DE MEDIETATE LINGUAE

DE MEDIETATE LINGUAE

de medietate linguae (dee mee-dee-[schwa]-tay-tee ling-gwee). [Law Latin] Of half-tongue. ? This term describes a jury made up of an equal number of natives and aliens. Edward III originally provided for such a jury in commercial cases when one party was an alien. It was later extended to criminal cases. If enough aliens could not be found, trial proceeded with the available number.
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