NEMO IN PROPRIA GAUEA
Nemn in praptia. cause testis ease debet. No one ought to be a witness in his own cause. 3 Bl. Comm. 371.
Name lnauditus eondamnari debet 3! non sit contumnx. No man ought to be condemned without being heard nnless he be C0l.‘ltlli.I|&L’i01.lS. Jenk. Cent. p. 18, case 12, in
mars. Nemo jun sibi dicere potent. NO one can declare the law for himself. No one is
entitled to take the law into his own hands. Tray. Lat. Max. 366.
Nemo miiitans Deo implicetur leo- ularilms negotiis. No man who is warring for [in the service of] God should be involved in secular matters. Co. Litt. 1017. A pricnipis of the old law that men of religion were not bound to go in person with the king to war.
Nemo nnseitur nxtifex. Co. Litt. 97. No one is born an artiflcer.
Nemo pat:-ism in qua nutus est exuere, nee ligeautina dabitum ejurnre possit. No man can renounce the country in which he was born, nor abjure the obligation of his allegiance. Co. Litt. 12911; Broom, Max. 75; Fast. Cr. Law, 184.
Name plus eummodi lneredi um relin- quit quann ipse halzuit. No one leaves a greater benefit to his heir than he had him- self Dig. 50, 17, 120.
Nemo plus jur-is ad slium traniferro potent qunxn ipse lnalzet. No one can transfer more right to another than he has himself. Dig. 50, 17. 54; Broom, Max. 467, -169.
Nemo potent contra recordum verificare per patriam. No one can verify by the country against a record. 2 inst. 380. The issue upon matter of record cannot be to the Jury. A maxim of old practice.
Nemo potest esse dominus et luaeres. No man (:11) be both owner and heir. Hole, Com. Law, c. 7.
Nemo potest ease simul actor et ju- dax. No one can be at once suitor and judge. Broom. Max. 117.
Nemo potent ease tenens et dominus. No man can be both tenant and lord [of the same tenement] Gilh. Ten. 142.
Nemo potent fncere per nlium qnod per se non potent. No one can do that by another which he cannot do of himself. Jenk. Cent. p. 237. case 14. A rnle said to hold in original grants, bnt not in descents;
N EMO PUNITUB
as where an omce descended to a woman. in which case, though she could not exercise the ofice in person. she might by deputy. id.
Nenao potent faoere per obliquuna quad non potest face:-e per directum. No man can do that indirectly which he cannot do directly. 1 Eden. 512.
Nemo potent mutate cnusiliuxu sunm in altering injux-lam. No man can change his purpose to another’s injury. Dig. 50, 17. 75; Broom, Max. 34.
Nexuo potent plus jurls ad nlinm trausferre quam ipse lanbet. C0 Litt. 309; Wing. Max. 56. No one can transfer a greater right to another than he himself has.
Nemo potent slbi debere. NO one CEJJ owe to himself.
Nemo prsesens nisi intelligat. One 1:
not present unless he understands.
Namo prmsumitur ulieunm posts:-itna ten: sum px-aetulisse. No man is presumed to have preferred anoi_her‘s posterity to his own. Wing. Max. p. 285, max. 79.
Nemo prsesumitur douare. No one II presumed to give. Haren v. Foster, 9 Pick. (Mass) 128, 19 Am. Dec. 353.
Nemo prsssumitur ease immemor Inn naterna salutis, et :ma.xi.me in srticulo mm-tis. 6 Coke, 16. No one is presum- ed to be forgetful of his own eternal wel- fare, and particularly at the point of death.
Nenm praasumitur ludsre in axtremil. No one is presumed to trifle at the point of death.
Nenm prmsundtur malus. NO one is presumed to be had.
Nemo prohibetnr plures negotiations» Iive na-tes exereere. No one is prohibited from following several kinds of business or several arts. 11 Coke, 54:1,. The common law doth not prohibit any person from using several arts or mysteries at his pleasure. Id.
Nemo prohibetur plurihus defendan- ibus uti. Co. Litt. 30111. No one is pro- hibited from making use of several defenses.
Nemo prudens punit ut prmteritl revncentur, sed ut future prn-.veuiantnr. No wise man punishes in order that past things may be recalled, but that future wrongs may be prevented. 2 BulsL 173.
Nemo puuitur pro aliens delicto. Wing. Max. 336. No one is punished for