Sub judice

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Sub judice is pronounced 'sub joo-di-si' (IPA: /ˌsʌb ˈdʒuːd əs i/) and means literally 'under a judge'. The phrase is used to mean 'under consideration by a judge', as in "The matter is sub judice".

See further Latin Words and Phrases in English and Pronunciation of 'Lawyers' Latin'.