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Doli capax

“Doli capax” is a legal term in Latin that means “capable of deception” or “capable of guilt.” It refers to a person’s ability to commit a wrongful act with the knowledge that it is wrong. This term is often used in legal settings, particularly in criminal law, where the mental capacity of the accused may be taken into account when determining guilt or culpability.

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