complete defense

Definition of "complete defense"
  1. It's a kind of defense that completely protects the person being accused from being held liable, preventing the person making the accusation from receiving any compensation
How to use "complete defense" in a sentence
  1. The lawyer argued for a complete defense, claiming no liability whatsoever for the defendant.
  2. The evidence provided offered a complete defense for the individuals charged in the lawsuit.
  3. Despite the strong allegations, the compelling evidence led to a complete defense for the individuals involved.

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