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
The complainant, Kristen Brodie, was a college student working as a promotional model.
Suspicious Person, Suffolk Lane: Officers were dispatched 5:21 p.m. April 21 after a man walking down the road stopped in front of a home and took a picture of the complainant's wife working in the yard.
Of the 45 that have, the DOC decided in favor of the female complainant exactly once.
Petty theft from auto, Madison Avenue: Police took a report April 17 in which the complainant said that someone entered her unlocked car parked near a restaurant the previous day and stole a purse.
In the process of the investigation, the two other women came forward as complainants.
Even though four women made reports about harassment, the school listed only one of the women as a complainant, while the other three were named as witnesses, Richie said.
At sentencing Michelle plans to personally apologize to the complainant and his family, as well as everyone affected.
Within 300 days, a complainant must first file EEOC complaint.
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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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