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precedent

(pre′sĕ-dĕnt) [L. praecedere, to go before, precede]
In law, an action, ruling, or verdict that may be used as an example to be followed in the future.

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The bar council issued a statement Wednesday refusing the "rushed judicial decision on behalf of Tripoli's judge of urgent matters that violates legal standards." Lawyers also called upon the Higher Judicial Council to "stand up against this dangerous precedent which shakes confidence in the wings of justice," and demanded a retraction of the decision.

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