Definition for FORE-JUDGE'

FORE-JUDGE', v.t. [forejuj'.]

  1. To prejudge; to judge beforehand, or before hearing the facts and proof.
  2. In law, to expel from a court, for mal-practice or non-appearance. When an attorney is sued, and called to appear in court, if he declines, he is forejudged, and his name struck from the rolls.

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