with prejudice

Definition of "with prejudice"
  1. A conclusive ruling by a judge barring the same issue from being heard again in any court
How to use "with prejudice" in a sentence
  1. The case was dismissed with prejudice, so they couldn't bring the same dispute to court again.
  2. They settled their case with prejudice, mutually agreeing to not raise the issue in any court in future.
  3. After their litigation was resolved with prejudice, each party knew that the matter was put to rest permanently.

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