Res gestae

Res gestae,

Definition of Res gestae:

  1. The events, circumstances, remarks, etc. which relate to a particular case, especially as constituting admissible evidence in a court of law.

  2. All the peripheral facts or matters accompanying, constituting, or explaining a fact or transaction in question. Latin for, things done.

How to use Res gestae in a sentence?

  1. What was the longest integral in the common law res gestae that you are aware of?.

Meaning of Res gestae & Res gestae Definition