Amicus in a Sentence 🔊

Definition of Amicus

a “friend of the court” who is not actually involved in a case as a party but who serves as an advisor

Examples of Amicus in a sentence

Amicus briefs were filed by court attendees wanting to add their two cents on the case. 🔊

Because he isn’t directly related to the case, Mr. Martin was labeled an Amicus by the appointed attorneys. 🔊

Serving as an amicus, the lawyer had no dealings with the case other than to give his expert opinion on the matter. 🔊

Although the attorney who filed the amicus brief wasn’t a party of the lawsuit, he wanted his opinion to be heard by the court.  🔊

The judge allowed the pro bono attorney to help out as an amicus and advise on how to move forward.  🔊

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