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English sentences with attorney in context,

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O.P: I am not an attorney and I am asking this as a question.
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Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez forced Levin out.
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attorney (noun)

  • A lawyer; one who advises or represents others in legal matters as a profession.
  • One such who practised in the courts of the common law (cf solicitor, proctor).
  • A solicitor.
  • An agent or representative aut...
  • An agent or representative authorized to act on someone else's behalf.
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attorney

  • A person who, after at least three years of intense, post-graduate studies, must pass a very difficult proficiency exam (the bar exam) in most states in order to do someting as simple as defend a person against a DWI charge. Of course, this moron that is charged with the DWI is probably the same person who wrote the definition of attorney as 'assmonkey,' because this human stain has no idea (and only subscribes to juvenile/comedic groupthink) what most attorneys go through to be zealous advocates of their clients. Naturally, there are bad attorneys, just as all priests don't molest little boys. There are mechanisms in place to ensure that even attorneys accused of misconduct are given the same fair tribunal that everyone else is entitled to before being suspended or disbarred. Attorneys are some of the most powerful people in the nation: they can defend citizens to prevent them losing their property, liberty, and even their very lives. Some of the more prominent attorneys in the United States were its founding fathers. Others fought for the emancipation of slaves, voting rights for women and minorities, desegregation of public schools and facilities, and the very freedom to call them assmonkeys. Before opening your ignorant mouth in the future and engaging in a 'lawyer joke,' consider where the nation would be without them. For better or worse, we would not be a civilized society without them. This definition applies primarily to United States attorneys, and not so much to my learned brethren across the pond, namely barristers and solicitors.
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He can call the Orange County Bar Association and/or Legal Aid and see if there is an attorney that will accept his case pro bono
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The only instance I've been able to find in which oral sex has ever resulted in pregnancy was the case of an attorney who obtained sperm from a man by way of that act, and then went on to use it in a fertility procedure, in order to get pregnant and sue for support.
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My favorite translation of 'the Satan' is "the prosecuting attorney."
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I am not a criminal defense attorney but just to be clear the cops are under no obligation to explain the full consequences of your citation/arrest and they are certainly not your advocate.
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Obviously please consult an attorney before making a decision to make sure that work for your current situation and state.
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I like how OP says "we sued him" suggesting that this was a civil claim (since its up to the district attorney to pursue criminal charges).
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I know it probably won't be of much help but, I know a really good attorney who could help make sure all this will have some benefit for you."
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Not sure why I'm being downvoted, I'm just a blue collar Marijuana Attorney trying to give advice to my 420-bros.
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I'm supposing this is why the Trustee's attorney said the Trust was not considered invalid, just very hard to interpret, and if an attorney had at least looked it over and guided the Grantor, all the T's would have been crossed and I's dotted.
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Her attorney backed off after my attorney sent him the copies of the checks, a certified copy of the support agreement, and a spreadsheet I created detailing all of the payments.
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It sucked having to re-hire my divorce attorney, but it was worth the cost just to get rid of her.
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I think most detectives (as well as attorneys, judges, psychologists) would agree that eye witness accounts are generally unreliable regardless of whether or not the different stories match up or contradict each other.
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Although, as Tom Leykis says "you never lose money hiring a good attorney."
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So, attorney, attorney, attorney...
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But from the perspective of regulators, hospital administrators, insurance companies, doctors, attorneys, tax advisers, accountants, drug companies, bankers, or managers of any company providing insurance benefits, it is not simple at all.
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I'm stuck working for the Feds in a shit attorney job for 9.5 more years.
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If that's the case, she could deny the interview instead of acting like she is reading questions pre-written by Jay's attorney or Urick.
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Untrue that it will not be admissable, especially in a civil case or if the recording is handed off to a state's attorney general to investigate and request the company's compliance in resolving the issue.
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I'm not a Texas attorney but you should be able to clear this up with one.....
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Also, this Trust was not signed by an attorney.
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In addition, it seems like Adnan's trial attorney wasn't effective in showing Jay was not very credible.
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Attorneys representing toilets have called and are going to sue the shit out of you for that libelous remark.
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I'd really like to have a word with your supervisors with my Attorney present.
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Thankfully my other buddy is a hell of a DUI attorney.
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Take away the prejudice set into the prosecution, have doubts that Jay is telling the whole truth and you are left with some cell tower testimony in an age when few had cell phones and understood more than charges and roaming, testimony that is conflicting and a defense attorney that the jury said they didn't like.
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Second child should certainly at least speak to an attorney.
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If you call around to some attorneys who specialize in estate planning, you should be able to find one who will give a free consultation of 30-60 minutes.
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Talk to your attorney if you're unclear.
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Get an attorney and ask about filing a preliminary injunction based on a theory of trespass.
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It was a real non sequiter to just start talking about the Attorney at Law on my paticular comment.
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My father in law, who is the most soft-spoken, honest man I know, served as the attorney for a mother whose child had been accidentally burned while messing around in the kitchen while she was cooking.
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I understand that for you this is very urgent but I can assure you that what the attorney had done so far is much more than the minimum.
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Most are excellent attorneys.
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Again, if you believe that you will get better results with another attorney, that is your right, but you may be jumping the gun a bit here.
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Most people like DUI defense attorneys say to submit to the tests - you agree to submit to them as part of being a driver and will lose your license.
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Plus the field tests are so flawed that a good attorney will probably get you out of a 0.04 - 0.07, the equipment can be shown to be inaccurate.
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I fought hard and even hired an attorney with NORML.
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I may be jumping the gun and feeling as if the attorney is doing nothing when he may be doing all he can given the time period in which he has done what he has.
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Edit: It has occurred to me that you may mean the recent allegations of child abuse, on which my attorney has advised me not to comment.
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His defense attorney is usually present so that doesn't happen.
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There is no way anybody here can do a complete review of all the evidence and testimony that was entered into the record, but it may be worth it to you to consult with an employment attorney.
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Based only on what you say, an attorney is going to help by negotiating a plea.
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He was assigned a public defender, why do you think he doesn't already have a criminal defense attorney?
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It's been 10 days, the attorney has obtained the police report (which is surprising if it's still a pending investigation) and investigated possible defenses.
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That sounds like a pretty competent attorney.
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He is, of course, free to get another attorney, but I'm not sure why he would want to.
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