Definition of "interrogatories"
  1. Written questions provided by one party to another during pretrial discovery, which must be truthfully answered under oath or penalty of perjury within a certain timeframe
How to use "interrogatories" in a sentence
  1. The lawyer prepared a set of interrogatories to understand the other party's standpoint.
  2. She spent the weekend responding to the interrogatories sent by the opposing legal team.
  3. Using form interrogatories, they expedited the process of gathering necessary information in the case.

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