One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A collection of documents and evidence relating to a particular legal case.‘she discusses a court case without referring to the case file’
- ‘Unfortunately, as I have not yet seen the recently released case file at the National Archives, I will be relying on current news reports for information.’
- ‘Whittle insisted he has had no active part in the case since last year, although it is claimed that his name remains on the case file.’
- ‘Its painstaking attention to detail could only have come from the author pawing over endless FBI case files.’
- ‘Sadly, her case file, and the photograph it probably contained, has been destroyed.’
- ‘The case file reveals that a former bricklayer was the primary suspect for many years.’
- ‘Should electronic case files be protected from unlimited public disclosure, or should they be treated the same as paper files?’
- ‘Henry was a victim of so much abuse that it actually brought tears to my eyes when reading his case file.’
- ‘Police case files often contain conflicting or inaccurate information.’
- ‘Carrying a coffee tray and a stack of case files simultaneously was an acquired skill.’
- ‘I am generally not a horror film fan, probably because if I want to see real horror I can go to work and look through some homicide case files.’
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