boni homines (boh-nIhom-[schwa]-neez). [Law Latin ¡°good men¡±] Hist. Free tenants who judged each other in their lord’s court.
¡°[W]e may find traces of juries in the laws of all those nations which adopted the feodal system, as in Germany, France, and Italy; who had all of them a tribunal composed of twelve good men and true, ¡®boni homines’….¡± 3 William Blackstone, Commentaries on the Laws of England 349 (1768).
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