final argument

Definition of "final argument"
  1. The last advocacy presented to the decision-maker in a case, either a jury or judge, following the conclusion of the evidential part of the trial
How to use "final argument" in a sentence
  1. The defense lawyer gave a persuasive final argument, summarizing the evidence in favor of the accused.
  2. After all the evidences were presented, the prosecutor delivered a powerful final argument to the jury.
  3. The final argument of the case was framed meticulously by the attorney detailing his client's innocence.

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