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ha·be·as corpus (hb-s)
  1. One of a variety of writs that may be issued to bring a party before a court or judge, having as its function the release of the party from unlawful restraint.
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  3. The right of a citizen to obtain such a writ.

[Middle English, from Medieval Latin habes corpus, produce the body (from the opening words of the writ)  : Latin habes, second person sing. present subjunctive of habre, to have + Latin corpus, body.]

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