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AD CONVINCENDAM CONSCIENTIAM JUDICIS

ad        convincendam        conscientiam        judicis        (ad        kon-vin-sen-d<<schwa>>m

kon-shee-en-shee-<<schwa>>m joo-di-sis). [Law Latin] Scots law. Sufficient to satisfy the moral

conviction  of  the  judge.  •  The  phrase  appeared  in  reference to  circumstantial evidence  that  was

admissible in paternity cases because direct proof was unavailable. [Blacks Law 8th]