omnis indemnatus pro innoxis legibus habetur


omnis indemnatus pro innoxis legibus habetur
/omnas indemneytas prow anoksas liyjabas habiytar/ Every uncondemned person is held by the law as innocent

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • Omnis indemnatus pro innoxis legibus habetur — Every uncondemned person is regarded by the law as innocent …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • innocence — in·no·cence / i nə səns/ n: freedom from fault or guilt under the law: as a: the state of not being guilty of a particular crime or offense compare guilt b: the state of not being guilty of an act that constitutes a ground for divorce c:… …   Law dictionary


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