criminal lawyer

noun
a person who specializes in the practice of criminal law.

Origin:
1885–90

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He was not in jail and was represented by an experienced criminal lawyer, who drafted the agreement.
He has for many years borne the reputation of being an able criminal lawyer, and has had a large share of that business.
The guy her parents chose was not a criminal lawyer, he was a business lawyer, but agreed to take the case.
As any criminal lawyer will tell you, there is no crime if there is no intent.
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