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    Wink defense or defensive

    I want to talk about the lawyer who defenses ,what should I say "The defense lawyer" or "The defensive lawyer",,thanks in instant..:)

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    Re: defense or defensive

    Quote Originally Posted by nada salman View Post
    I want to talk about the lawyer who defensesds ,what should I say "The defense lawyer" or "The defensive lawyer"? Thanks in instantadvance..:)
    Defense lawyer, defense counsel, counsel for the defense ...

    Note that in BrE we write defence

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    Re: defense or defensive

    (... and note the spelling of counsel).

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    Re: defense or defensive

    Oh man...!!! thanks alot..:)

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