propter affectum

adverb
prop·​ter af·​fec·​tum | \ ˈpräp-tər-ə-ˈfek-təm\

Legal Definition of propter affectum

: because of partiality challenge a juror propter affectum

History and Etymology for propter affectum

Medieval Latin

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