Incidit in Scyllam evitare Charybdin


Incidit in Scyllam evitare Charybdin
He falls upon Scylla in avoiding Charybdis. As where counsel, in his effort to prove his client innocent of one offense, shows him to be guilty of another. Commonwealth v Eagan, 190 Pa 10, 42 A 374.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.


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