Latin Legal Terms

Absente reo

Absente reo – this term is used nowadays in the sphere of Court Trials, where it defines the actual non-presence by the defendant on a concrete court hearing. This non-presence could be excusable or non-excusable (where leads to fine for the defendant).

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