sharp practice

Definition of "sharp practice"
  1. Dishonest, unethical actions that are barely legal, particularly performed by a lawyer, and can include threats, misleading information, and misuse of legal process
How to use "sharp practice" in a sentence
  1. The attorney was accused of sharp practice when his ethical behavior came into question.
  2. The court scrutinized the sharp practice evident in the case proceedings.
  3. Disciplinary actions were taken by the state bar association due to the attorney's consistent sharp practice.

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