Entire Day Law and Legal Definition

Entire day refers to an undivided day of a 24-hour period beginning and ending at midnight. Fragments of two days cannot be added together so as to make an entire day. An entire day must have a legal, fixed, precise time to begin and end. For instance, an entire day contemplates that the half day of Saturday, or the half day of Monday, which was the day of trial, cannot be counted as an 'entire day,' because the first and last days here were fragments of days, and not an entire day.