What is DE PLANO?

Lat. On the ground; on a level. A term of the Roman law descriptive of
the method of bearding causes, when the pnetor stood on the ground with the suitors,
instead of the more formal method when be occupied a bench or tribunal; hence informal,
or summary.

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