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trial lawyer

noun
1.
a lawyer who specializes in appearing before trial courts.
Origin
1910-1915
1910-15
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  • His career as a trial lawyer had taught him never to rise to provocation.
  • His life-story loomed large because the dashing former trial lawyer was short of both substance and political experience.
  • The former trial lawyer with the anti-corporate rhetoric does have some things going for him.
  • If he thinks that was good for the economy, he must be a trial lawyer.
  • The move once again leaves the ex-governor in legal limbo and in need of a top-flight trial lawyer.
  • But it is the role of the trial lawyer to make the convoluted and bizarre simple for the jury.
  • Prior to joining the court he enjoyed a distinguished legal career and earned a reputation as a preeminent trial lawyer.
  • He is an exceptionally talented trial lawyer and a superb legal tactician.
  • Capital was founded by a veteran trial lawyer and a seasoned court reporter.
  • One of them was that her trial lawyer was ineffective as a result of his failure to interview the other people in the house.

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