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Judice is an unincorporated community in Lafayette Parish, Louisiana, USA.
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Reconstructing and Remembering by M. Hove, Kgomotso Masemola
The presumption of innocence in a political case such as the Zimbabwean one, that might be sub judice is an equally contested one. There are other contentious aspects in the ethics coda ...
Atlantic Reporter (1912)
The case sub judice Is an apt illustration that it is not the design of the statute that there should be a literal compliance with its requirement, In that "the rate of commission on the dollar" should be stated in the written authority to the broker or ...
Parliamentary Debates (1978)
by New Zealand. Parliament. House of Representatives
The rule about sub judice is an unusual one. It ought never to be a muzzle on free debate within Parliament so long as that free debate is not such as to preclude a judge from engaging in a proper, balanced determination of the issues before ...
A Resource for Readers and Writers by Gabriel Adeleye, Kofi Acquah-Dadzie
coram judice adv.
An Etymological Dictionary (1821)
by William Grimshaw
JUDICE. Before an improper tribunal. L. coram, before, non, not, judice, abl. of juder, a judge. CORDIAL. s. A stimulating or comforting medicine. F. cordial: L. cor, the heart. - CORDIAL. adj.
SUB JUDICE (sŭb jū′ -dĭ-sā)—Lat.: under a court; before a court or judge for consideration. Thus, the “INSTANT MATTER” or the “CASE AT BAR” ...
Barclay's English Dictionary. With which is incorporated a complete modern gazetteer, a beautiful atlas of maps and also a pronouncing dictionary (1822)
by James Barclay (Curate of Edmonton.), William SHORTON
PRE'JUDICE, s. [prc'judice, Fr. prejudicium, Lat.] a judgmentor opinion formed before examination, either in favour of, or against a person or thing; prepossession. A mischief, damage, or detriment. To PRE'JUDICE, v. a. to pre ossess a person ...
The Classic First Edition by H. W. Fowler, David Crystal
*Sub judice, ea officio, bona fide, bona fides, ea parte, ea postfacto, felo de se. These should never be hyphened except when the phrase happens to come ...
Encyclopedia of Optimization (2001)
Judice, J., and Faustino , ...
For the Use of Students, the Legal Profession, and the Public by Archibald Brown
CORAM NON JUDICE (before one who is not the judge).
by Cambridge University Press
,sub 'judice adjective [not before noun] LAW a legal ...
by David Shephard Garland, Lucius Polk McGehee, James Cockcroft
Where the claim of a petitioning creditor in an involuntary proceeding is contested by the bankrupt and sustained by the court, the validity of such claim is then res judice:ta and cannot afterwards be contested when filed with the referee for ...
The Pocket Law-lexicon, Explaining Technical Words, Phrases, and Maxims of the English, Scotch, and Roman Law (1884)
To which is Added a Complete List of Law Reports, with Their Abbreviations by Henry Gilbert Rawson
Coram non judice (in presence of a person who is not [the proper] ...
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