bill of particulars


noun Law.

a formal statement prepared by a plaintiff or a defendant itemizing a claim or counterclaim in a suit.
an itemized statement prepared by the prosecution and informing the accused of the charges in a criminal case.

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Origin of bill of particulars

First recorded in 1855–60
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