Latin Legal Terms

Calumniae juramendum

Calumniae juramendum - in the legal practice, this legal term finds application in the area of Criminal Law, where refers to a statement made both by the prosecutor and the convicted before start of the court trial. The role of this statement is to oblige both parties to present all proofs they’ve collected, and to ensure performance by them of the due behavior (i.e. actions) to reach the truth in the process. All these circumstances will enable the court trial to end in the proper way.

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