malum in se definition

  • noun:
    • Wrong alone.
    • The Latin term used in law to mention to crimes which are unlawful from the nature of crime, which, inherently evil with no reality of their becoming observed or punished, unlike malum prohibitum. Always develop common-law crimes.

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