JUDICUM REJECTIO

JUDICUM REJECTIO

judicum rejectio (joo-di-k[schwa]m ri-jek-shee-oh). [Latin] Roman law. A litigant’s right to exercise peremptory challenges against a judge or a certain number of jurors.
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