nemo turpitudinem suam allegans auditur

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nemo turpitudinem suam allegans auditur (uncountable)

  1. (law, archaic): literally "no one alleging his own turpitude is to be heard"; common law principle that no person may base a legal claim upon an illegal act which has been asserted against oneself.