Mittimus

• (n.) A writ for removing records from one court to another. • (n.) A precept or warrant granted by a justice for committing to prison a party charged with crime; a warrant of commitment to prison.
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Mittimus

Mit'ti·mus noun [ Latin , we send, from mittere to send.] (Law) (a) A precept or warrant granted by a justice for committing to prison a party charged with crime; a warrant of commitment to prison. Burrill. (b) A writ for removing records from one court to a...
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Mittimus

English practice. A writ enclosing a record sent to be tried in a county palatine; it derives its name from the Latin word mittimus, "we send." It is the jury process of these counties, and commands the proper officer of the county palatine to command the sheriff to summon the jury for the trial of the cause, and to return the record, etc.crim. law...
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Mittimus

Mittimus is Latin for We send
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mittimus

The name of an order in writing, issuing from a court and directing the sheriff or other officer to convey a person to a prison, asylum, or reformatory, and directing the jailer or other appropriate official to receive and safely keep the person until his or her fate shall be determined by due course of law.
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mittimus

warrant granted for sending a charged person to jail
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