Benefit Of Counsel Definition

Advice from an attorney. Typically used in the negative ("without benefit of counsel") to describe a situation in which a person was not advised by an attorney and therefore didn't appreciate the full import of his or her actions.

Benefit Of Counsel

Advice from an attorney. Typically used in the negative ("without benefit of counsel") to describe a situation in which a person was not advised by an attorney and therefore didn't appreciate the full import of his or her actions.