Simon Greenleaf

In trials of fact, by oral testimony, the proper inquiry is not whether is it possible that the testimony may be false, but whether there is sufficient probability that it is true.
In trials of fact, by oral testimony, the proper inquiry is not whether is it possible that the testimony may be false, but whether there is sufficient probability that it is true.
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These are some quotes by American author Simon Greenleaf, who lived between December 5, 1783 and October 6, 1853.