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
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The group of attorneys general opposed to DACA has given Trump a Sept. 5 deadline to end the program, which gives renewable two-year work permits to qualifying undocumented immigrants.
Charles Renner, a Husch Blackwell attorney advising the council and the selection committee, agreed that the council had been cautioned about avoiding interactions or communications between proposers and councilmembers or their aides.
In May, Rivera pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute 100 grams or more of heroin, the attorney’s office said.
But Novick, through his attorney, said the hotel owner long had permission to use Mango’s dirty towels to clean his car — dirtied by excessive grease emitted by the restaurant itself.
But attorneys for the women counter that because prosecutors didn’t tell their clients about the plea deal, the non-prosecution agreement violates the law.
Larry Wilder, an attorney for Powell, declined to comment.
In a letter to the attorney general's office, Jones defended his organization and threatened possible legal action against a Daily Southtown reporter.
While spending time in Lake Como with her new family of four, the human rights attorney has been spotted wearing several bold, fashion-forward looks from a sheer green Stella McCartney gown to a black and white striped Elisabetta Franchi jumpsuit.
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Synonymsassignee, agent, commissary, delegate, deputy, envoy, factor, minister, procurator, proxy, rep, representative
Related Wordsambassador, diplomat, diplomatist, emissary, foreign minister, legate, plenipotentiary; alternate, backup, pinch hitter, relief, replacement, stand-in, sub, substitute, surrogate, understudy; informer, operative, spy; broker, distributor, manager; arbiter, arbitrator, comprador (or compradore), conciliator, go-between, intercessor, intermediary, interposer, liaison, mediator, middleman, peacemaker; mouthpiece, point man, point person, prophet, speaker, spokesman, spokesperson
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