Examples of gag order in a Sentence
The judge has issued a gag order.
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Cohen then pursued and won a gag order on Daniels in arbitration, according to the terms of the original agreement.
Five days after the arrest, a judge signed a sweeping gag order in the case.
Warren County Judge Donald Oda issued a gag order last year, forbidding attorneys, family members and law enforcement from publicly discussing the case.
Berman also warned Manafort and Downing against releasing additional public statements about the case that could violate a strict gag order the judge had imposed after the first charges were filed in October.
In North Dakota, a new law explicitly bans gag orders.
House Republican Organization counsel Daliah Saper said the suit is essentially a gag order.
That individual and others who discussed the matter spoke on condition of anonymity, citing a judge's gag order restricting comments about the case to the news media or public.
In March 2017, Judge Aquilina granted a request by Nassar's attorneys to place a gag order on those connected to the criminal case, which included many of the women and girls who spoke at sentencing.
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law : an order by a judge or court saying that the people involved in a legal case cannot talk about the case or anything related to it in public
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