absolute defense

Definition of "absolute defense"
  1. A full-proof strategy that entirely eliminates the legal responsibility
How to use "absolute defense" in a sentence
  1. The attorney provided an absolute defense for the accused by presenting undeniable evidence.
  2. In the lawsuit, the legal team used an absolute defense to refute all the charges leveled against their client.
  3. With absolute defense, it's possible to absolve an individual from all liability.

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