Legal definition of codefendant
General Civil Litigation Legal Terminology

codefendant

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When more than one person or entity is sued in one lawsuit, each party sued is called a codefendant.
Example: Clarence "C.J." Stewart was a co-defendant with O.J.Simpson in their 2007 armed robbery of sports related memorabilia trial.
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