solicitor

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In the English legal system, the lawyer who confines his or her practice to meeting and advising clients and who (unlike a barrister) does not litigate a matter in a court. This distinction is not observed in US (where all lawyers are called attorneys) and most other countries.

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I didn't realize the guy behind the store was a solicitor until he came up to me and started asking if I would go somewhere private with him.
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If you ever find yourself in the position of facing jail time you must try and get the best solicitor that you can.
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The solicitor was persistent in his efforts to sell but we politely refused because we did not want to be bothered.
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