ibi semper debet fieri triatio ubi juratores meliorem possunt habere notitiam

/ibay sempar debat fayaray triyeysh(iy)ow yuwbay juratoriyz posant habiriy nowtish(iy)am/
A trial should always be had where the jurors can be the best informed

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • triatio ibi semper debet fieri, ubi juratores meliorem possunt habere notitiam — /trayeysh(iy)ow aybay sempar debat fayaray, yuwbay juratoriyz miyliyoram posant habiriy nowtish(iy)am/ Trial ought always to be had where the jurors can have the best information …   Black's law dictionary

  • Triatio ibi semper debet fieri, ubi juratores meliorem possunt habere notitiam — A trial ought always to be had where the jury can have the better information …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Ibi jus, ibi remedium — A maxim of the common law. See equity will not suffer a wrong, etc. Ibi semper debet fieri triatio ubi juratores meliorem possunt habere notitiam.The trial of an action ought always to be held in that place where the jurors can have the better… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • juror — ju·ror / ju̇r ər, ˌȯr/ n: a member of a jury an alternate juror; broadly: an individual who is summoned but not yet selected to serve on a jury Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …   Law dictionary

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