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" is this which shows the confidence of the witness in himself. Hesitation, a painful searching for the details, successive connexions of his own testimony—it is this, which announces a witness who is not at the maximum of certainty. It belongs to the... "
A Treatise on Judicial Evidence - Page 45
1825 - 366 pages
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Rationale of Judicial Evidence: Specially Applied to English Practice, Volume 1

Jeremy Bentham - Evidence (Law) - 1827
...certainty of his answers, the agreement of all the circumstances of his story with each other,—it is this which shows the confidence of the witness...appreciate these differences, rather than to the witness himself, who would be greatly embarrassed if he had to fix the numerical amount of his own belief....
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Rationale of judicial evidence, specially applied to English practice, from ...

Jeremy Bentham - 1827
...certainty of his answers, the agreement of all the circumstances of his story with each other,—it is this which shows the confidence of the witness...is this which announces a witness who is not at the minimum of certainty. It belongs to the judge to appreciate these differences, rather than to the witness...
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A Treatise on the Principles of Evidence and Practice as to Proofs in Courts ...

William Mawdesley Best - Cross-examination - 1854 - 807 pages
...answers, the agreement of all the circumstances of his story with each other,—it is this which shews the confidence of the witness in himself. Hesitation,...appreciate these differences, rather than to the witness himself, who would be greatly embarrassed if he had to fix the numerical amount of his own belief....
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The Principles of the Law of Evidence: With Elementary Rules for Conducting ...

William Mawdesley Best, John Mounteney Lely - Cross-examination - 1883 - 759 pages
...Hesitation, a painful searching for the details, successive connections of his own testimony, — it is this which announces a witness who is not at the...appreciate these differences, rather than to the witness himself, who would be greatly embarrassed if he had to fix the numerical amount of his own belief....
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