Definition of Defense lawyers

1. Noun. The defendant and his legal advisors collectively. "The defense called for a mistrial"

Exact synonyms: Defence, Defense, Defense Team
Generic synonyms: Accumulation, Aggregation, Assemblage, Collection
Derivative terms: Defend
Antonyms: Prosecution



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Literary usage of Defense lawyers

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1. Human Rights Abuses in Algeria: No One Is Spared by Andrew Whitley (1994)
"VIOLATIONS OF THE RIGHT OF DEFENSE Protests by defense lawyers over the conduct ... Discontent among defense lawyers swelled into a massive boycott of the ..."

2. Routine Abuse, Routine Denial: Civil Rights and the Political Crisis in Bahrain by Human Rights Watch/Middle East (1997)
"How and when defense lawyers meet with their clients is of course entirely a matter for them, but the courts will not try any case unless the defendants are ..."

3. Human Rights in Northern Ireland: Congressional Hearing edited by Christopher H. Smith (1999)
"C. Intimidation of defense lawyers The legal setting in Northern Ireland all but ordains that defense lawyers suffer intimidation. ..."

4. Human Rights in Northern Ireland: Congressional Hearing edited by Christopher H. Smith (1999)
"C. Intimidation of defense lawyers The legal setting in Northern Ireland all but ordains that defense lawyers suffer intimidation. ..."

5. A Victory Turned Sour: Human Rights in Kuwait Since Liberation by Middle East Watch (Organization), Middle East Watch (Organization (1991)
"... including state-security courts, with the necessary guarantees for the exercise of the right of defense, including by o appointing of defense lawyers, ..."

6. Human Rights Watch World Report 1997 by Human Rights Watch (Organization), Human Rights Watch Staff (1996)
"According to Bahraini defense lawyers, the majority of these were tried before the State Security Court: some were charged under the penal code and tried in ..."

7. Political Murder and Reform in Colombia: The Violence Continues by Juan E. Méndez, Americas Watch Committee (U.S.) (1992)
"It seems to us that a general distrust of defense lawyers informed the original ... defense lawyers cannot examine or have examined secret witnesses, ..."

8. Crime Or Custom?: Violence Against Women in Pakistan by Samya Burney, Human Rights Watch (Organization, Human Rights Watch (Organization) (1999)
"defense lawyers aggressively use the medicolegal doctor's stated findings to their advantage. Any notations in the medicolegal report, such as "She is used ..."

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