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- phrase law "
Hear both sides." A legal principle of fairnessgiven to ensure that the accusedhas the chance to refutean accusation.
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From Latin audī, second-person singular present active imperative of audiō ("hear"), + alteram, feminine accusative singular of alter ("the other") + partem, accusative singular of pars ("part, side").
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