flagrante delicto

flagrante delicto 1. With the crime blazing. 2. A legal term used to indicate that a criminal has been caught in the act of committing an offense. The phrases: 'caught red-handed' or 'caught in the act' are English equivalents.
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Flagrante Delicto

Flagrante delicto is Latin for in the very act
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Flagrante Delicto

The act of committing a crime. When a person is arrested flagrante delicto - while committing a crime - the only evidence required to convict him is to prove that fact.
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