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Sue for the King or Sue for Yourself? Why Not Both?

Latin phrases are often found in many different modern-day concepts both inside and outside of the law.  For example, caveat emptor (let the buyer beware), bona fide (in good faith), de facto (in fact), in abstentia (in absence), indicia (indications).  Other Latin phrases are more common among lawyers, judges, and those who work in the legal field.  Examples include, in limine (meaning at the threshold and is a motion filed by one party prior to trial to keep evidence from being heard), guardian ad litem (meaning guarding for the case and is generally an independent party appointed to represent a […]

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