1. not regulated or sanctioned by law
    there were only extralegal recourses for their grievances
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How To Use nonlegal In A Sentence

  • Also, nonlawyers couldn't have their own clients or offer nonlegal services to clients. Proceedings | Highlights from the Law Blog
  • Latino inmates with limited English skills were punished for failing to understand commands in English by being put in solitary confinement for up to 23 hours a day or keeping prisoners locked down in their jail pods for as long as 72 hours without a trip to the canteen area or making nonlegal phone calls. Joe Arpaio, Arizona Sheriff, Violated Civil Rights According To Justice Department Report
  • I told them I thought we had to go along with the consensus of the nonlegal staff for a special prosecutor.
  • The law firm model is really changing," she says, adding that many lawyers are changing their specialties or pursuing nonlegal jobs in legal venues, such as professional development roles at law firms or jobs with career services at law schools, while they wait out the job market. A Lawyer Walks Into a Comedy Club...
  • Law graduates can bring a great deal to many nonlegal careers and with it achieve success and personal satisfaction. Times, Sunday Times
  • I told them I thought we had to go along with the consensus of the nonlegal staff for a special prosecutor.
  • Permit us to summarize our view of this case's dilemma in nonlegal language: What came first—the chicken or the egg? Court Protects Free Splat!
  • And yet illegal immigrants can not only attend these same public schools, but school and city officials are forbidden to make any inquiry as to the parents' legal or nonlegal status, much less whether authorities can arrest the parents. Education and the Theft of Services
  • About a decade ago, the NYSBA rejected a proposal by the ABA that would have torn down the wall between legal and nonlegal services. Proceedings | Highlights from the Law Blog
  • That's a steep price to pay for what even some proponents of the law have acknowledged is a rarely enforced, mostly symbolic measure that has the primary impact of creating a "culture of fear" for the state's Latino community, both legal and nonlegal residents, causing not only economic harm but psychological pain as well. Sally Kohn: Arizona Immigration Law: Painful Lessons From Oklahoma
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