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- n. The abstruse jargon of lawyers.
"It is doubtful I would take the time to read through the 100-plus pages of 'lawyerspeak' in a insurance contract," he said
If one tries to read the lawyerspeak in the law texasgalt
While he can be pretty honest on the air, I hear the “lawyerspeak, full of jargon” reaction, too.
It was also suggested that I contact a law school, to see if I can persuade them to help me pro bono lawyerspeak for no charge; I'm going to start that process, but I suspect there might be looong formalities involved.
Then, when asked why she decided to allegedly give Christie Brinkley's husband a right old seeing too, Diana Bianchi's lawyer steps in with this piece of flawless lawyerspeak: I don't think she's in the position to answer that.
Obama's tepid response to the Christmas terrorist attack, steeped in lawyerspeak, is disturbingly consistent with his administration's foolish and perilous policy of pretending the war being waged against us by jihadists, our nation's most serious threat since the Cold War, can be relegated to our criminal justice system.
And, using his lawyerspeak to spew his vitriol, he continuously attacked them and people like me who accept their hard work.
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