Examples of attorney in a Sentence
talked to the count's attorney about buying land from his estate
finished law school and became an attorney
Recent Examples of attorney from the Web
According to federal regulations, the special counsel reports to the attorney general, though because Sessions is recused, Mueller reports to Rosenstein.
A new attorney general was also named in the reshuffling.
Now, even the retired district attorney who prosecuted Simpson for the heist acknowledges that Simpson has a good chance to go free.
But the law allows such reports to be made to local and state authorities, or a county or commonwealth’s attorney.
The attorney general’s office sent subpoenas on Wednesday asking for information on every collection lawsuit filed by National Collegiate’s trusts against New York residents.
The public rupture between Sessions and Trump first spilled into public view in June after months of private consternation from the president towards the attorney general.
Brunson's attorney, Andrew M. Stroth, has been critical of the officer involved in the case.
Cordray has won two statewide races: treasurer in 2006 and attorney general in 2008 to fill the remainder of Marc Dann's term after Dann resigned.
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ATTORNEY Defined for Kids
Definition of attorney for Students
: a person and usually a lawyer who acts for another in business or legal matters
Origin and Etymology of attorney
Anglo-French atorné legal representative, from past participle of atorner to designate, appoint, from Old French, to prepare, arrange — see attorn
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