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Litigation vs. Prosecution

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Litigationnoun

(legal) The conduct of a lawsuit.

‘There is ongoing litigation in this matter.’; ‘This law firm is known for its litigation practice.’; ‘That attorney has been chastised for his litigation behavior.’;

Prosecutionnoun

The act of prosecuting a scheme or endeavor.

‘The prosecution of the war fell to Winston Churchill.’;

Litigationnoun

The act or process of litigating; a suit at law; a judicial contest.

Prosecutionnoun

(legal) The institution of legal proceedings (particularly criminal) against a person.

Litigationnoun

a legal proceeding in a court; a judicial contest to determine and enforce legal rights

Prosecutionnoun

(legal) The prosecuting party.

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Prosecutionnoun

The act or process of prosecuting, or of endeavoring to gain or accomplish something; pursuit by efforts of body or mind; as, the prosecution of a scheme, plan, design, or undertaking; the prosecution of war.

‘Keeping a sharp eye on her domestics . . . in prosecution of their various duties.’;

Prosecutionnoun

The institution and carrying on of a suit in a court of law or equity, to obtain some right, or to redress and punish some wrong; the carrying on of a judicial proceeding in behalf of a complaining party, as distinguished from defense.

Prosecutionnoun

the institution and conduct of legal proceedings against a defendant for criminal behavior

Prosecutionnoun

the lawyers acting for the state to put the case against the defendant

Prosecutionnoun

the continuance of something begun with a view to its completion

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