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In curia

The term “in curia” is a Latin phrase frequently used to describe events or actions that take place within a courtroom or in front of a judge during legal proceedings. It implies that something is happening as a formal legal process, usually during a trial, hearing, or other judicial proceedings.

For instance, when a lawyer says, “We will present this evidence in curia,” they mean that they plan to introduce the evidence in the courtroom before the judge during the legal proceedings.

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