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Definition of Venire facias

Venire facias
Venire facias Ve*ni"re fa"ci*as [L., make, or cause, to come.] (Law) (a) A judicial writ or precept directed to the sheriff, requiring him to cause a certain number of qualified persons to appear in court at a specified time, to serve as jurors in said court. (b) A writ in the nature of a summons to cause the party indicted on a penal statute to appear. Called also venire.

Meaning of Venire facias from wikipedia

- In law, venire facias (Latin for "may you cause to come"), also venire facias juratores, and often shortened to venire, is a writ directing a sheriff to...
- of scire facias revives a dormant judgment. A writ of su****deas contains a command to stay the proceedings at law. A writ of venire facias summons jurors...
- new trial by the court where the issue was tried, or the award of a venire facias de novo, by the appellate court, for some error of law that had intervened...
- remanded to the District court of Louisiana, with directions to award a Venire facias de novo. The court stated the question of equitable relief should have...
- in the pronunciation of A-L phrases such as ab initio, in absentia, venire facias. The consonant t changed to /s/ and then to /ʃ/ before the semivowel...
- the bench. Where the tenant is alleged to have disobe**** the writ, a venire facias would issue and the tenant would be attached. The standard pleading...
- district court's judgment, and remanded the case for a new trial under a venire facias de novo. The opinion was aut****d by Chief Justice Marshall. The Court...
- It was his business to nominate special juries; to make out writs of venire facias and habeas corpora for juries, as well for the trial of causes, depending...
- consideration – Variance – Vehicular manslaughter – vel non – Vendee – Vendor – venire – Venue (law) – Verdict – Vest – Vested – Vested remainder – Vested right –...
- quid **** Sīliō, vel illō ipsō diē quō ventūrus erō, certiōrem mē velim faciās (Cicero) 'but if you come to any arrangement with Silius, even if it is...
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