Examples of wrongful in a Sentence
He is suing his former employer for wrongful termination.
charged with wrongful possession of narcotics
Recent Examples of wrongful from the Web
A judge dismissed the lawsuit, noting that wrongful birth had never been recognized in Iowa.
Media outlets report that Gina Best filed the wrongful death lawsuit in March against the four SWAT officers who opened fire on a murder suspect and indirectly killed her daughter, 28-year-old India Kager.
Danny Cevallos (@CevallosLaw) is a CNN legal analyst and an attorney practicing in the areas of personal injury, wrongful conviction and criminal defense in New York, Pennsylvania and the US Virgin Islands.
Relatives of Kendole Joseph, 27, have filed a federal wrongful death lawsuit against the Gretna Police Department.
Pritzker and his wife gave $100 million to Northwestern’s law school, which included endowing the wrongful conviction center.
In 2013, while running for re-election, Mr. Hynes faced persistent pressure from Mr. Thompson, who attacked him for ignoring wrongful convictions — in particular, Mr. Scarcella’s role in the case of David Ranta.
The lawsuit seeks an unspecified amount of damages for the wrongful death of Chambers and injuries sustained by Paramo during the incident.
Gary Triano's relatives filed a wrongful death suit against Pam Phillips.
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Definition of wrongful for English Language Learners
: not legal, fair, or moral
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