Definition for PRE-JU-DI-CA'TION


  1. The act of judging without due examination of facts and evidence. – Sherwood.
  2. In Roman oratory, prejudications were of three kinds; first, precedents or adjudged cases, involving the same points of law; second, previous decisions on the same question between other parties; third, decisions of the same and between the same parties, before tribunals of inferior jurisdiction. – Adams's Lect.

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