civil death definition

  • noun:
    • Total starvation of civil rights, often caused by belief for treason or a felony.
    • the split of a guy from civil culture, and/or debarring him through the pleasure of civil rights, as by banishment, attainder, abjuration of this world, entering a monastery, etc.
    • termination of civil rights
    • the legal condition of somebody who is alive but that has been deprived associated with the liberties and privileges of a citizen or an associate of society; the legal condition of one sentenced alive imprisonment
    • Total deprivation of civil-rights, usually caused by conviction for treason or a felony.
    • the split of a person from municipal community, or perhaps the debarring him through the enjoyment of civil rights, as by banishment, attainder, abjuration regarding the realm, entering a monastery, etc.
    • cancellation of civil-rights
    • the legal standing of an individual who is alive but who has been deprived of this liberties and privileges of a citizen or a member of society; the legal standing of 1 sentenced alive imprisonment
  • adjective:
    • See under Death.
    • See under Death.

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