Definition of With prejudice:
Law phrase signifying that (1) a court case so dismissed bars the possibility of bringing a new case on the same basis as the dismissed case, (2) a court order so issued is the final order on the subject matter. See also without prejudice.
Extinguishing any right to pursue a claim in another suit.
How to use With prejudice in a sentence?
- Stellas lawsuit against the transit authority, in which she claimed their trains were keeping her up at night, was dismissed rapidly and with prejudice by the exasperated judge.
- The suit was dismissed with prejudice.
- The court will dismiss this witness because they have brought information to this trial with prejudice , and it cannot be used here.
- Since I was truly guilty of the crime, and the courts ruled with prejudice that I was innocent, I completely got away with it!.
Meaning of With prejudice & With prejudice Definition