Definición de solicitor general en inglés:

solicitor general

Saltos de línea: so¦lici|tor gen|eral

sustantivo (plural solicitors general)

  • 1(In the UK) the Crown law officer below the Attorney General or (in Scotland) below the Lord Advocate.
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    • Jim Wallace also insisted that Lord Hardie only had a titular role in the Lockerbie case and that prosecution proper was in the capable hands of the former Solicitor General, now Lord Advocate, Colin Boyd QC.
    • In 1733 he married Anne Stewart, who was the daughter of the Solicitor General for Scotland.
    • The Attorney General and the Solicitor General can also be called to sit in on a cabinet meeting; these are currently Lord Goldsmith and Harriet Harman respectively.
  • 1.1(In the US) the law officer below the Attorney General.
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    • In 1998, she successfully ran for Solicitor-General of DeKalb County where she has remained until the present time.
    • The Solicitor General must investigate, charge, and prosecute misdemeanor violations of Georgia Statutes and County Ordinances that occur in the county.

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Palabra del día milord
Pronunciación: mɪˈlɔːd
used to address an English nobleman