Examples of complainant in a Sentence
the complainant charged that the defendant had broken the ironclad contract that both had signed
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Charlotte’s Citizens Review Board has been in place for nearly 20 years and has never ruled in favor of a complainant who filed an appeal against CMPD.
The form is not a requirement, Boggs Muething said, but a way of prompting a complainant to provide the right information.
In fact, the process can often take longer to complete because of the amount of care that goes into making sure all complainants are fairly represented.
Addressing complainant's concerns that proceeds from the sale of the water system will benefit Neace, Hall said the city council will ultimately decide how that money is spent.
In one instance, according to a complainant in a report, Favorit and another officer carelessly investigated a burglary alarm to a business.
Grand theft motor vehicle, Chesterland Avenue: Police received a call about 8 a.m. June 23 from a resident reporting the complainant's car was stolen overnight and a juvenile relative was suspected.
Patton said there are multiple complainants against Pell, but gave no other details on the allegations against the cardinal.
The charges originated in the Australian state of Victoria, where police said, without providing details, that there were multiple charges from multiple complainants lodged against Pell.
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law : a person who makes a formal charge in court saying that someone has done something wrong
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