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  • Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • Extra-judicial out of the proper court, or beyond the usual course of legal proceeding
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
Perh. a contraction for extraordinary.


In literature:

Madison, by an extra-judicial disquisition.
"The Theory of Social Revolutions" by Brooks Adams
This then was confessedly an extra-judicial opinion, and, as such, of no authority.
"Memoir, Correspondence, And Miscellanies, From The Papers Of Thomas Jefferson" by Thomas Jefferson
Max Onthemaker looked at him dubiously, the Deity being extra-judicial.
"H. R." by Edwin Lefevre
But magistrates in small boroughs are often influenced by some very extra-judicial considerations.
"Sober by Act of Parliament" by Fred A. McKenzie
Persons divorced by extra-judicial decree are not allowed to contract a new marriage, without permission to this effect is given in the decree.
"Marriage and Divorce Laws of the World" by Hyacinthe Ringrose
In the Privy Council itself, Kozma Horvath's opposition to the extra-judicial prosecution was all in vain.
"'Midst the Wild Carpathians" by Mór Jókai
EXTRA JUDICIUM (Late L.), out of court, extra-judicially.
"Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 4 of 4: S-Z and supplements)" by Various
From California the most striking feature of intelligence is the unexampled frequency of extra-judicial punishment for crime.
"Harper's Magazine, Vol III, June 1851" by Various
While these decisions are honestly made, they are often controlled or dictated by extra judicial considerations.
"Monopolies and the People" by D. C. Cloud
All others are extra-judicial and are entitled to only passing notice.
"The Trial of Jesus from a Lawyer's Standpoint, Vol. I (of II)" by Walter M. Chandler
His extra-judicial actions met with the king's approval, because they were efficient.
"The Audiencia in the Spanish Colonies" by Charles Henry Cunningham

In news:

The Pakistani director of an upcoming film lauding extra-judicial killing in the name of Islam denies any similarity between his film and last month's killing of liberal governor Salman Taseer.
The US tolerates extra-judicial killings, persecution, racial discrimination and genocide at home and abroad.
These vigilantes opposed the English Colonial government and used extra judicial means to punish wrongdoers.

In science:

Other examples that do go the extra mile can be obtained by judiciously selecting finitely generated Hopf subalgebras (e.g. as in [9, Proposition 10]), but this is somehow less natural than the cocenter construction of the next section.
Centers, cocenters and simple quantum groups
Such a scenario requires a judicious choice of the extra fields, as well as their masses 14 .
A Brief Review of Three-Family Grand Unification in String Theory