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Criminal Defense Definitions
Bar: (n) the segment of the bar in a given area that consists of lawyers who
primarily represent defendants.
Felony: (n) a crime consisting of conduct that presents a serious risk of
potential injury to another or that is punishable by imprisonment for more than
one year used esp. in federal sentencing of career criminals guilty of crimes
involving use of a weapon.
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