alibi (al-[schwa]-bI), n. [Latin ¡°elsewhere¡±]

1. A defense based on the physical impossibility of a defendant’s guilt by placing the defendant in a location other than the scene of the crime at the relevant time. Fed. R. Crim. P. 12.

1. [Cases: Criminal Law 31.

5. C.J.S. Criminal Law ¡ì 87.]

2. The fact or state of having been elsewhere when an offense was committed.

alibi, vb. To offer or provide an alibi for (the conspirators alibied for each other).

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