legem habere (lee-j[schwa]m h[schwa]-beer-ee), vb. [Latin] Hist. To be able to testify under oath. ? In England, witnesses with criminal convictions were unable to testify until the 19th century, by the Evidence Act of 1843 (6 & 7 Vict., ch. 85).
How do Chinese lawyers translate the term LEGEM HABERE?
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