- prosecuting attorney,
Origin of prosecutor
Examples from the Web for prosecutor
Prosecutor Alessandro Leopizzi wasted no time in repeating the transcript to ask Schettino to confirm his words.The Costa Concordia’s Randy Reckless Captain Takes the Stand|Barbie Latza Nadeau|December 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Prosecutor Michael Guarino has since publicly apologized to Biafra.
The Prosecutor and the Snitch By Maurice Possley - The Marsall Project Did Texas execute an innocent man?
Prosecutor Renee Hrivnak recommended probation, not jail time—surely part of the plea deal as well.
Prosecutor John Guy had told jurors that it was not, and that it was down to the simple premise of “right and wrong.”
After kissing the Testament with fervour, he turned an unblushing front to the Prosecutor.The Orange Girl|Walter Besant
Gilles cries out that the Prosecutor is a liar and a traitor.
Wasn't that a terrible arraignment of Prosecutor Murgatroyd!The Red Mouse|William Hamilton Osborne
With a gesture, brushing away his tears, the Prosecutor arrested the proceedings.
Prosecutor followed, stopped her, and said, 'I've got you now.'The Book-Hunter in London|William Roberts
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.