Criminaliter

CRIMINALITER. Criminally; opposed to civiliter, civilly.
     2. When a person commits a wrong to the injury of another, he is answerable for it civiliter, whatever may have been his intent; but, unless his intent has been unlawful the is not answerable criminaliter. 1 East, 104.

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XIV, desarrollando exhaustivamente el argumento: "Iudex, qui non pecunia cor ruptus, sed alias dolo, & per sordes iniustitiam facit, quomodo puniatur, ad quid teneatur, tam criminaliter, quam ciuiliter, ex quibus, & quando in iudice praesumatur potius dolus, quam imperitia" (510-513).
Impositio fidei criminaliter agere civiliter agere, Milano, Giuffre, 2007; M.