incivile est, nisi tota sententia inspecta, de aliqua parte judicare

/hjsivaliy est, naysay towta santensh(iy)a inspekta, diy aelakwa partly juwdakeriy/
It is irregular, or legally improper, to pass an opinion upon any part of a sentence, without examining the whole.

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • opinion — opin·ion /ə pin yən/ n 1 a: a belief stronger than impression and less strong than positive knowledge b: a formal expression of a judgment or appraisal by an expert see also opinion testimony at testimony compare …   Law dictionary


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