Go Hence Without Day Law and Legal Definition

‘Go hence without day’ means to leave the court without the need of returning. [Hiatt v. Kinkaid, 40 Neb. 178]. This term is derived from the French phrase ‘aller sans jour.’ It refers to legal proceedings that are completed or finished. For example, a discharge or exoneration.

Go hence without day is also termed as ‘go without day’ or ‘without day.’