Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
I think the time has come to get some legal counsel on this.
We've also called on them to allow him to have legal counsel.
"You need legal counsel to get up in the morning."
At the hospital more doctors and legal counsel will be involved.
Once on American soil, they have the right to legal counsel.
"Nearly every artist I know has very expensive legal counsel."
All have access to legal counsel and the right of appeal.
Perhaps he should stop this right now and seek legal counsel.
Maybe the ambassador could help her get good legal counsel.
Maybe I'd be better off appealing to our legal counsel.
"Do you wish to have legal counsel present during this interview?"
For eight months, they were denied the opportunity of legal counsel.
"However, I think you should make the determination whether to have legal counsel present or not."
They have the right to legal counsel and to representation in a court of law.
He would continue to be Microsoft's lead legal counsel for nearly 25 years.
The high court had recognized the importance of legal counsel.
Patients may be represented by legal counsel at the hearing.
"The fact that they consulted with legal counsel was an important step."
And the deputy legal counsel is to look at every check of any size.
It has still not hired an executive director and legal counsel.
There was a fair amount of paid professional legal counsel involved.
Rights groups criticised the move, saying they had little access to legal counsel.
"The result ironically would be less access to sound legal counsel."
She always represented herself and conducted all her cases without legal counsel.
The four were denied access to legal counsel until just before the trial.
That same year she played opposite John Barrymore in Counsellor at Law.
She participated in Counsellor at Law (1933) with John Barrymore.
Counsellor at Law is a 1933 American drama film directed by William Wyler.
I have identified Mr. John Garrideb, Counsellor at Law.
He arrived in Hollywood during the early talkie years, where he appeared in William Wyler's 1933 film Counsellor at Law.
He bequeathed it to his nephew, Thomas Golding of Ryarsh, who sold it to John Brewer, counsellor at law.
Mr. John Garrideb, Counsellor at Law, was a short, powerful man with the round, fresh, clean-shaven face characteristic of so many American men of affairs.
He was described in old documents as "Counsellor at Law, and one of the judges of the Western Circuit in the reign of King Charles I".
John Garrideb, Counsellor at Law, Moorville, Kansas, U.S.A." Holmes smiled as he looked at the card.
George Archainbaud directed and the film could more or less be considered a warm up for Barrymore when he later went to Universal to film the similar Counsellor at Law.
ELIZABETH PLAYHOUSE "Counsellor at Law."
Amos Leavitt Taylor attended college at Brown, graduating in 1901 with a Bachelor of Arts degree, then moved to Boston and worked at Adams & Blinn, Counsellors at Law for the next 60 years.
Taylor was the son of Richard Taylor, counsellor at law, of Grymsbury, Bolnhurst, Bedfordshire and his wife Elizabeth Boteler daughter of William Boteler of Biddenham, Bedfordshire.
Among his directorial credits at the Quaigh, where he shortened his given name to Will, are "Street Scene," "Counsellor at Law," "Dead End," "Darkness at Noon" and "Livingstone and Sechele."
Katherine was baptized at St. Matthews parish in Ipswich, Suffolk on 10 December 1615, the daughter of Robert Hamby and Elizabeth Arnold, her father being a "counsellor at law in Ipswich, in England."
The Peccadillo Theater company, which normally specializes in revivals of neglected American plays like "The Shanghai Gesture" and "Counsellor at Law," will do something different when it presents the world premiere of a musical, "Talk of the Town."
After this resignation, he worked as a lawyer and a legal counsellor.
In 1990 her application to become a legal counsellor (solicitor) was approved.
This is the case in particular with the proposals on representation by a legal counsellor and the right to a retrial.
Suspects had been brought in for questioning on three of the other unsolved murders; with them had come their legal counsellors.
In addition to the executive director, the organization also has a counsellor for victims of discrimination, a legal counsellor and a communication and research officer.
From 1929 - 1931 he spent his university holidays as a legal counsellor to the local NSDAP-Ortsgruppenleiter.
He was the first secretary of Serbia's Governing Council, and Karađorđe's legal counsellor, who helped establish a centralized constitutional civil government (which lasted until 1813).
Arafat meanwhile nominated one of his legal counsellors Qusai Othman Abadla as president of the future Palestinian supreme court.
He is supported by a team of Deputy Legal Advisers, Legal Counsellors and Assistant Legal Advisers.
The 8th Count is the Legal Counsellor of the Household and family of King Juan Carlos I of Spain.
Miss Elizabeth Susan Wilmshurst, lately Legal Counsellor, UK Mission to the United Nations, New York.
It also has a second implication which has not up to now been the case under our existing legislation: in all three cases the legal counsellor or lawyer would be committing a criminal offence.
Eileen, Mrs. Denza, lately Legal Counsellor, Office of the United Kingdom Permanent Representative to the E.C Brussels.
Appointed legal counsellor to the Central Bureau for the Emigration of Jews, he participated in the arrest, internment, and expulsion, for a ransom of several million dollars, of Baron Louis de Rothschild.
She is, since 1989, legal counsellor of the Medical Rehabilitation Centre for Torture Victims, an NGO based in Athens affiliated with the International Rehabilitation Council for Torture Victims.
Previously, she was a Senior Legal Adviser in the Office of the Irish Attorney General and Legal Counsellor at the Irish Permanent Representation to the European Union in Brussels.
The Secretary's offices are divided UnderSecretary for Foreign Relations, Latin America and the Caribbean, North America, Multilateral Affairs and Human Rights, Economic Relations and International Coopertation and for the Legal Counsellor.
After the war, Schlabrendorff was admitted to the Protestant Order of Saint John (Bailiwick of Brandenburg), in which he served as Captain of the Order (legal counsellor to the Herrenmeister, head of the Order) from 1957 to 1964.
They signed in the presence of their attorneys, and then both parties, accompanied by their legal counsellors, crossed the street to the main branch of the Dominion Colonial and Overseas Bank where the cheque of Zeederberg Bros was presented and duly honoured by the manager.
The new Recital 16 says that there is an obligation to report suspicions "if the legal counsellor is taking part in money laundering activities, the legal advice is provided for money laundering purposes, or the lawyer knows that the client is seeking legal advice for money laundering purposes".
Upon leaving the Army, he was appointed Assistant Legal Adviser to the Foreign Office in 1947 and was involved in drafting of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and became Legal Counsellor to the UK Permanent Mission to the UN in 1954.
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