In-propria-persona meaning

ĭn prō'prē-ə pər-sō'nə
In one's own person, especially without representation by an attorney.
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In one's own person or right.
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By the person himself/herself; often used when a defendant is representing himself/herself in court without an attorney.
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Origin of in-propria-persona

  • Medieval Latin in propriā persōnā Latin in in Latin propriā feminine ablative sing. of proprius one's own Latin persōnā ablative of persōna person
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • directly from Latin
    From Wiktionary