Extrajudicial

• (a.) Out of or beyond the proper authority of a court or judge; beyond jurisdiction; not legally required. • (a.) Out of or beyond the power authority of a court or judge; beyond jurisdiction; not valid as a part of a judicial proceeding; as, extrajudicial oaths, judgments, etc., are null and void.
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extrajudicial

adjective beyond the usual course of legal proceedings; legally unwarranted; `an extrajudicial penalty`
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Extrajudicial

Ex`tra·ju·di'cial adjective Out of or beyond the proper authority of a court or judge; beyond jurisdiction; not legally required. 'An extrajudicial opinion.' Hallam. -- Ex`tra*ju*di'cial*ly , adverb
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Extrajudicial

Actions outside the judicial (court) system, such as an extralegal confession, which, if brought in as evidence, may be recognized by the judge during a trial.
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Extrajudicial

adj. Actions that occur outside the court system. For example: extralegal confession, which may be recognized by the judge during a trial if brought in as evidence.
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extrajudicial

[adj] - beyond the usual course of legal proceedings
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