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   Title, Canon
1 7,192 | shines upon them from the witness of the~Christian faithful 2 7,289 | community may~render that witness of love which the Lord commanded; 3 7,293 | ministry and~to give the proper witness of truth and life to all; 4 10,380 | means, but especially by the witness of life and ministry.~ 5 14,593 | missionaries so that together witness is given to Christ the Lord.~ 6 15,639 | doctrine and exemplary in the witness of their~lives; and they 7 15,641 | posts in~society and to bear witness to their faith in the world.~ 8 16,688 | sponsor, there be at least one witness, by whom~the celebration 9 16,691 | declaration of a single witness who is above all suspicion~ 10 16,895 | of the divine name as a witness~to truth, can only be made 11 24,1105| bond, procurator, advocate, witness or~expert cannot afterwards 12 24,1132| judicial acts and a party or a witness cannot or will not~sign 13 24,1132| been read to the party~or witness verbatim and that the party 14 24,1132| verbatim and that the party or witness either could~not or would 15 25,1209| Canon 1209~If a party or a witness refuses to appear before 16 25,1232| party who has introduced a witness can forego the questioning~ 17 25,1232| forego the questioning~of the witness; but the opposing party 18 25,1232| party can demand that the witness be questioned notwithstanding 19 25,1236| party can~request that a witness be excluded if a just cause 20 25,1236| the interrogation of the witness.~ 21 25,1237| Canon 1237~The citation of a witness is done by a decree of the 22 25,1237| judge made~known to the witness according to law.~ 23 25,1238| Canon 1238~A witness who has been duly cited 24 25,1242| 1242~The questioning of a witness is conducted by the judge, 25 25,1242| questions to be put to the witness, they are to~propose these 26 25,1242| these questions not to the witness but to the judge or~the 27 25,1243| to the attention of the witness the~serious obligation to 28 25,1243| administer the oath to the witness in accordance with can. 29 25,1243| with can. 1213; but the witness who refuses to take it~is 30 25,1244| establish the identity of the~witness; the judge should seek out 31 25,1244| the relationship of~the witness with the parties, and, when 32 25,1244| specific~questions to the witness regarding the case, the 33 25,1244| about the sources of the witness' knowledge and the precise 34 25,1244| and the precise time the witness learned what is asserted.~ 35 25,1246| the~judge may advise the witness of some matters if it is 36 25,1250| deposition must be read to the witness or the~witness must be given 37 25,1250| read to the witness or the~witness must be given an opportunity 38 25,1250| acts must be~signed by the witness, the judge and the notary.~ 39 25,1253| person; (2) whether the witness~testifies in virtue of personal 40 25,1253| whether the testimony is the~witness' opinion, or a rumor or 41 25,1253| others; (3) whether~the witness is reliable and firmly consistent 42 25,1253| vacillating; (4) whether the witness has supporting witnesses 43 25,1254| The deposition of a single witness cannot constitute full proof~ 44 25,1254| constitute full proof~unless a witness acting in an official capacity 45 25,1351| however, after even a single witness has been~heard, the judge


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