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gag order

noun as in court order

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Defense attorney Christopher Zampogna, who represents Zabavsky, declined to comment in an email, citing a gag order issued by the court.

During his trial, he was under a gag order, and since he’s been incarcerated, he has been extremely limited in his ability to speak to the public.

From Time

In 2012, at the request of lawyers for the indicted ticket-fixing officers, a Bronx judge issued a gag order blocking the list from being publicly distributed.

They obtained a gag order against the defendant and his lawyers restricting what they could say about the case for several months.

There was initially a gag order on the story in the newspapers.

Those who were cured, who are currently under a gag order due to the pending court case, say Vannoni saved their lives.

He slapped a gag order on Don and Dan, all witnesses, and all investigators.

Under existing rules, only authorized biographies escape the gag order, a restriction that severely downgrades the genre.

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On this page you'll find 2 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to gag order, such as: gag rule, and taboo.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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