Law of Evidence.

“ The rules of Evidence,” says Mr. Wills, “are the practical maxims of legal and philosophic sagacity and experience, matured and methodized by a succession of wise men, as the best means of discriminating truth from error, and of con­ tracting as far as possible the dangerous power of judicial discretion.”

“ Such rules,”  “ must, of necessity, be sub­stantially the same in all cases, and in every civilised country ; and the inviolable observance of them is indispens­able to social security and happiness.”


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