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extrajudicial

adjective ex·tra·ju·di·cial \-jü-ˈdi-shəl\

Definition of EXTRAJUDICIAL

1
a :  not forming a valid part of regular legal proceedings <an extrajudicial investigation>
b :  delivered without legal authority :  private 2a(2) <the judge's extrajudicial statements>
2
:  done in contravention of due process of law <an extrajudicial execution>
ex·tra·ju·di·cial·ly \-ˈdish-lē, -ˈdi-shə-\ adverb

First Known Use of EXTRAJUDICIAL

1630

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