a prisoner who has taught himself or herself law while serving time, is knowledgeable about technical legal matters, and gives legal advice, especially to fellow prisoners.
What Is the Difference Between Attorney and Lawyer? How About Counsel and Counselor?
Lawyer is a general term for a person who gives legal device and aid and who conducts suits in court. What’s the difference between lawyer and attorney? An attorney or, more correctly, an attorney-at-law, is a member of the legal profession who represents a client in court when pleading or defending a case. In the US, attorney applies to any lawyer. The word attorney comes from French meaning ‘one appointed or constituted’ and the word’s …
Five Letter Word For Favorite New York Times Crossword Clues? Witty
While each puzzle offers something unique, with aha moments aplenty, some of the NYT Crossword clues stand out as particularly brilliant and witty. Here are 15 of the best clues the NYT Crossword puzzle has provided over the years ... along with their answers.
Origin of jailhouse lawyer
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