Definition of judicare in English:

judicare

Pronunciation /ˈdʒuːdɪkɛː/

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noun

US
  • Any of various publicly funded systems for providing legal assistance to those otherwise unable to afford it; (frequently) specifically a system of this kind which arranges for payment to be made to private legal professionals, rather than employing them directly.

    The first such system to be so named was formed in Wisconsin in 1966.

Origin

1960s. From judi- + care, after Medicare and (in later use) Denticare, etc.