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Legal Jargons

January 25, 2012
Alibi Meaning: In the original Latin it means "in another place,"  An excuse used by a person accused or suspected of a crime that he or she was not at the place of crime. Example: He was able to prove an alibi which could not be shaken. Pronunciation:  ˈa-lə-ˌbī   Pro Se : Meaning: "for himself." Example: A party to a lawsuit who represents himself or herself  (acting in propria persona) is appearing in the case "pro se." (without attorney) Pronunciation: ˈprō-ˈsā, -ˈsē  
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