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date: 09 February 2023

Unus testis, nullus testis  ū´nūs tās´tēs, nūl´lūs tās´tēs .  ū´nus tes´tis, nɜ´lus tes´tis . 

Source:
Guide to Latin in International Law
Author(s):

Aaron X. Fellmeth,

Maurice Horwitz

“One witness is no witness.”A principle of evidence that the uncorroborated evidence of a single witness will be discounted due to presumed unreliability. This principle has been rejected by the International Criminal Court. ... ...

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