Lat Infamy; ignominy or disgrace. By infamia juris is meant infamy set up by law since the consequence of criminal activity; in- famia facti is when the celebration is supposed become guilty of such criminal activity, however it has not been judicially shown. Comm. v. Green, 17 Mass. 515, 541.
Greenidge, Infamia in Roman Law (1894), where Mommsen's theory is criticized; E.