Latin Legal Terms

Ignoratio elenchi

Ignoratio elenchi – in the practice, this legal term finds application in the Court Trials, where details the impossibility of the defender to understand the statement of the other party’s lawyer. For instance, the opposite party may try to prove something which has no relation to the case, so it has no logic for you as a defender.

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