Latin Legal Terms

A priori

A priori – this term comes from Latin and it means “from the cause to the result”. It is used in the area of Court Trials to detail a decision that is considered to be certain, without performed analysis or legal investigation. It is the reverse of “a posteriori”, used to describe that you have learnt something through your previous experience.

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