DE BIEN ET DE MAL

Definition of DE BIEN ET DE MAL in Black's Law Dictionary 4th Edition – Legal dictionary – Glossary of legal terms.

Definition of DE BIEN ET DE MAL

L. Fr. For good and evil. A phrase by which a party accused of a crime anciently put himself upon a jury, indicating his entire submission to their verdict; also the name of the special writ of jail delivery formerly in use in England, which issued for each particular prisoner, of course. It was superseded by the general commission of jail delivery.

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