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TermDefinition
afortiori(ah-for-she-ory) with even stronger reason
a priori assumption(a pree ory) an assumption that is true without further proof or need to prove it.
abate to do away with a problem
abet to help someone commit a crime this including helping them escape
abeyance when the owner=ship of property has not been determined
able-bodied physically capable of working at a job or in the military
abrogate to annul or repeal a law or pass legislation that contradicts the prior law
abscond traditionally to leave a jurisdiction to avoid being served legal papers or being arrested
abstention doctrine when the Supreme Court refuses to exercise its federal constitutional jurisdiction or declines to consider a question of state law arising from a case being appealed from a state court
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Created by: wondefrul