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  • adjective Not legalistic.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ legalistic

Examples

  • What is wrong with accomplishing a public forum, like congressional hearings, in a nonlegalistic framework, noncourtroom framework, to discuss the major issues on the day that effect America?

    Has Obama Crested?

  • A note about habeas corpus: in basic, nonlegalistic terms, habeas corpus which in Latin means “bring out the body” gives convicted persons an opportunity to introduce to federal appeals court new evidence that was not available at the time of their initial trial.

    Living Justice

  • A note about habeas corpus: in basic, nonlegalistic terms, habeas corpus which in Latin means “bring out the body” gives convicted persons an opportunity to introduce to federal appeals court new evidence that was not available at the time of their initial trial.

    Living Justice

  • A note about habeas corpus: in basic, nonlegalistic terms, habeas corpus which in Latin means “bring out the body” gives convicted persons an opportunity to introduce to federal appeals court new evidence that was not available at the time of their initial trial.

    Living Justice

  • A note about habeas corpus: in basic, nonlegalistic terms, habeas corpus which in Latin means “bring out the body” gives convicted persons an opportunity to introduce to federal appeals court new evidence that was not available at the time of their initial trial.

    Living Justice

  • Politico (!) found this noteworthy, writing, "it was hard to overlook the distinctly nonlegalistic approach various attorneys generals took Wednesday toward the provision."

    MyDD

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