Definition of "mittimus"
  1. An official document given to a law enforcement officer, typically a sheriff, instructing them to transport a specified individual to prison
How to use "mittimus" in a sentence
  1. The judge issued a mittimus for the convicted felon, resulting in their immediate transfer to prison.
  2. Upon receiving the mittimus, the sheriff made the necessary arrangements to ensure the prisoner's delivery to the correctional facility.
  3. The mittimus was the final step in securing the individual's incarceration after the final verdict.

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