cognitor definition

  • noun:
    • In Roman law, the lawyer or advocate of a celebration to a personal suit; a person who used the defense of people present in court.
    • In Roman law, the lawyer or advocate of a party to a private fit; one that took up the security of an individual contained in judge.

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