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What does the underlined two phrases mean here?
But the center of the argument made by Judge Claibore's Attorney is that the Judge was rail-roaded into prison by over enthusiastic procecution.RegardsSky
To railroad - to convict without a fair trial or on trumped-up charges,
Overenthusiastic - excessively enthusiastic,
Prosecution - the act of pursuing a lawsuit or criminal trial.
Enthusiasm = a feeling of energetic interest in a particular subject or activity and an eagerness to be involved in it. It can be anything - sport, reading, learning English, eating, dancing, philosophy, religion.
In the sentence, it is "over-enthusiastic" = too enthusiastic - taking enthusiasm beyond reasonable limits.