regula est, juris quidem ignorantiam cuique nocere, facti vero ignorantiam non nocere

regula est, juris quidem ignorantiam cuique nocere, facti vero ignorantiam non nocere
/regyala est, jiiras kwaydam ignaraenshiyam k(yuw)aykwiy naseriy, fsktay virow ignarabnsh(iy)am non naseriy/
It is a rule, that every one is prejudiced by his ignorance of law, but not by his ignorance of fact

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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