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When you give counsel or counsel someone, you give advice. If your neighbor is suing you because your dog keeps eating his begonias, you might seek the counsel of a dog trainer or, if that doesnt work, a lawyer.
take counsel in American English to ask for or exchange advice, ideas, or opinions; deliberate; consult.
Both know the law and the legal procedure, but only a counselor understands YOU and YOUR needs, goals, and values. A lawyer is great at reciting the law, whereas a counselor explains how the law applies to your circumstances and provides guidance and strategy.
1 : advice given. 2 : the act of deliberating or consulting took counsel together. 3 plural counsel : a lawyer who represents a person or group in a court of law.
Of Counsel Definition: ABA Formal Opinion 90-357 (1990) 90-357 defines the Of Counsel professional designation as a close, regular, personal relationship with a lawyer or law firm that is other than that of a partner or associate or the equivalent of a partner or associate. ABA Formal Op.
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The right to counsel refers to the right of a criminal defendant to have a lawyer assist in his defense, even if he cannot afford to pay for an attorney. The Sixth Amendment gives defendants the right to counsel in federal prosecutions.
The Federal Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 gives students the right to view their files, including any letters submitted for recommendation. You should waive the right to view the recommendation letters because potential employers and schools may wonder why you feel the need to preview the letter.
A proclamation of innocence is only one reason that some defendants decide to waive their right to an attorney. Some may feel that there is no legal defense for their actions. Still, others decide that the charges arent severe enough to warrant retaining a lawyer.
Benefit of counsel means to have guidance from legal counsel in court, negotiations, or other legal matters. The term often appears in challenges to decisions made by a party without benefit of counsel because the party agreed to unacceptable terms.
transitive verb. If you waive your right to something, such as legal representation, you choose not to have it or do it. He pleaded guilty to the murders of three boys and waived his right to appeal. Synonyms: give up, relinquish, renounce, forsake More Synonyms of waive. transitive verb.

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