direct attack

Definition of "direct attack"
  1. It's a conscious challenge to a court's decision within a legal proceeding. Its aim is to modify or overrule the previous judgment
How to use "direct attack" in a sentence
  1. The defendant launched a direct attack in appellate court to correct the trial court's judgement.
  2. If a direct attack is successfully made on a judgement, it can lead to the judgement being overturned entirely.
  3. In some cases, a direct attack may be the only means to correct a substantial error in judgment.

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