Latin Legal Terms

Eat inde sine die

Eat inde sine die – this Latin phrase literally means “let him go thence without day”. In Law, it finds application in the Criminal Trials, where details that the prisoner should be released from now on, from criminal liability. I.e. he/she is free to go without any criminal record.

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