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Art. 477. Meaning of words and phrases

The words and phrases used in an indictment or bill of particulars are to be construed according to their usual meaning and acceptation. Words and phrases which have been defined by law or which have otherwise acquired a legal meaning are to be construed according to their legal meaning.

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Statutes > Louisiana > Ccrp > Ccrp477

Art. 477. Meaning of words and phrases

The words and phrases used in an indictment or bill of particulars are to be construed according to their usual meaning and acceptation. Words and phrases which have been defined by law or which have otherwise acquired a legal meaning are to be construed according to their legal meaning.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Louisiana > Ccrp > Ccrp477

Art. 477. Meaning of words and phrases

The words and phrases used in an indictment or bill of particulars are to be construed according to their usual meaning and acceptation. Words and phrases which have been defined by law or which have otherwise acquired a legal meaning are to be construed according to their legal meaning.

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