Examples of case law in a Sentence
Case law says that a person has a right to privacy.
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Trump’s lawyers pointed to case law suggesting Mueller would have to show that investigators were unable to obtain the same information elsewhere before demanding an interview with Trump.
Berman Jackson pressed both sides largely on questions of case law and appeared somewhat skeptical about Manafort's arguments that evidence should be purged before the trial.
Regulatory analysts say a legal theory being used to scrutinize hundreds of Health and Human Services Department regulations from the Obama administration is not supported by case law.
No president has been formally accused of breaching the Constitution’s Emoluments Clauses before, which means there’s little case law on the subject.
Since Green is the first SRC member to seek political office, there is no case law on the question.
The following paragraph from the case law on point here was then read aloud: Disclosing the client’s name would not necessarily reveal his or her purpose in consulting attorney . . .
The trustees insisted that boards in Illinois cannot legally bind future boards to lengthy employment agreements and based that argument on 19th-century case law.
There’s no existing case law to guide procedure, so new ways of handling the issue will be devised as hearings take place.
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CASE LAW Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of case law for English Language Learners
: law that is based on decisions that judges have made in past cases
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