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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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You should ensure that you answer all questions posed on your license application honestly and in close coordination with your criminal attorney. You should also discuss your license concerns with your criminal attorney.
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.
He plays a blind criminal attorney who becomes a masked avenger to tackle baddies he's been unable to covict.
Rick Hagen, a criminal attorney, Lynn Stucky, a veterinarian, and Read King, a commercial real estate agent, are vying for the GOP nomination, while Connor Flanagan and Paul Greco are battling it out for the Democratic nomination.
The investigator did not take into account that during the investigation there were criminal charges pending and that the client had been advised by a criminal attorney to remain silent.
Janet Hoffman, a criminal attorney Kitzhaber has retained, didn't return a call seeking comment.
They pay more to a criminal attorney who is well established and known or who had high profile cases.
Marsh, long known in his hometown of Amarillo as a prankster and philanthropist but who faced indictment alleging he molested teenage boys late in life, died in Amarillo, criminal attorney Paul Nugent said.
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.