EAT INDE SINE DIE

EAT INDE SINE DIE

eat inde sine die (ee-[schwa]t in-dee sI-nee dI-ee). [Latin] Let him go thence without day. ? These words were used on a defendant’s acquittal, or when a prisoner was to be discharged, to signify that the matter be dismissed without any further judicial proceedings. See GO HENCE WITHOUT DAY.
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