Common misspellings for attorney:
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Definition of attorney:
- In the most general sense this term denotes an agent or substitute, or one who is appointed and authorized to act in the place or stead of another. In re Ricker, 60 N. H. 207, 29 Atl. 559, 24 L. R. A. 740; Eichelberger v. Sifford, 27 Md. 320. It is “an ancient English word, and signifies one that is set in the turn, stead, or place of another; and of these some be private * * * and some be publike, as attorneys at law.” Co. Litt. 516, 128a; Britt 2856. One who is appointed by another to do something in his absence, and who has authority to act in the place and turn of him by whom he is delegated. When used with reference to the proceedings of courts, or the transaction of business in the courts, the term always means “attorney at law,” q. v. And see People v. May, 3 Mich. 605; Kelly v. Herb, 147 Pa. 503, 23 Atl. 889; Clark v. Morse, 16 La. 576.
- To perform by proxy; to employ as a proxy.
- a professional person authorized to practice law; conducts lawsuits or gives legal advice
- A substitute; a proxy; an agent.
- One who is legally appointed by another to transact any business for him; an attorney in fact.
- A legal agent qualified to act for suitors and defendants in legal proceedings; an attorney at law.
- A lawyer or legal representative; one legally qualified to act for another in the transaction of private business.
- One legally authorized to act for another: one legally qualified to manage cases in a court of law: a solicitor: a solicitor or attorney prepares cases and does general law business, while a barrister pleads before the courts:- pl. ATTORNEYS.
- One who acts for another; a lawyer.
- One empowered to act for another; a lawyer.