regulation·yer  (loi′yər)

One whose career is to provide felony advice and assistance to customers and represent them in court or in different criminal topics.

[Middle English lauier, from regulation, law; see law.]

regulation′yer·ly adj.

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Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014law•yer(ˈlɔ yər, ˈlɔɪ ər)

someone whose career is to represent clients in a court docket of law or to recommend or act for them in different felony subjects.

[1350–1400; Middle English lawyere]

regulation′yer•ly, adj.

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Lawyer is a standard time period for a person who is qualified to recommend people approximately the regulation and represent them in court docket.

Her lawyer changed into offering remaining arguments to the jury.

In Britain, a barrister is a lawyer who speaks in the higher courts of law on behalf of both the prosecution or the defence.

...the barrister who had represented Reed on the criminal trial.

In Scotland, a barrister is normally referred to as an advocate.

...the defence groups, consisting of one Scottish endorse, one Scottish solicitor, and one Libyan lawyer each.

In Britain, a solicitor is a lawyer who offers prison recommendation to clients, prepares felony documents and instances, and in positive limited circumstances may additionally constitute a consumer in courtroom.

Anyone with a legal trouble needed to consult a solicitor.

In America, an attorney is a attorney who acts for someone in a criminal count number and is certified to represent them in court docket.

Blagg has now not met with an legal professional considering the fact that his arrest past due Wednesday night.

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated - a professional person authorized to exercise regulation; conducts proceedings or offers legal advice

law, jurisprudence - the collection of regulations imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes appreciate for the regulation"; "the tremendous trouble for jurisprudence to allow freedom while implementing order"

ambulance chaser - an unethical lawyer who incites coincidence victims to sue

barrister - a British or Canadian attorney who speaks within the higher courts of law on behalf of either the defense or prosecution

conveyancer - a attorney who specializes in the business of conveying residences

divorce lawyer - a lawyer focusing on actions for divorce or annulment

public defender - a legal professional who represents indigent defendants at public cost

referee - an lawyer appointed by means of a courtroom to investigate and record on a case

solicitor - a British attorney who gives felony advice and prepares criminal documents

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noun criminal adviser, lawyer, solicitor, recommend, advocate, barrister, counsellor, criminal representative Prosecution and defense attorneys are expected to deliver ultimate arguments next week.

Quotations"If there had been no terrible people there might be no appropriate legal professionals" [Charles Dickens The Old Curiosity Shop]"I'm trusting in the Lord and a good legal professional" [Oliver North]"I do not want a legal professional to tell me what I can't do; I hire him to tell me how to do what I need to do" [J. Pierpoint Morgan]"Woe unto you, legal professionals! For ye have taken away the key of understanding" Bible: St. Luke"A lawyer along with his briefcase can steal extra than 100 guys with weapons" [Mario Puzo The Godfather]

Proverbs"A guy who's his very own legal professional has a fool for a customer"

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A person who practices law:

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[ˈlɔːjəʳ] N → abogado/a m/fa divorce attorney → un abogado matrimonialista

En el Reino Unido existen dos tipos diferentes de abogados: solicitors y barristers (estos últimos reciben el nombre de advocates en Escocia). Los solicitors defienden a sus clientes ante tribunales de menor importancia y se encargan de asuntos civiles testimonies como l.a. compra o venta de propiedades, testamentos, divorcios o el cobro de deudas, aunque pueden ser contratados directamente por el cliente para que los representen en casos tanto civiles como penales. Por su parte, los barristers o advocates no tratan directamente con sus clientes sino que, en los asuntos legales particulares, asesoran solamente en aquellos casos que les son remitidos por los solicitors, ya que su formación va más bien dirigida para actuar ante el Tribunal Supremo.

Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005lawyer

[ˈlɔɪər ˈlɔːjər] n

(who seems in court docket) → avocat(e) m/fMy mom's a attorney → Ma mère est avocate.

(who deals with sales, wills) → notaire mf

(= criminal professional) → juriste mf

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Collins German Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged seventh Edition 2005. © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1980 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2007lawyer

[ˈlɔːjəʳ] n (in courtroom) → avvocato/essa; (representative) → legale m/f; (for income, wills) → notaioI even have positioned the matter within the arms of my legal professional → ho affidato los angeles questione al mio avvocato

Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995law (loː) noun

1. the gathering of policies consistent with which humans live or a country and many others is governed. Such an motion is a criminal offense; regulation and order.

2. any individual of such policies. A new law has been surpassed through Parliament.

3. (in science) a rule that announces that beneath certain situations positive matters usually take place. the law of gravity.ˈlawful adjective

1. (terrible illegal) allowed by way of law. He was attacked while going about his lawful enterprise.

2. just or rightful. She is the lawful owner of the property.ˈlawfully adverbˈlawless adjective

paying no attention to, and no longer retaining, the law. In its early days, the American West changed into full of lawless guys.ˈlawlessly adverbˈlawlessness nounlawyer (ˈloːjə) noun

someone whose paintings it's miles to understand about and supply advice and help to others regarding the regulation. If you need to make your will, consult a lawyer.ˈlaw-abiding adjective

obeying the regulation. a law- abiding citizen.regulation courtroom (additionally court docket of regulation)

a place wherein human beings accused of crimes are tried and criminal disagreements among people are judged. ˈlawsuit noun

a quarrel or disagreement taken to a courtroom of regulation to be settled. be a law unto oneself

to be inclined now not to obey guidelines or observe the standard customs and conventions. the regulation

the police. The thief become nonetheless within the constructing whilst the law arrived.the regulation of the land

the installed law of a rustic. lay down the law

to nation something in a manner that shows that one expects one's opinion and orders to be widespread with out argument.

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