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noun as in accuser

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noun as in district attorney

noun as in plaintiff

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noun as in prosecution

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Over the last year, the San Diego Police Department has written more than 150 tickets, but city prosecutors have yet to file charges.

Plofchan argued that the federal prosecutors didn’t address the two issues pending before the court — whether Caldwell, an ailing 66-year-old, is a flight risk or a danger to the community.

Federal prosecutors are considering whether to file sedition charges against some of the accused rioters, the Associated Press reported.

If he won his race to become top prosecutor in Bradford County, he allegedly told her, he could make her DUI charge go away.

They appealed, and in 1972 a court overturned the convictions in a decision that criticized conduct by the judge and the prosecutor.

Prosecutor Alessandro Leopizzi wasted no time in repeating the transcript to ask Schettino to confirm his words.

Prosecutor Michael Guarino has since publicly apologized to Biafra.

The Prosecutor and the Snitch By Maurice Possley - The Marsall Project Did Texas execute an innocent man?

The special operations unit provided cover for unarmed Berkut, acting Deputy Prosecutor General Aleksey Baganets told reporters.

Prosecutor Renee Hrivnak recommended probation, not jail time—surely part of the plea deal as well.

The agents of the Public Prosecutor never came there for food for the guillotine.

The Public Prosecutor regarded this as libellous, and actually brought an action for libel against the philanthropic gentleman.

The gentleman thereupon wrote to the Public Prosecutor, blaming him for not having taken action on the first occasion.

The Public Prosecutor, the colonel of the gendarmes, and the governor of the prison were impatiently awaiting us.

This last filled out a response to an imaginary indictment of an officious Crown-Prosecutor.


On this page you'll find 165 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to prosecutor, such as: informer, rat, tattletale, and indicter.

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