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plaintiff

Forensic medicine  A person–eg, a Pt, who initiates a civil action to obtain restitution for injury caused by a negligent/allegedly negligent act
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"The whole of Turkey could become a co-plaintiff in this lawsuit, which concerns the violation of the will and conditional donation [of the forest by AtatE-rk].
Raich and her co-plaintiff sued to block Attorney General John Ashcroft from prosecuting them for federal drug law violations.
A lawyer for Erdoy-an, who was still the prime minister at that time, was a co-plaintiff in the case.
The E[currency]anlyurfa Bar Association has applied to be a co-plaintiff in a trial to be opened into the murder.
The E[currency]anlyyurfa Bar Association has applied to be a co-plaintiff in a trial to be opened into the murder.
Armenia, on the other hand, has joined the case as a co-plaintiff along with a number of Armenian diaspora organizations.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- President Recep Tayyip Erdoy-an has joined a court case against a group of high school students who face trial for "insulting a public official" as a co-plaintiff, news reports said on Tuesday.