A. D - Black's Law Dictionary

What is A. D? Definition of A. D in Black's Law Dictionary

A. D. Anno Domini, in the year of our Lord.

An information charging that act was committed on 4th day of August, "A. D. 190 ," alleged an impossible year "and it is quite evident that the last figure of the year was inadvertently omitted but what that figure was intended to be * * * cannot be inferred with any certainty." People v. Weiss, 168 Ill.App. 502, 504.

"The information alleges that the offense therein sought to be charged was committed 'on the 30th day of April, A. D. 19 .' There is no other allegation of time in the inforformation, and it Is in effect and for all practical purposes wholly wanting in any allegation as to time. The time alleged is impossible and in that respect the information is absurd. The objection is not merely technical, as that term is commonly used, but is substantial and fatal." Peo- ple v. Wagner, 172 Ill.App. 84,

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