Examples of unseal in a Sentence
The court unsealed the documents in the Douglas trial today.
Recent Examples of unseal from the Web
In what was likely not a coincidence, the Justice Department on Friday unsealed an indictment charging 11 suspected MS-13 gang members in connection with the killings of two teens in Virginia.
Still, the Pennsylvania judge who oversaw the grand jury’s inquiry unsealed an opinion this month that revealed a behind-the-scenes legal fight by unnamed individuals or organizations to redact or change its report.
Prosecutors unsealed charges against dozens of defendants, the result of a multi-year investigation.
Newly unsealed court documents say Bryant Budi, 26, of Matthews first tried to hire a hit man, then bought a lethal dose of radioactive material to have a Charlotte man killed.
On Friday, a judge unsealed parts of the arrest warrant for Joseph DeAngelo — the 72-year-old former police officer who is accused of committing serial rape and murder across California beginning 40 years ago.
The charges, unsealed Friday morning, are five counts of wire fraud, five counts of bank fraud and two counts of money laundering.
The university recently reached a settlement with Jurich, who was fired with Pitino after an FBI complaint was unsealed in September alleging a scheme to pay recruit Brian Bowen's father for the prospect to attend Louisville.
However, Yaddiel Marin was removed as a partner on April 28 — eight days after prosecutors unsealed criminal charges against his father, state records show.
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Definition of unseal for English Language Learners
: to open (something) by breaking or removing a seal
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