pretrial order

Definition of "pretrial order"
  1. A direction from the court that outlines decisions, agreed-on terms, and other steps taken during a pretrial meeting
How to use "pretrial order" in a sentence
  1. The judge issued a pretrial order to clarify what had been decided during the pretrial conference.
  2. As laid out in the pretrial order, both parties agreed to certain stipulations before the actual trial.
  3. The defense attorney carefully reviewed the pretrial order before preparing for the upcoming court session.

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