bill of particulars

Definition of "bill of particulars"
  1. A written document prepared by a plaintiff or prosecutor, detailing the claims or charges against the defendant to aid in forming a defense
How to use "bill of particulars" in a sentence
  1. The prosecutor compiled a bill of particulars to make clear the charges against the defendant.
  2. The defense attorney requested a bill of particulars to better understand the plaintiff's claims.
  3. The bill of particulars provided essential insights into the accusations, helping the defense plan their strategy.

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