R. Uzziel on What One Witness Does and Doesn’t Do (3 Sivan)

משפטי עוזיאל חושן משפט ד:כד
3 Sivan 5693 (1933)

One witness clearly obligates an oath if he supports a plaintiff’s claim; can he do the reverse, free the defendant from the need for an oath?

This teshuva is a reply to an 18-year-old Tzitz Eliezer.

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