if two people

by James Denison - 2/22/13 10:52 PM

In Reply to: we can go on and on about what you think by itsdigger

give witness to what someone said they personally saw and knew, then their testimony of what they heard from that person where it agrees can be counted as true, although what they heard or were told by someone who saw it might be false. Corroborating evidence which they had no way of knowing which backed up what they were told might also then be applied and the conviction would not be entirely on hearsay.