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ignorantia juris neminem excusat

ignorantia juris neminem excusat

foreign term ig·no·ran·tia ju·ris ne·mi·nem ex·cu·sat \ˌig-n-ˌrän-tē-ä-ˈyr-is-ˈnā-mi-ˌnem-eks-ˈkü-ˌsät\

Definition of IGNORANTIA JURIS NEMINEM EXCUSAT

:  ignorance of the law excuses no one

Variants of IGNORANTIA JURIS NEMINEM EXCUSAT

ig·no·ran·tia ju·ris ne·mi·nem ex·cu·sat or ignorantia le·gis neminem excusat \-ˈlā-gis-\

Origin of IGNORANTIA JURIS NEMINEM EXCUSAT

Latin

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