English @ the Movies: 'Get Yourself Lawyered Up'

source: VOA Learning English       2017年1月13日
Today on English @ the Movies we teach you about the saying "get yourself lawyered up." It comes from the movie "Denial," which is based on a true story. A woman calls a man a liar and ends up in court. Watch here to find out what "get yourself lawyered up means."
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# lawyer up: to retain legal counsel. 
(source: http://onlineslangdictionary.com/meaning-definition-of/lawyer-up)