legal representation

  1. personal representation that has legal status
    an person who has been declared incompetent should have legal representation
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How To Use legal representation In A Sentence

  • Now it is about to go a step farther: a national referendum tomorrow will decide whether to allow animals official legal representation. Times, Sunday Times
  • The question of management and legal representation for aspiring new-comers is just as valid in publishing as it is in recording.
  • It will operate in a non-adversarial mode, will deal with bona fide cases and will reduce the need for legal representation, also a measure sought by Ibec.
  • I hope to... work with the alternative people, all the so-called riffraff, to give them legal representation that is not judgmental. Archive 2007-09-01
  • In theory, continuity of legal representation is never lost.
  • Remember, your version of the bill also permitted legal representation for the persons so caught up.
  • An person who has been declared incompetent should have legal representation.
  • The judge ruled that, once a citizen has been definitely classified as an enemy combatant, he or she can be held without charges and without legal representation.
  • The accused was not allowed legal representation.
  • Whether or not legal representation was necessary depended on the nature of the case. Times, Sunday Times
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