Eundo, morando, et redeundo

Definition of Eundo, morando, et redeundo

Lat. Going, remaining, and returning. A person who is privileged from arrest (as a witness, legislator, etc.) is generally so privileged eundo, morando, et redeundo; that is, on his way to the place where his duties are to be performed, while he remains there, and on his return journey.

That's the definition of Eundo, morando, et redeundo in Black's Law Dictionary 6th Edition. Courtesy of Cekhukum.com.