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
The attorneys Mueller has hired are bona fide celebrities in legal circles—a distinction that means that exactly none of them would get recognized walking down the street, but still.
Jorgensen would also ask the court for reasonable attorney fees and other relief, if the case is filed.
An attorney for Allen could not be reached for comment Monday.
Performing in front of an audience, including a New York attorney who acted as the judge, is also tough for shy teenagers — or anyone.
John P. Sackmann, the attorney on file for all three, could not be reached for comment.
Ricks' attorney filed a motion alleging master jury lists supplied by Courthouse Technologies were not representative of the county where the trial was set to be held.
The organization, founded and led by attorney Anita Estell, partnered with Emily's List, Poder PAC, Higher Heights for America and the Asian American Action Fund.
In a two-hour interview with The Star at his attorney’s office, Simon said he has not been contacted by any federal agents looking into Insys.
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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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