Lawyer [noun]

Definition of Lawyer:

person who is trained to counsel or argue in cases of law

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Sentence/Example of Lawyer:

At least one other woman was deported after a guard assaulted her, detainees told lawyers.

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Facebook is firing up its lawyers to try to block EU regulators from forcing it to suspend transatlantic data transfers in the wake of a landmark ruling by Europe’s top court this summer.

He paid $193 for the ticket, not counting $35 more in fees, according to emails exchanged between him and his lawyer at the time.

The investigation, which has been underway for more than a year, was revealed publicly in a recent Intuit filing in which the company’s lawyers appealed to the commission to limit the scope of its investigation.

A lawyer for Weidenthaler did not respond to a request for comment about Werner’s account.

Robert Stern, a lawyer who helped write California’s Political Reform Act, said there’s nothing in state law preventing an official from having a second job, “as long as he wasn’t participating in decisions affecting his outside source of income.”

Before Simplifile, the lawyer had to walk into a county clerk’s office with the paper mortgage note, or send it in by FedEx.

Cabrera, an election lawyer who’s not representing Gómez, Barrios or his opponent Sean Elo, also noted that the Ethics Commission tends to go lighter on people who violate disclosure rules when the omitted information is available elsewhere.

Szutowicz had been denied access to a lawyer until Thursday.