Examples of gag order in a Sentence
The judge has issued a gag order.
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The gag order was issued as part of an ongoing trademark lawsuit brought by the producers of the San Diego Comic-Con.
The new rules come more than a year after Microsoft sued the Justice Department, alleging that the routine issuance of the gag orders violated the constitutional rights of the company and its customers.
Trump pressured Justice to lift a gag order on a confidential informant.
Shortly afterward, his attorney called to say that the prosecutor had threatened to put a gag order on the video.
The government ought to lift the gag orders and hear every voice.
At least this time Caldwell didn’t institute a lame gag order.
Prosecutors and Welch's attorneys declined to comment, citing a gag order that Circuit Judge James Updike issued in the case.
Democrats were particularly alarmed by news that Trump urged the Justice Department to lift a gag order on an FBI informant whom House leaders see as a key witness in their new uranium investigation.
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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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