Definition of HALF PROOF


HALF PROOF

semiplena probatio, civil law. Full proof is that which is
sufficient to end the controversy, while half proof is that which is
insufficient, as the foundation of a sentence or decree, although in itself
entitled to some credit. Vicat, voc. Probatio.


Source: Bouviers Law Dictionary 1856 Edition

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