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  • v. To exercise one's right to legal representation, especially on the occasion of refusing to answer law-enforcement officials' questions without the presence of such legal representation.
  • v. To conduct matters in accord with legal formalities or so as to avoid legal risk.
  • v. To arrange in a way reflecting legal advice.


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