opening statement definition

  • noun:
    • In adversarial legal systems, a statement made by an event at the beginning of an effort or similar factfinding proceeding, in which that celebration lays out their particular case, generally speaking such as the things of-fact which they plan to show and to some degree showing the rhetorical arguments for the reason why they need to prevail.
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