Laesae majestatis crimen


Laesae majestatis crimen

Laesae majestatis crimen, so v.w. Majestätsverbrechen.


Pierer's Lexicon. 1857–1865.

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  • crimen laesae majestatis — /krayman liyziy maejasateytas/ The crime of lese majesty, or injuring majesty or royalty; high treason. The term was used by the older English law writers to denote any crime affecting the king s person or dignity. It is borrowed from the civil… …   Black's law dictionary

  • crimen laesae majestatis omnia alia crimina excedit quoad pcenam — /krayman liyziy maejasteytas omniya eyliya krimana aksiydat kwowaed piynam/ The crime of treason exceeds all other crimes in its punishment …   Black's law dictionary

  • crimen laesae majestatis — /krayman liyziy maejasateytas/ The crime of lese majesty, or injuring majesty or royalty; high treason. The term was used by the older English law writers to denote any crime affecting the king s person or dignity. It is borrowed from the civil… …   Black's law dictionary

  • crimen laesae majestatis omnia alia crimina excedit quoad pcenam — /krayman liyziy maejasteytas omniya eyliya krimana aksiydat kwowaed piynam/ The crime of treason exceeds all other crimes in its punishment …   Black's law dictionary

  • crimen laesae majestatis — The crime of injuring majesty, high treason. See 4 Bl Comm 75 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Crimen laesae majestatis omnia alia crimina excedit quoad poenam — The punishment for high treason exceeds that for all other crimes …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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