appointed counsel

appointed counsel

noun appointed attorney, appointed co-counsel, appointed counsel, appointed counsel representing a party, appointed legal adversary, appointed legal counsel, appointed legal opponent, appointed legal representative, appointed litigating attorney, appointed littgating counsel, appointed litigation attorney, appointed litigation counsel, appointed litigator
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Convicts, if rendered indigent by the forfeiture, are entitled to appointed counsel for their initial appeal, the 4th Circuit said.
KARACHI -- Turkey's newly appointed Counsel General in Karachi, Tolga Ucak said that Pakistan needs to increase the number of quality hotels and more importantly, bring down hotel fares in order to boost tourism in the country.
Given this and the fact that the victim was yet again present and ready to testify which forced her to once against relive the trauma of the events that victimized her and both the Commonwealth and Reyes appointed counsel were prepared to proceed, the court cannot say that it was an abuse of discretion to deny Reyes motion to continue.
The Supreme Court held that, because appellant did not have a review on direct appeal, the postconviction court erred when it denied appellants request for appointed counsel for postconviction proceedings.
State appointed counsel for BNP senior vice chairman Tarique Rahman today concluded placing arguments for his fugitive client in the August 21 grenade attack case of 2004, reports BSS.
The district court then ruled that the city had not demonstrated how Tokio Marine's reservation of rights as to the definition of the insured location required appointed counsel.
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48) Indicted for robbery, Betts' request for court-appointed counsel was denied by the state trial judge because the county only appointed counsel for defendants on trial for rape or murder.
Initial briefs, including those filed pursuant to subdivision (g)(2)(A), shall be served within 30 days of service transmission of the record or designation of appointed counsel, whichever is later.
47) Those elements are balanced against each other, and then weighed against the presumption that the right to appointed counsel only exists where the indigent's personal freedom is at stake.
Questions were raised on the court premises as to who would represent the state in this case as the Lieutenant Governor's appointed counsel and the Delhi government's counsel locked horns over representing the state in the matter.