coram judice

[kawr-am joo-di-see, kohr-am]

adverb Law.

before a court having the authority to hear and decide (the case in question).

Nearby words

  1. coralliferous,
  2. coralline,
  3. corallite,
  4. coralloid,
  5. coralroot,
  6. coram nobis,
  7. coram non judice,
  8. coram populo,
  9. corantijn,
  10. coranto

Origin of coram judice

1600–10; < Latin: in the presence of a judge

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