I:

 ignorantia facti excusat : Ignorance of fact excuses
 ignorantia legis neminem excusat : Ignorance of law excuses nobody
 impossibilium nulla obligatio est : Impossibility is an excuse for the non-performance of an obligation
 in absentia : In absence
In propri cuus nemo judex. No one can be judge in his own cause.

J:
 judex est lex loquens : A judge is the law speaking
 judex non potest esse testis in propria causa : A judge cannot be witness in his own cause
Judex non potest injuriam sibi datum punire. A judge cannot punish a wrong done to himself.
 jura non remote causa sed proxima spectatur : In law the immediate or the proximate and not the remote cause of any event is regarded
 jure divino : By divine law
Jus ex injuria non oritur. A right cannot arise from a wrong.

L:
 legatum : Legacy
 lex : Law
 lex domicilii : The law of the place of a person’s domicile
 lex fori : The law of the place of action
 lex loci contractus : The law of the place where a contract is made  lex loci delictus : The law of the country where a tort has been committed
 lex loci rei sitae : The law of the place where a thing is situate
 lex loci solutionis : The law of the place of performance

M:
 mala fide : In bad faith
 mala grammatica non vitiat chartam : Bad grammar does not vitiate a deed
 mala in se : Acts wrong in themselves
 mala prohibita : Acts prohibited by human laws
 mandamus : We command
 mea culpa : By my own fault
 mens legis : The spirit of the law  mens rea : Criminal intention or guilty mind One of the cardinal principles of the English Criminal Law is the maxim actus non facit reum nisi mens sit rea i.e., a person cannot be convicted and punished in a proceeding of criminal nature unless it can be shown that he had a guilty mind.
 mesne : Middle, intermediate

I:  ignorantia facti excusat : Ignorance of fact excuses  ignorantia legis neminem excusat : Ignorance of law excuses nobody  impossibilium nulla obligatio est : Impossibility is an excuse for the non-performance of an obligation  in absentia : In absence In propri cuus nemo judex. No one can be judge in his own cause. J:  judex est lex loquens : A judge is the law speaking  judex non potest esse testis in propria causa : A judge cannot be witness in his own cause Judex non potest injuriam sibi datum punire. A judge cannot punish a wrong done to himself.  jura non remote causa sed proxima spectatur : In law the immediate or the proximate and not the remote cause of any event is regarded  jure divino : By divine law Jus ex injuria non oritur. A right cannot arise from a wrong. L:  legatum : Legacy  lex : Law  lex domicilii : The law of the place of a person’s domicile  lex fori : The law of the place of action  lex loci contractus : The law of the place where a contract is made  lex loci delictus : The law of the country where a tort has been committed  lex loci rei sitae : The law of the place where a thing is situate  lex loci solutionis : The law of the place of performance M:  mala fide : In bad faith  mala grammatica non vitiat chartam : Bad grammar does not vitiate a deed  mala in se : Acts wrong in themselves  mala prohibita : Acts prohibited by human laws  mandamus : We command  mea culpa : By my own fault  mens legis : The spirit of the law  mens rea : Criminal intention or guilty mind One of the cardinal principles of the English Criminal Law is the maxim **actus non facit reum nisi mens sit rea** i.e., a person cannot be convicted and punished in a proceeding of criminal nature unless it can be shown that he had a guilty mind.  mesne : Middle, intermediate
 
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