Top Definition
A non-existent defence, used by those who mistakenly believe that if a crime is committed in conjunction with others, the charge can be split, thereby reducing one's sentence (has been used in conjunction with the defence bender your honour)
"Bender your Honour! My client was hoping that as he committed the offence with his two mates, they could all split the charge"
(Judge) "throw the defendant in jail!"
by Phil Bailey April 13, 2005
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