legal fraud

Definition of "legal fraud"
  1. A form of indirect deception or dishonest action in a legal situation, often considered equivalent to constructive fraud
How to use "legal fraud" in a sentence
  1. The attorney was accused of legal fraud when he intentionally misled his client about the nature of the contractual agreement.
  2. Legal fraud can result in serious consequences, including disbarment for practicing lawyers.
  3. Suspicions of legal fraud arose when the witnesses' testimonies seemed to have been manipulated.

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