admonitio   trina   (ad-m<<schwa>>-nish-ee-oh   trI-n<<schwa>>),   n.[Law   Latin   “triple

warning”] Hist. A threefold warning advising a defendant charged with a capital crime that refusal

to answer questions about the offense would in itself be considered a capital crime punishable by

death. See PEINE FORTE ET DURE . [Blacks Law 8th]