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Literary usage of Extrajudicially
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Eminent British Lawyers by Henry Roscoe (1830)
"It was then resolved to take the opinion of the judges of the king's bench, extrajudicially,as to the nature of the offence of which Peacham had been guilty ..."
2. African Slavery in America by Charles Jared Ingersoll (1856)
"... an American judge, by much more egregious judicial legislation, interpolated extrajudicially his crude notion of legal policy as American common law. ..."
3. Documentary History of the American Revolution: Consisting of Letters and by Robert Wilson Gibbes (1855)
"Your Remonstrants have extrajudicially determined that the publication represents " them as men totally unfit for the offices they hold! ..."
4. Cases Decided in the Court of Session by Scotland Court of Session, Patrick Shaw, Scotland, Court of Session (1829)
"Trustees having refused to show extrajudicially a trust-deed in their possession it. .1 party haying a certain interest therein ; and he having, ..."
5. A History of Auricular Confession and Indulgences in the Latin Church by Henry Charles Lea (1896)
"... while holding that a criminal judicially examined must tell the truth, yet says that extrajudicially he can use mental reservation, "I did not do it," ..."