Release:Vesntik TSU. Philology. 2012
About the author:Vladimir I. Lysov,
Abstract:The article deals with judicial speech as one of the legal speeches. Antonymy as a linguistic phenomenon is revealed in the the speeches of the prosecutor and attorney in the trial. The lack of special studies in contemporary linguistics in the field of judicial dialogue speaks of the necessity of interpretation of this phenomenon. Thus the issues discussed in the article are timely. Observations on the area of judicial dialogue give the opportunity to reflect on the principles and rules of judicial dialogue, not only to linguists, but also lawyers, experts in law and journalists. The findings and patterns in this article can be used for training specialists in judicial dialogue and dialogic speech in general.