criminal lawyer

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criminal law

Law that deals with crimes and their punishments.

criminal lawyer n.

criminal lawyer

nAnwalt m/Anwältin ffür Strafsachen; (specializing in defence) → Strafverteidiger(in) m(f)
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Criminal lawyers and journalists are not enemies, the former need advertisement, the latter information.
That's the shocking question facing high-profile criminal lawyer Ellie Harrison (Mariska Hargitay, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit), who ditches her self-indulgent city life to head to rural Pennsylvania.
FEB 21: RFU panel - comprising specialist criminal lawyer Richard Smith QC, RFU senior vice-president Derek Morgan and RFU Council member Richard Moon - convene at Bristol Filton Holiday Inn, with Johnson in attendance.
A national TV advertising campaign will demonstrate how easily people can find themselves in a predicament which requires a specialised criminal lawyer.
One Paisley solicitor said: "Mark is a very highly regarded criminal lawyer and no one can understand how this situation has been allowed to develop.
He said as well as doing 20,000 miles a year as a freelance criminal lawyer, he also travelled extensively in his capacity as Rugby League chairman.
DC Danny Glaze (Karl Collins) puts his job on the line when he stubbornly pursues the son of a top criminal lawyer.
It might be fun to be a criminal lawyer but I don't think I could defend anyone who I knew was guilty.
Top criminal lawyer Joe Beltrami said yesterday: "Intermediate diets save the time of the court, the police and witnesses, and have proved very popular.
Phillip Margolin, a former criminal lawyer, has argued before the United States Supreme Court, handled a dozen death penalty cases, and was the first Oregon attorney to use the Battered Women's Syndrome to defend a woman accused of murdering her spouse.
The daughter of a former senior police officer, she won a reputation as a tough criminal lawyer and became a judge in 1979.
A top Scots criminal lawyer said of the unique move: "The floodgates will open for murder accused in the future.