bill of exceptions definition

  • noun:
    • View under Exception.
    • a statement of exceptions toward choice, or directions of a judge in test of an underlying cause, made for the goal of placing the points chosen record in order to bring all of them before an exceptional judge or perhaps the complete workbench for analysis.
    • See under Exception.
    • a statement of exclusions towards the choice, or guidelines of a judge in the trial of a reason, made for the objective of placing the points chosen record in order to bring all of them before an exceptional court or perhaps the full bench for review.
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