Non suspicio cujuslibet vani et meticulosi hominis, sed talis qui possit cadere in virum constantem; talis enim esse metus, qui in se contineat vitae periculum, aut corporis cruciatum


Non suspicio cujuslibet vani et meticulosi hominis, sed talis qui possit cadere in virum constantem; talis enim esse metus, qui in se contineat vitae periculum, aut corporis cruciatum
It must not be the apprehension of a foolish and fearful man, but such as would affect a courageous man; it should be such fear as would involve danger to life or bodily pain. See 1 Bl Comm 131.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.


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