sub judice[sub jo̵̅o̅′də sē′]
sub judice definition by Webster's New World
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before the court; under judicial consideration
Origin: Classical Latin literally , under judgment
sub judice definition by American Heritage Dictionary
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Under judicial deliberation; before a judge or court of law.
Origin: Latin sub iūdice : sub, beneath, before + iūdice, ablative of iūdex, judge.
sub judice - Legal Definition
Under a judge. A case that is before the bar for determination, rather than one being settled out of court.