gag order

Definition of "gag order"
  1. A judicial command preventing those involved in a lawsuit or criminal case from discussing it publicly or with the press
How to use "gag order" in a sentence
  1. The judge issued a gag order to prevent any potential disruption of the trial's fairness.
  2. Due to the media frenzy surrounding the case, a gag order was deemed necessary.
  3. To maintain the integrity of the investigation, a gag order has been placed on all parties involved.

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