Solicitor General

Definition of "Solicitor General"
  1. The highest ranking trial attorney in the U.S. Department of Justice responsible for arguing cases, ranking second only to the Attorney General
How to use "Solicitor General" in a sentence
  1. The role of the Solicitor General is pivotal for ensuring a fair trial.
  2. The Solicitor General presented a compelling argument in the case.
  3. After years of dedicated service, he was elevated to the position of Solicitor General.

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