Noun(1) a person who brings an action in a court of law
(1) Subsequent board decisions relating to the complaint should be notified to the complainant .(2) The complainant 's credibility is central to the issue of the appellant's guilt.(3) The purpose of the Tribunal is not confined to matters between the complainant and the solicitor.(4) The taxi driver gave evidence that the complainant was crying and upset throughout the journey.(5) The judge then questioned the complainant , asking questions upon the topics which he had been asked to.(6) In the event, no evidence was given by the complainant or the appellant about these matters.(7) Both the complainant and the defendant were in the witness box over two days.(8) The delay was in the complainant not reporting it, not in the prosecution failing to prosecute it.(9) Mr Howell stated he was unsure as to whether the complainant would withdraw his complaint.(10) No evidence was to be called for the defence impugning the complainant 's reliability.(11) He now accepts that a reasonable person would think that his conduct would cause the complainants to fear that violence would be used.(12) The jury had every opportunity to assess the credibility of the witnesses, both complainants and appellant.(13) The appellant knew how he had behaved towards the complainants .(14) All of this activity allegedly took place in the presence of both complainants and the accused.(15) One problem is a justice system that fails young people, both complainants and defendants.(16) It avoided the necessity of both complainants testifying at his trial.
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