have a case (against someone or something)(redirected from have a case against)
have a case (against someone or something)
To possess a significant amount of incriminating evidence (against someone or something), as could be presented in court. With her testimony, now we really have a case. My lawyer says we have a case against our landlord.
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have a case (against someone)
to have much evidence that can be used against someone in court. Do the police have a case against John? No, they don't have a case.
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