Lat. in criminal law. Elsewhere; in another place. A term used to ex-press that mode of defense to a criminal prosecution, where the party accused, in or-der to prove that he could not have commlt-ted the crime with which he is charged, of-fers evidence to show that he was In another place at the time; which is termed setting up an alibi. State v. McGarry, 111 Iowa, 709, 83 N. W. 718; State v, Child, 40 Kan. 482, 20 Pac. 275; State v. Powers, 72 Vt. 168, 47 Atl. 830; Peyton v. State, 54 Neb. 188, 74 N. W. 597