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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Alkanshree Dahar was appointed counsel for Indian Oil Corporation for its Jamnagar Pipeline Refinery Project.
The result of this widespread dereliction, obviously taken more seriously now than before, is predictable and deeply regrettable: testy, time-consuming, sometimes even demeaning exchanges between judges and non-paying indigent criminal defendants (and their appointed counsel) as the issue is addressed in open court.
Reports said that even prosecutors were not appearing in the courts and in some cases advocates who were appointed counsel for accused also declined to appear.
In accordance with the Missouri Supreme Court rule that governs such relief Rule 29.15 a judge appointed counsel to assist Stewart with his motion.
I am very honored to receive this award, but I need to share it with the hundreds of public defenders and appointed counsel who lead by example every day."
law, yet most immigrants do not have the right to appointed counsel and many cannot afford an attorney.
The plaintiff was appointed counsel as to claims not dismissed.
A report said: "In light of the revised masterplan and the comments raised by appointed counsel and your designer, ecologist and arborist, the local planning authority does not intend to defend reason two.
This Article will demonstrate that education is a fundamental right and that the dangers presented by the loss of education, even a temporary loss, are so great that New York must adopt a constitutional amendment providing for a right to appointed counsel when students face the loss of their education interest.
Striking a better balance than Pruitt benefits judges and defendants by relieving the burdens imposed by the high volume of prisoner civil rights cases with appointed counsel. It also benefits the community by more efficiently distributing pro bono hours.
A state appellate court has reversed a state Supreme Court decision that denied appointed counsel for an unemployed man facing potential jail time for allegedly violating a child custody order.
SOURCE OF APPOINTED COUNSEL'S PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES 6