Definition of Defense lawyer
1. Noun. The lawyer representing the defendant.
Category relationships: Jurisprudence, Law
Generic synonyms: Attorney, Lawyer
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Literary usage of Defense lawyer
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Punitive Damages: Tort Reform & Fda Defenses: Hearings Before the Committee edited by Orrin G. Hatch (1995)
"Now, I have been a plaintiffs lawyer and I have been a defense lawyer. I started as a defense lawyer and wound up being a plaintiffs lawyer, ..."
2. Routine Abuse, Routine Denial: Civil Rights and the Political Crisis in Bahrain by Human Rights Watch/Middle East (1997)
"... but the courts will not try any case unless the defendants are each represented by a defense lawyer willing to take their case (appointed by the court ..."
3. Jury And The Search For Truth: Hearing Before the Committee on the Judiciary edited by Orrin G. Hatch (1998)
"Well, right now, under criminal defense lawyer ethics, you sort of have an obligation—invitation or obligation to raise all sorts of claims, ..."
4. Suggestive therapeutics and hypnotism by Herbert Arthur Parkyn (1900)
"... trial—Bulldozing suggestions of the defense's lawyer—Somnambulists are automatons— Good servants but poor masters—Change of thought one of the objects ..."
5. A Victory Turned Sour: Human Rights in Kuwait Since Liberation by Middle East Watch (Organization), Middle East Watch (Organization (1991)
"Another defense lawyer asked the court, "Do you think you should not believe these 23 people and believe that secret source?" Nevertheless, on June 15, ..."
6. Nonfiction Reading Practice, Grade 6 by Ellen Linnihan (2003)
"The defense lawyer tries to convince people that the defendant is guilty. Bonus: What kind of trial lawyer would you like to be—a defense lawyer or a ..."
7. Trends and Issues, 1997: Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority by Roger Przybylski, Mark Myreny, Christine Martin, Jeff Travis (1997)
"In 14 of the 36 responding counties, between 100 and 230 felony cases were handled per public defense lawyer in 1995. In 10 counties, there were 70 to 100 ..."