in propria persona

adverb
in pro·​pria per·​so·​na | \in-ˈprō-prē-ə-pər-ˈsō-nə \

Definition of in propria persona 

: in one's own person or character : personally especially : without the assistance of an attorney

First Known Use of in propria persona

1654, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for in propria persona

Medieval Latin

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in propria persona

adverb
in pro·​pria per·​so·​na | \in-ˈprō-prē-ə-pər-ˈsō-nə, -per-ˈsō-nä \

Legal Definition of in propria persona 

: in one's own person : without the assistance of an attorney : pro se the defendant appeared in propria persona

History and Etymology for in propria persona

Latin

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