Definition of "colloquy"
  1. A dialogue in a court proceeding involving the judge and the accused, typically intended to confirm the accused's comprehension of their rights and the trial process
How to use "colloquy" in a sentence
  1. The judge commenced the colloquy to ensure the defendant was informed of his rights before pleading guilty.
  2. During the colloquy, the judge made sure to clarify the procedures of the trial to the accused.
  3. The defendant expressed her understanding of her rights in the court process during the colloquy with the judge.

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