absente reo
In the absence of the defendant.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • absente reo — [ab sen′tē rē′ō] [L] in the absence of the defendant …   English World dictionary

  • absente reo — ab|sentēˈrē(ˌ)ō Etymology: New Latin : the defendant being absent * * * /ab sen tee ree oh/, Law. in the absence of the defendant. Abbr.: abs. re. [ < L: lit., the party to the lawsuit (or the defendant) being away] * * * absente reo /ab… …   Useful english dictionary

  • absente reo — /ab sen tee ree oh/, Law. in the absence of the defendant. Abbr.: abs. re. [ < L: lit., the party to the lawsuit (or the defendant) being away] * * * …   Universalium

  • absente reo —   Law, the defendant being absent (abbr. abs. re.) …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • absente reo — /aebsentiy riyow/ The defendant being absent …   Black's law dictionary

  • absente reo — /aebsentiy riyow/ The defendant being absent …   Black's law dictionary

  • absente — æbsnt adv. part of the Latin phrase absente reo (in the absence of the defendant) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • absente — /aebsentiy/ Lat. Being absent; often used in the old reports of one of the judges not present at the hearing of a cause absente reo /aebsentiy riyow/ The defendant being absent …   Black's law dictionary

  • absente — /aebsentiy/ Lat. Being absent; often used in the old reports of one of the judges not present at the hearing of a cause absente reo /aebsentiy riyow/ The defendant being absent …   Black's law dictionary

  • reo absente — /riyow absently/ The defendant being absent; in the absence of the defendant …   Black's law dictionary

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