To decide beforehand; to lean in favor of one side of a cause for some reason or other than its justice.A judge ought to be without prejudice, and he cannot therefore sit in a case where he has any interest, or when a near relation is a partt, or where he has been of counsel for one of the parties.In the civil law prejudice signifies a tort or injury; as the act of one man should never prejudice another.



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