bargyfreithwyr, bargyfreithiwr, fargyfreithiwr, fargyfreithwyr, margyfreithiwr, margyfreithwyr
Noun(1) a British or Canadian lawyer who speaks in the higher courts of law on behalf of either the defense or prosecution
(1) If there is anybody who knows an honest barrister or solicitor that can help me with my defence and so, please let me know.(2) You are the first barrister without a solicitor that has ever appeared in front of me.(3) This is not dissimilar to charges of professional misconduct as a barrister or solicitor.(4) Instead I started by approaching solicitors and barristers known to me to seek access to their clients.(5) The Group can also receive payments from panel solicitors, barristers and mobile doctors.(6) There is no reason to fear a flood of negligence suits against barristers .(7) He was grilled in the witness box for 15 days by the prosecution and defence barristers on the issue.(8) So both barristers and judges have to be very careful that they deal with juries in a way that helps them to deal with the subject matter.(9) We contend there is available insurance for barristers and solicitor advocates.(10) So what is it about politics that attracts so many solicitors and barristers ?(11) The BBC reports that the judge and the barristers removed their wigs and gowns to make the courtroom less intimidating.(12) Francis had used five different firms of solicitors and six defence barristers .(13) A further 50 questionnaires were sent to commercial and construction barristers .(14) Should you be able to sue barristers and solicitors who are negligent in acting for you in a legal case?(15) The two sides of the profession, barristers and solicitors, continue to exist, and both have expanded numerically.(16) They may be inclined to agree to suggestions put to them by others, or, indeed, by barristers in the courtroom.
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