In-camera meaning

kămər-ə
In secret; privately.
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(law) In private in a judge's chambers or in a courtroom without spectators from the public present.
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In secret or in private (in an enclosed room, behind closed doors).
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In the judge’s chambers; implying a private, closed, or informal hearing or conference before the judge.
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(law) Without the presence of the public or the media (in court)

The trial was held in camera because the accused was a minor.

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Origin of in-camera

  • New Latin in camerā Latin in in Late Latin camerā ablative of camera chamber

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • Latin in camerā, meaning "in the chamber".

    From Wiktionary