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prosecuting attorney

noun attorney general, district attorney, government attorney, people's attorney, prosecution, prosecutor, public prosecutor, state's attorney, U.S. attorney
Associated concepts: criminal law
See also: district attorney, prosecutor
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Both Perry and State Prosecuting Attorney Lisa McMinn appealed that ruling, but for different reasons: Perry wanted both charges, not just one, thrown out, while McMinn objected to the court striking down a part of the Texas penal code that defines coercion.
Farina, prosecuting attorney John Tanner asserted that the "infallible word of God" mandates capital punishment.
27, 2012, the office atmosphere changed after Lin filed to run against Lee for the top prosecuting attorney job in June 2009.
Finn will be required to report all possible episodes of abuse to Daniel White, prosecuting attorney of Clay County, or face prosecution for misdemeanor charges.
ADRIAN Sutil and the prosecuting attorney at the trial of his recent assault case have both appealed against the initial verdict.
Nobody, that is, except Zacharias, and possibly Joan Demarest, who "has good reason to be concerned about the message behind such a parody" because she "was the prosecuting attorney in one of Oregon's most high-profile child murder cases.
It was the type of chicanery prosecuting attorney Reid Schar had in mind with his first question: "You are a convicted liar, correct?
Texas judge Becky Dean-Walker said the suggestion had been 78-year-old prosecuting attorney Kit Bramblett's idea of a joke.
I am also proud to be a prosecuting attorney and, as I have often said this past year, I believe we should all be proud to be prosecutors because as we all know, we are .
Now, nearly two months afterward, the Pittsville County, Virginia, prosecuting attorney has decided not to charge her in the shooting, telling the Register & Bee, "It was self-defense.
According to the prosecuting attorney, this obligation should have been adopted within the framework of the Common Transport Policy (legislative base first pillar) and not within the framework of the third pillar.