In a British court of law, the free/hired legal representation. Often used to point out discrepancies between what the representation said and what the evidence or testimony claimed.

Can be used for defence or prosecution lawyers.
Your honour, you may be so kind to notice that my learned friend made several incorrect assumptions early in this case, and based on her uncertainty over these matters, that what she said be stricken from the record.
by Gumba Gumba April 11, 2004

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