Advice, in a legal sense, is the view; opinion; the counsel given by lawyers to their clients. An opinion expressed as to wisdom of future conduct.
To Advise is to give an opinion or counsel, or recommend a plan or course of action; also to give notice.
A qualification authorizing a person to act as an advocate under the provisions of the Courts and Legal Services Act 1990. There are separate qualifications for different levels of the court system, but the rights of those already entitled to appear as advocates at any level of the system at the time when the Act…
An advocate is a barrister or a solicitor who is representing either you or another party in a hearing before a Court.
An Affidavit is a written statement voluntarily made by an affiant under an oath or affirmation administered by a person authorised to do so by law.
An Affirmation is a declaration by a witness that has no religious belief or has religious beliefs that prevent them from making an oath.
Solemnly promising to tell the truth when giving evidence. It is an alternative to swearing an oath when the person giving evidence does not wish to.
Affray is an instance of group fighting in a public place that disturbs the peace.
Describing something which has been said or referred to before in the document.
The age at which a person can legally consent to sexual intercourse, or to an act that would otherwise constitute sexual assault. This age is 16.