propter affectum

Definition of "propter affectum"
  1. Due to a sense of bias or favoritism
How to use "propter affectum" in a sentence
  1. The decision was enormously influenced by propter affectum, causing an unjust advantage for one party.
  2. Despite efforts to judge impartially, there were clear signs of propter affectum.
  3. The lawyer argued that propter affectum was blatantly obvious in the ruling.

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