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Brent Allan Winters Evidence at Common Law; Lesson 32


The Common Lawyer

Published: 8 months ago

Without evidence, we don't know what the law is. One witness is not enough to establish evidence. God reuqires two or three witnesses.

Hearsay is testimony said outside of court and therefore not admissiable. One exception is the dying declaration.

A common law trial is a face-to-face battle between the accuser and the accused. At common law trials, judges can get angry. Evidence is a matter of pushing the envelope.


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