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Legal Jargons

February 4, 2015

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Word: Animus nocendi Origin: Latin Meaning: Intention to harm Example: The subjective state of mind of the author of a crime, with reference to the exact knowledge of illegal content of his behavior, and of its possible consequences.   Word: In forma pauperis Origin: Latin Meaning: In the manner of a pauper Example: Someone unable to afford the costs associated with a legal proceeding. As this will not be a barrier to seeking justice, such persons are given in forma pauperis status (usually abbreviated IFP), wherein most costs are waived or substantially reduced.  
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