feigned issue definition

  • adjective:
    • a problem produced in a pretended activity between two functions for the true purpose of attempting before a jury a concern of-fact which it becomes necessary to settle within the development of a reason.
    • a concern manufactured in a pretended activity between two events for the purpose of trying before a jury a concern of fact which it is needed to be in inside progress of an underlying cause.
    • a problem manufactured in a pretended action between two events for the intended purpose of trying before a jury a question of fact which it will become necessary to settle when you look at the progress of a cause.
    • a problem produced in a pretended action between two events for the intended purpose of attempting before a jury a question of-fact which it is needed to settle within the progress of a reason.
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