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Canon 1231

1. Minors below the fourteenth year of age and those who are

feebleminded are not allowed to give testimony; however, they may

be heard by reason of a decree of the judge which declares such a

hearing expedient. 2. The following are considered incapable

of giving testimony: (1) those who are parties in the case, or

who represent the parties in the trial; the judge and assistants,

the advocate and others who are assisting or have assisted the

parties in the same case; (2) priests as regards everything

which has become known to them by reason of sacramental confession, even if the penitent requests their manifestation; more-over, whatever has been heard by anyone or in any way on the

occasion of confession cannot be accepted as even an indication

of the truth.




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