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coram non judice

[ kawr-am non -joo-di-see, kohr-am ]
/ ˈkɔr æm nɒn ˈdʒu dɪˌsi, ˈkoʊr æm /
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adverb Law.
before a court lacking the authority to hear and decide the case in question.
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Origin of coram non judice

1600–10; <Latin: in the presence of one not a judge
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