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  • 161Attorney-General for Ireland — The Attorney General for Ireland was an Irish and then (from the Act of Union 1800) United Kingdom government office. The holder was senior to the Solicitor General for Ireland, and advised the Crown on Irish legal matters. With the establishment …

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  • 162Attorney General of Alabama — The Attorney General of Alabama is an elected, constitutional officer of the State of Alabama. The office of the Attorney General is located at the state capitol in Montgomery, Alabama. Henry Hitchcock was elected Alabama s first attorney general …

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  • 163Attorney General in Brazil — In Brazil the Attorney General is the head of the federal prosecution office, called Ministério Público da União , an autonomous agency in charge of criminal prosecution, the defense of minorities interests, the environment, and the protection of …

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  • 164Attorney General of Colombia — The Office of the Attorney General of Colombia (Spanish for Fiscalía General de la Nación ) is a Colombian institution part of the Colombian judicial branch of Government with administrative autonomy designed to prosecute offenders, investigate… …

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  • 165Attorney-General of Singapore — The Attorney General of Singapore is the legal adviser to the government of the Republic of Singapore and its public prosecutor.The office was founded in 1867 as the chief legal officer of the British crown colony of the Straits Settlements. The… …

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  • 166Attorney General of New Mexico — The New Mexico Attorney General s Office is overseen by the Attorney General of New Mexico, an elected executive officer of the state. The AG serves as head of the New Mexico Department of Justice and is required to be a licensed attorney. In New …

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  • 167Law Enforcement Alliance of America — The Law Enforcement Alliance of America (LEAA) is a non profit, non partisan, conservative gun rights corporation in the United States, headquartered just outside of Washington, D.C. in Springfield, Virginia.cite book last = Bickerstaff first =… …

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  • 168Attorney's Fee Awards — The order of payment of the attorney fees from one party to another party. In the U.S., each party in a legal case typically pays for his/her own attorney fees, but in some cases courts can order the losing side to pay for the winning party s… …

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  • 169law officer — noun an officer of the law (Freq. 1) • Syn: ↑lawman, ↑peace officer • Hypernyms: ↑defender, ↑guardian, ↑protector, ↑shielder • …

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  • 170Attorney General of Maryland — The Attorney General of Maryland is the chief legal officer of the State of Maryland in the United States and is elected by the people every four years with no term limits. To run for the office a person must be a citizen of and qualified voter… …

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  • 171Attorney-General of Western Australia — The Attorney General of Western Australia is the member of the Government of Western Australia responsible for maintenance and improvement of Western Australia s system of law and justice. Before the advent of representative government in 1870,… …

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  • 172Attorney General — noun 1. the person who holds the position of secretary of the Justice Department (Freq. 1) Edmund Randolph was the first Attorney General, appointed by President Washington • Syn: ↑United States Attorney General, ↑US Attorney General • Hypernyms …

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  • 173Law and government of Missouri — The government of the U.S. state of Missouri is organized into the state government and local government, including county government, and city and municipal government. Missouri Government Governor of Missouri Jay Nixon (D) Lieutenant Governor… …

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  • 174Law and government of West Virginia — The capital and seat of government in West Virginia is the city of Charleston, located in the southwest area of the state. Legislative Branch The West Virginia Legislature is bicameral, consisting of the House of Delegates and the Senate. It is a …

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  • 175attorney — [14] Attorney was formed in Old French from the prefix a ‘to’ and the verb torner ‘turn’. This produced the verb atorner, literally ‘turn to’, hence ‘assign to’ or ‘appoint to’. Its past participle, atorne, was used as a noun with much the same… …

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  • 176attorney —   n. accredited agent in law or finance; solicitor; American, counsel or solicitor.    ♦ power of attorney, authorization to act as agent.    ♦ Attorney General, chief law officer of Crown.    ♦ attorneyship, n …

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  • 177attorney — [14] Attorney was formed in Old French from the prefix a ‘to’ and the verb torner ‘turn’. This produced the verb atorner, literally ‘turn to’, hence ‘assign to’ or ‘appoint to’. Its past participle, atorne, was used as a noun with much the same… …

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  • 178Law review — Not to be confused with judicial review. A law review is a scholarly journal focusing on legal issues, normally published by an organization of students at a law school or through a bar association.[1] The term is also used to describe the… …

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  • 179Law Merchant — The Law Merchant is a legal system used by merchants in medieval Europe, including England. Rather than being the result of the edict of a final authority, it was evolved based on common usage.OriginsThe Law Merchant, or Lex Mercatoria , was… …

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  • 180Law of the British Virgin Islands — The law of the British Virgin Islands is a combination of common law and statute, and is based heavily upon English law.Law in the British Virgin Islands tends to be a combination of the very old and the very new. As a leading offshore financial… …

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