prosecutor Renee Hrivnak recommended probation, not jail time—surely part of the plea deal as well.
prosecutor Joe McGettigan delivered a folksy and powerful opening statement, also standing just six feet in front of the jury box.
prosecutor Walgren may believe the photos show his victim in a sympathetic light.
prosecutor Michael Guarino has since publicly apologized to Biafra.
prosecutor Joe McGettigan prompted him forward in the narrative.
“My appointment with the prosecutor is at ten-thirty,” said Mr. Parker briskly.
Our prosecutor was admirable—and that Etchepare is the lowest swine.
prosecutor Black asked the witness what were the preparations made by the men on the boat.
prosecutor followed, stopped her, and said, 'I've got you now.'
The prosecutor was again informed, and cited him to appear a third time.
1590s, from Medieval Latin prosecutor, agent noun from prosequi (see prosecute). Specific legal sense of "one who brings a case in a court of law" is from 1620s; earlier such a person was a promoter (late 15c.). Related: Prosecutorial.