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" ... before this can be done, it is generally held necessary, in the case of verbal statements, first to ask him as to the time, place and person involved in the supposed contradiction. "
Reports of Cases, Determined at Nisi Prius, in the Courts of King's Bench ... - Página 472
por Great Britain. Court of King's Bench, William Moody, Sir Benjamin Heath Malkin - 1831 - 584 páginas
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Select Cases on the Law of Evidence as Applied During the Examination of ...

Austin Abbott - 1895 - 764 páginas
...contradict a witness by showing that he has, at some other time, said something inconsistent with the present evidence, you must ask him as to the time,...and person involved in the supposed contradiction." In a note by the reporter, it is stated that the general practice, since the Queen's case has been...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Circuit Courts of Ohio

Ohio. Circuit Court - 1897
...'Before th s can be done, it is generally held necessary, in the case of verbal statements, first to ask him as to the time, place and person involved...general question, whether he has ever said so and so, nor whether he has always told the same story; because it may frequently happen that, upon the general...
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Reports of Cases in the Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia, Volumen100

Virginia. Supreme Court of Appeals, Benjamin Watkins Leigh, Conway Robinson, Peachy Ridgway Grattan, James Muscoe Matthews, George W. Hansbrough, Martin Parks Burks - 1903
...Under that rule. it is generally necessary, in the case of verbal statements, first to ask the witness, as to the time, place, and person involved in the supposed contradiction. 1 Greenleaf on Ev., sec. 462. The question propounded to the witness Johnson in this case, called his...
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The Northwestern Reporter, Volumen114

1908
...made statements out of court contrary to what he has testlfled to at the trial, he must be first asked the time, place, and person involved in the supposed contradiction. It is said that couimou justice requires that he should have an opportunity to recall the facts and to explain...
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The American and English Railroad Cases: A Collection of All Cases ...

1911
...may appear therein." The purpose of asking the witness, whose testimony is sought to be impeached, as to the time, place, and person involved in the supposed contradiction is twofold : First, to give him an opportunity to correct the statement already made on the witness...
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The Encyclopedic Digest of Texas Reports (Criminal Cases): Being a ..., Volumen6

Thomas Johnson Michie - 1914
...ment of a witness by a statement out of court contrary to what he has testified that he be first asked as to the time, place and person involved in the supposed contradiction. Williams r. State, 3 Tex. Cr. App. 316; Jordan v. State, 10 Tex. 479; Walker v. State, 6 Tex. Cr. App....
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Trial Evidence: A Practical Treatise on the Law of Evidence and Related ...

Reed Metzler - 1920 - 742 páginas
...contradiction. Lamb v. Stewart, 2 Oh. 230. Dunn v. Cronise, 0 Oh. 82. King v. Wicks, 20 Oh. 87. (b) It is not enough to ask him the general question, •whether he has ever said so and so, nor whether he has always told the same story ; because it may frequently happen that, upon the general...
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The Law of Evidence in Civil and Criminal Cases, Michigan

William W. Potter - 1920 - 1025 páginas
...court, relevant to the matter in issue, contrary to his testimony at the trial, it is necessary first to ask him as- to the time, place, and person involved in the supposed contradiction. Time, place, and person must be fixed by the impeaching question, the language which it is claimed...
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Reports of Cases at Law and in Chancery Argued and Determined in ..., Volumen66

1875
...witness can be contradicted, "it is generally held necessary, in the case of verbal statements, first, to ask him as to the time, place, and person involved...enough to ask him the general question whether he has said so and so, nor whether he has always told the same story, because it may frequently happen that,...
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Minnesota Reports, Volumen13

Minnesota. Supreme Court - 1869
...the stand, the general rule in regard io verbal statements is that such witness must first be asked as to the time, place and person involved in the supposed contradiction. The precise date need not be indicated. The object i3, injustice to the witness and party cSilling...
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