from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not having counsel or advice. Wrongly counseled; led into error.
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And use of an uncounseled felony conviction as the basis for imposing a civil firearms disability, enforceable by criminal sanction, is not inconsistent with Burgett v.
That accomplishes nothing, and leaves the boy untutored, uncounseled, undisciplined.
That these factors may combine to overwhelm an uncounseled parent is evident from the findings some courts have made.
"The burden of rule falls heavy on the uncounseled," the old man intoned with due solemnity.
"[T] he reasons for prohibiting the interrogation of an uncounseled prisoner who has asked for the help of a lawyer are even stronger after he has been formally charged with an offense than before."
We’re losing uncounseled fair uses, by citizens who don’t have institutions backing them up.
He went no to say, "Every investigator working closely on this case knows better than to disclose out of context snippets of an uncounseled interrogation of a juvenile.