Examples of unseal in a Sentence
The court unsealed the documents in the Douglas trial today.
Recent Examples of unseal from the Web
The complaint that was unsealed out of California talked about literally thousands of doses of toradol and other painkillers being issued to players over a three-month period.
In exchange, according to an indictment unsealed this week, Smith texted the men with advance notice of wrecks before official calls were placed to the next towing company on the city’s rotating list.
A grand jury indictment unsealed in court Thursday accuses the former detective, Charles J. Senters, of committing perjury by giving false statements under oath in a hearing.
The courtroom was filled with investigative journalists from numerous outlets along with lawyers petitioning to unseal documents related to the prosecution.
The 58-count indictment unsealed on Thursday names 18 victims in addition to Ms. Elsman, including her sister, Ava, 13, who prosecutors said remains hospitalized with serious injuries.
Blazer's guilty pleas were only unsealed by a New York court in July 2015 after the American investigation into FIFA exploded into public view with a raid on a Zurich hotel ahead of the annual gathering of soccer nations.
An Army sergeant was arrested in Hawaii and charged with attempting to provide material support or resources to a foreign terrorist organization, according to court records unsealed in U.S. District Court in Honolulu.
According to court documents unsealed today, a major portion of that investigation took place at Fort Rucker in October 2016 when Kang was attending a six-week military training course for senior enlisted leaders.
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Definition of unseal for English Language Learners
: to open (something) by breaking or removing a seal
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