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Definition of brief:
- In general. A written document; a letter; a writing in the form of a letter. A summary, abstract, or epitome. A condensed statement of some larger document, or of a series of papers, facts, or propositions. An epitome or condensed summary of the facts and circumstances, or propositions of law, constituting the case proposed to be set up by either party to an action about to be tried or argued. In English practice. A document prepared by the attorney, and given to the barrister, before the trial of a cause, for the instruction and guidance of the latter. It contains, in general, all the information necessary to enable the barrister to successfully conduct their client’s case in court, such as a statement of the facts, a summary of the pleadings, the names of the witnesses, and an outline of the evidence expected from them, and any suggestions arising out of the peculiarities of the case. In American practice. A written or printed document, prepared by counsel to serve as the basis for an argument upon a cause in an appellate court, and usually filed for the information of the court. It embodies the points of law which the counsel desires to establish, together with the arguments and authorities upon which he rests his contention. A brief, within a rule of court requiring counsel to furnish briefs, before argument, implies some kind of statement of the case for the information of the court. Gardner v. Stover, 43 Ind. 356. In Scotch law. Brief is used in the sense of “writ,” and this seems to be the sense in which the word is used in very many of the ancient writers. In ecclesiastical law. A papal rescript sealed with wax. See BOLL.
- To make an abstract or abridgment of; to shorten; as, to brief pleadings.
- To shorten; to make a shortened statement of.
- To epitomize; abridge.
- a condensed written summary or abstract
- a document stating the facts and points of law of a client's case
- A writ issuing from the chancery, directed to any judge ordinary, commanding and authorizing that judge to call a jury to inquire into the case, and upon their verdict to pronounce sentence.
- A letter patent, from proper authority, authorizing a collection or charitable contribution of money in churches, for any public or private purpose.
- A short statement of a case for the instruction of a lawyer.
- A short account of a client's case for the instruction of counsel: a writ: a short statement of any kind.
- A brief statement of a law- case.
- Any short statement, as of a law- case; an epitome.
- A short statement, especially of a client's case for the instruction of counsel in conducting it; a writ summoning a man to answer to any action; a letter patent, authorizing a collection of money in churches for any public or private purpose; a papal letter. In brief, in a few words.
- An abridged writing; an epitome; short written instructions to counsel in conducting a case before a court of law.
- Soon; quickly.
- concise and succinct; " covered the matter in a brief statement"
- Short in duration.
- Concise; terse; succinct.
- Rife; common; prevalent.
- A short concise writing or letter; a statement in few words.
- An epitome.
- An abridgment or concise statement of a client's case, made out for the instruction of counsel in a trial at law. This word is applied also to a statement of the heads or points of a law argument.
- A document used to submit a legal contention or argument to a court. A brief typically sets out the facts of the case and a party's argument as to why she should prevail. These arguments must be supported by legal authority and precedent, such as statutes, regulations and previous court decisions. Although it is usually possible to submit a brief to a trial court ( called a trial brief), briefs are most commonly used as a central part of the appeal process ( an appellate brief). But don't be fooled by the name -- briefs are usually anything but brief, as pointed out by writer Franz Kafka, who defined a lawyer as " a person who writes a 10, 000 word decision and calls it a brief."
- Short: concise.
- Short in time or space; quickly passing; concise; limited.