forsvare, advokere, appelere
Verb(1) appeal or request earnestly(2) offer as an excuse or plea(3) enter a plea, as in courts of law(4) make an allegation in an action or other legal proceeding, especially answer the previous pleading of the other party by denying facts therein stated or by alleging new facts
(1) The unhappy partner had to petition the legislature or court to plead his or her case.(2) In the courtroom, the German judge read the charges and asked me in which court I wished to plead my case: German or American.(3) My mother particularly thought I'd make a very good barrister, and you know, do I think I could plead a case in court?(4) If she wants to plead good reason on this occasion, she also needs to apologise.(5) Phil gets to live on beyond this, and with his history of rather public instability, he is pretty well set up to plead insanity.(6) It is interesting to note, lest anyone should plead passage of time, that the court stipulated that sentences were to run from February 4, 1999.(7) So if the excisable good in question were alleged to be brandy, how would the pleader plead the nature of those goods?(8) I thought you had conceded earlier that as originally framed, it would not have been appropriate to expect the accused to plead guilty to that charge.(9) A court should only grant a motion for particulars where they are necessary for the moving party to plead and the particulars are not within the knowledge of the moving party.(10) The couple went to court in October to plead poverty and beg for financial mercy.(11) As counsel for the Bank has pointed out, the Statement of Defence does not plead unconscionability.(12) But the various cities and counties have continued to plead poverty in the hope of receiving aid from central government.(13) I notice that the Commonwealth, by its defence, does not plead any statute of limitations.(14) When he saw Monica's car, he'd flag it down, plead engine trouble and ask if Corbett could drive him.(15) the idea that in public relations work someone is paid to plead a special case is disliked(16) How can one plead ignorance in the presence of this massive and continuous universal call?
(1) plead guilty :: erklære sig skyldig
1. beg ::
2. implore ::
3. entreat ::
4. appeal to ::
5. supplicate ::
6. importune ::
7. petition ::
8. request ::
9. ask ::
10. call on ::
11. beseech ::
Different Formsplead, pleaded, pleader, pleaders, pleading, pleadings, pleads
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