trial lawyer

  1. a lawyer who specializes in defending clients before a court of law
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How To Use trial lawyer In A Sentence

  • Could be a concerned taxpayer, a homicidal maniac, some trial lawyer.
  • And, let's face it, as well, I think, at that time, I also was attracted to the notion of being a trial lawyer, a courtroom lawyer, going in and righting the wrongs and defending the unjustly accused.
  • A trial lawyer is a fighter, one struggling to accomplish justice under the great disability of a legal education.
  • An attractive orator and accomplished trial lawyer, Edwards can now effectively compete for the nomination.
  • Europe has a restrictive law, but neither an army of bureaucratic enforcers nor packs of voracious trial lawyers.
  • But when Silicon Valley executives bankrolled a trio of anti-lawyer initiatives on the March primary ballot, trial lawyers rebounded.
  • Once she became a prosecutor, she quickly established herself as a masterful trial lawyer.
  • The interviewer got nowhere with trying to manipulate or trip up the pugnacious trial lawyer turned politician.
  • For South Carolina trial lawyers the South Carolina Trial Lawyers Association listserv is great. Guests
  • Even with all the FDA-mandated testing we have now, the trial lawyers flense the flesh from our bones when anything goes wrong.
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