adjective law

Definition of "adjective law"
  1. Part of the law that governs the procedures, including the handling of evidence and the way cases are pled and practiced
How to use "adjective law" in a sentence
  1. Legal professionals had to study adjective law in order to understand how to properly handle and present evidence in court.
  2. The attorney was proficient in adjective law, enabling him to navigate and apply legal procedures effectively.
  3. In order to argue the case properly, she needed a firm grasp on the rules and guidelines set out in adjective law.

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