causidicus (kaw-zid-[schwa]-k[schwa]s), n. [Latin ¡°pleader¡±] Roman law. A speaker or pleader who pleaded cases orally for others. Cf. ADVOCATUS.
What is the legal equivalence of CAUSIDICUS in Chinese?
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