Flashcards in Legal Terms- I Deck (36):
I.E. (id est)
IB., or IBID. (ibidem)
In the same place; used to refer to a legal reference previously cited to avoid repeating the entire citation.
Deceiving by false appearance.
To accuse, to dispute.
Disabilities, or hindrances.
To sue or prosecute by due course of law.
Attributed or charged to.
IN LOCO PARENTIS
In place of parent, a guardian.
In the whole; completely.
Denial of the right of a prisoner to communicate with friends or relatives.
One who is incapable of caring for his own affairs because he is mentally deficient or undeveloped.
A matter will incriminate a person if it constitutes or forms an essential part of, or, taken in connection with other matters disclosed, is a basis for a reasonable inference of such a violation of the laws of this State as to subject him to liability to punishment therefor, unless he has become for any reason permanently immune from punishment from such violation.
Generally a claim, lien, charge or liability attached to and binding real property.
To secure against loss or damage; also, to make reimbursement to one for a loss already incurred by him.
An agreement to reimburse another person in case of an anticipated loss falling upon him.
An accusation in writing found and presented by a grand jury charging that a person has committed a crime.
To write a name on the back of a legal paper or document, generally a negotiable instrument.
Cause or reason why a thing is done or that which incites the person to do the act or commit a crime; the motive for the criminal act.
In civil cases one under 21 years of age.
A formal accusation of crime made by a prosecuting attorney.
Below, under; this word occurring by itself in a publication refers the reader to a future part of the publication.
The act of going to.
A writ of order by the court requiring a person, generally to do or to refrain from doing an act.
The condition of a person who is unable to pay his debts.
A direction given by the judge to the jury concerning the law of the case.
In the meantime; time intervening.
Temporary, not final; something intervening between the commencement and the end of a suit which decides some point or matter but is not a final decision in the whole controversy.
A series of formal written questions used in the examination of a party or a witness usually prior to a trial.
A person who dies without a will.
To result, to take effect.
By the fact itself; by the mere fact.