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How to Pronounce pleader?

Correct pronunciation for the word "pleader" is [plˈiːdə], [plˈiːdə], [p_l_ˈiː_d_ə].

"Pleader" in context

Pleader is an individual who has the authority and responsibility to represent an individual or organization in a court of law. The pleader must be a licensed attorney and be certified to practice law in the courts in which they are representing their client. Pleaders have the job of representing the legitimate interests of their clients in court proceedings and ensuring that their rights are respected and upheld.

Pleaders need to understand the many laws, statutes, and regulations relevant to their client's case which can vary by jurisdiction. They then need to be prepared to examine evidence, interview witnesses, and prepare arguments that effectively make the client's case in court.

What are similar-sounding words for pleader?

Usage over time for pleader:

This graph shows how "pleader" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

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