him or her in a criminal prosecution.
It is almost as if Bartor the literary scholar is here at odds with Bartor the criminal attorney.
Her China Bales Mysteries, of which Morning Gloria is the most recent installment, follow former criminal attorney, China, as she pursues her second career as a small businesswoman, but remains involved in solving mysteries.
A criminal attorney, Bartor (biblical studies, Tel Aviv U.
Dennett credits noted criminal attorney Vincent Bugliosi with much assistance with this eminently well-researched, readable and persuasive work.
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 Arizona Republican has hired a prominent criminal attorney, Robert Bennett, to deal with the matter.
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.