Difference between revisions of "In Camera"

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'''In camera''' is a [[Latin]] term which is used in legal contexts to mean "in private".  It literally translates as "in a room".  Hearings may be held in camera in order to prevent undue hardship to a person which would result from a public hearing.  [[category:legal terms]]
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'''''In camera''''' is a [[Latin]] term which is used in legal contexts to mean "in private".  It literally translates as "in a room".  Hearings may be held in camera in order to prevent undue hardship to a person which would result from a public hearing.  [[Category:Legal Terms]]

Latest revision as of 17:47, 21 October 2012

In camera is a Latin term which is used in legal contexts to mean "in private". It literally translates as "in a room". Hearings may be held in camera in order to prevent undue hardship to a person which would result from a public hearing.