EX POST FACTO LAW
ex post facto law. A law that impermissibly applies retroactively, esp. in a way that negatively affects a person’s rights, as by criminalizing an action that was legal when it was committed. ? Ex post facto criminal laws are prohibited by the U.S. Constitution. But retrospective civil laws may be allowed. See RETROACTIVE LAW. [Cases: Constitutional Law 197¨C203. C.J.S. Constitutional Law ¡ì¡ì 409¨C428.]
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