malice in law

Definition of "malice in law"
  1. This refers to malice that is assumed or suggested, based on the circumstances or nature of certain actions
How to use "malice in law" in a sentence
  1. To win the lawsuit, the plaintiff had to prove that the defendant acted with malice in law.
  2. The prosecution argued that the defendant's actions were driven by malice in law.
  3. In the course of the trial, much was discussed about the concept of malice in law and its relevance to the case.

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