juri non est consonum quod aliquis accessorius in curia regis convincatur antequam aliquis de facto fuerit attinctus

/juray non est konsanam kwod aebkwas sksasoriyas in kyiiriya riyjas konvinkeytar aentiykwam ablakwas diy faektow fyuwarat atigktas/ It is not consonant to justice that any accessory should be convicted in the king's court before any one has been attainted of the fact

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • juridicus — Same as juridical. Juri non est consonum quod aliquis accessorius in curia regis convincatur antequam aliquis de facto fuerit attinctus. It is not consonant with the law that any accessory should be convicted in the king s court before anyone has …   Ballentine's law dictionary


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