counsel for the prosecution

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  • The senior counsel for the prosecution was on his feet in a moment. Cited from Stories by Modern American Authors: Scribners Ed.
  • He'd call on the counsel for the prosecution, wouldn't you, Howard? Cited from Captain Brassbound's Conversion by G. Bernard Shaw
  • So the chief counsel for the prosecution spoke of the prisoner, standing helpless before him at the Bar. Cited from The Law and the Lady, by Wilkie Collins
  • They and counsel for the prosecution would credit no explanation. Cited from Stories of the Border Marches, by John Lang and Jean Lang
  • And now slowly rose the counsel for the prosecution. Cited from Lewie, by Cousin Cicely
  • Oaks, who seemed to have taken upon himself the duties of counsel for the prosecution, held up his hand to procure silence. Cited from The Triple Alliance, by Harold Avery
  • For nearly a quarter of a century it might almost have been contended that I was one of the leading counsel for the prosecution. Cited from A Century of Wrong, by F.W. Reitz
  • All this being now settled, the court was declared open, and the counsel for the prosecution was requested to proceed with the case. Cited from Gaut Gurley, by D. P. Thompson
  • But a counsel for the prosecution must always appear to the accused and his friends like a hound running down his game, and anxious for blood. Cited from Phineas Redux, by Anthony Trollope
  • The counsel for the prosecution finished his speech. Cited from Lewis Rand, by Mary Johnston
  • When Morgan's examination was over, the counsel for the prosecution addressed the court. Cited from The Loyalists, Vol. 1-3, by Jane West
  • The counsel for the prosecution and the defence were both equally eminent and able. Cited from Black Baronet; or, The Chronicles Of Ballytrain, by William Carleton
  • Counsel for the prosecution stated to the court that he had a new and important witness, and got permission to introduce this further evidence. Cited from The Case of Jennie Brice, by Mary Roberts Rinehart
  • Judge North acted openly as counsel for the prosecution in this trial. Cited from Prisoner for Blasphemy, by G. W. Foote
  • The counsel for the prosecution sat down, and Anstey rose to cross-examine. Cited from The Red Thumb Mark, by R. Austin Freeman
  • The counsel for the prosecution had given them his theory as to the actions of the prisoner, but he believed that that theory was altogether wide of the truth. Cited from Through the Fray, by G. A. Henty
  • It was most important, continued counsel for the prosecution that the jury should fix these dates accurately in their minds. Cited from The Blotting Book, by E. F. Benson
  • The counsel for the prosecution will tell you that every fact in this melancholy case stabs the prisoner, and that facts cannot lie. Cited from At the Mercy of Tiberius, by Augusta Evans Wilson
  • In certain jurisdictions, police prosecutors are employed by the police, as counsel for the prosecution, to present cases in court.
  • But the most that can be done is to take what the counsel for the prosecution have brought forward, and to examine it as strictly as can now be possible. Cited from Claverhouse, by Mowbray Morris
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