Argumentative Legal Meaning and Definition

Here is a simplified definition of the legal term Argumentative.

It appears there might be a miscommunication. The context provided pertains to attorney-client privilege, not the term 'argumentative'. Here's a definition for 'argumentative':

Argumentative (adjective): In law, argumentative refers to a reason or reasons offered in proof, to induce belief, or convince the mind. Generally used to describe a type of objection during courtroom proceedings, where one party believes the other is using their testimony to make allegations or draw conclusions rather than stating facts.

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