sub judice

adverb
sub ju·​di·​ce | \ˌsu̇b-ˈyü-di-ˌkā, ˈsəb-ˈjü-də-(ˌ)sē \

Definition of sub judice 

: before a judge or court : not yet judicially decided

First Known Use of sub judice

1613, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for sub judice

Latin

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sub judice

adverb
sub ju·​di·​ce | \ˌsəb-ˈjü-də-sē, ˌsu̇b-ˈyü-di-ˌkā \

Legal Definition of sub judice 

: before the court : at bar in the case sub judice

History and Etymology for sub judice

Latin

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