Examples of complainant in a Sentence
the complainant charged that the defendant had broken the ironclad contract that both had signed
Recent Examples of complainant from the Web
When officers met the complainant, the person pointed out the man and police walked over to him.
You could be stuck in your legalese and call them a complainant.
The complainants could also choose to sue in federal court.
Instead, before interviewing officers, the department told them the name of the complainant.
Disorderly conduct, Rockway Avenue: A complainant called police about 4 a.m. April 22 to report finding an intoxicated man in his car.
An unknown suspect used a complainant’s personal information to file a tax return, according to a police report filed April 17 in the 3600 block of Knotty Pine Circle.
Determining when to take action Pitt said that after the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission receives a discrimination complaint, the commission typically lets the employer respond and then the complainant will receive a right-to-sue letter.
Neil also noted that when a complainant claims their civil order has been violated, text evidence in a phone can give a deputy probable cause to either arrest the violator or issue a warrant for their arrest.
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COMPLAINANT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of complainant for English Language Learners
law : a person who makes a formal charge in court saying that someone has done something wrong
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