habeas corpus
noun Etymology: Middle English, from Medieval Latin, literally, you should have the body (the opening words of the writ) Date: 15th century 1. any of several common-law writs issued to bring a party before a court or judge; especially habeas corpus ad subjiciendum 2. the right of a citizen to obtain a writ of habeas corpus as a protection against illegal imprisonment

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  • Habeas corpus — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Para el grupo musical, véase Habeas Corpus (banda). El habeas corpus es una institución jurídica que garantiza la libertad personal del individuo, con el fin de evitar los arrestos y detenciones arbitrarias. Se basa… …   Wikipedia Español

  • HABEAS CORPUS — La procédure par laquelle un juge ou une cour de justice enjoint au garde d’un individu détenu ou incarcéré d’avoir à présenter corporellement cette personne aux fins de décider de la légalité de la détention est aussi ancienne que la common law… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • habeas corpus — habeas cor·pus / kȯr pəs, ˌpu̇s/ n [Medieval Latin, literally, you should have the body (the opening words of the writ)]: any of several writs originating at common law that are issued to bring a party before the court; esp: habeas corpus ad… …   Law dictionary

  • Habeas Corpus — L’ordonnance, bref ou mandat d habeas corpus (en anglais writ of habeas corpus), plus exactement habeas corpus ad subjiciendum et recipiendum, énonce une liberté fondamentale, celle de ne pas être emprisonné sans jugement. En vertu de cette loi,… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • habeas corpus — ha‧be‧as cor‧pus [ˌheɪbiəs ˈkɔːpəs ǁ ˈkɔːr ] noun [uncountable] LAW the right of someone in prison to come to a court of law so that the court can decide whether they should stay in prison: • 40% of habeas corpus appeals are successful. * * *… …   Financial and business terms

  • habeas corpus — writ requiring a person to be brought before a court, mid 15c., Latin, lit. (you should) have the person, in phrase habeas corpus ad subjiciendum produce or have the person to be subjected to (examination), opening words of writs in 14c. Anglo… …   Etymology dictionary

  • habeas\ corpus — [ abeaskɔrpys ] n. m. • 1672; mots lat. « que tu aies le corps », s. ent. ad subjiciendum « pour le produire (devant la cour) » ♦ Institution garantie par la loi anglaise de 1679 (communément appelée Habeas corpus Act) en vue d assurer le respect …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • habeas corpus — |ábeàs córpus| s. m. Lei de origem inglesa (Magna Carta, de 15 VI 1215) que garante a liberdade individual aos cidadãos, dando aos acusados o direito de serem imediatamente julgados ou aguardarem o seu julgamento em liberdade, mediante fiança.… …   Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa

  • hábeas corpus — (Del lat. habeas corpus [ad subiiciendum], que tengas tu cuerpo [para exponer], primeras palabras del auto de comparecencia). m. Der. Derecho del ciudadano detenido o preso a comparecer inmediata y públicamente ante un juez o tribunal para que,… …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • habeas corpus — [ad΄ sub jis΄ē en′dəmhā΄bē əs kôr′pəs] n. [ME < L, (that) you have the body] Law any of various writs ordering a person to be brought before a court; specif., a writ requiring that a detained person be brought before a court to decide the… …   English World dictionary

  • habeas corpus — (izg. hȁbeas kȍrpus) DEFINICIJA pravn. propis u angloameričkom pravnom sustavu; sudac ili sud određuje onom tko drži koga u zatočeništvu da ga dovede pred sud kako bi mu se sudilo, kako bi svjedočio i sl. ETIMOLOGIJA lat.: imaj tijelo (prve… …   Hrvatski jezični portal

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