Examples of solicitation in a Sentence
the mail is always full of solicitations from worthy causes
Recent Examples of solicitation from the Web
Dalia Dippolito, 34, remains charged with solicitation to commit first-degree murder with a firearm.
But in the retrial, Williams and Laurie relied primarily on videotape of Dippolito’s alleged solicitation and testimony by the fake hit man, Officer Widy Jean.
Earlier this month, the teen threw up into a waste paper basket while testifying during a preliminary hearing for former Oakland police Officer Brian Bunton, who was ordered to stand trial on charges of solicitation and obstruction of justice.
Earlier this month, the teen threw up into a waste paper basket while testifying during a preliminary hearing for former Oakland police Officer Dan Bunton, who was ordered to stand trial on charges of solicitation and obstruction of justice.
Retired Livermore Police Officer Dan Black pleaded no contest to solicitation of lewd conduct in February, according to Drenick.
Then, if voters approve those public revenue bonds, Shields said, the city could proceed with a competitive design-build solicitation process.
Motorola Solutions, the losing bidder, had claimed that the city’s evaluation committee skewed the winner of its public solicitation, but the Miami-Dade ethics commission dismissed related claims this month.
Consider this: Porn solicitations make up about 8 percent of the more than 2 billion spam messages sent annually.
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Legal Definition of solicitation
: an act or practice or an instance of soliciting solicitation of a proxy for a shareholder vote; specifically : the crime of soliciting someone to commit a crime (as murder)
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