The New International EncyclopŠeia, Volume 1

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Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Moore Colby, Daniel Coit Gilman

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Page 66 - A conviction cannot be had upon the testimony of an accomplice, unless he be corroborated by such other evidence as tends to connect the defendant with the commission of the offense, and the corroboration is not sufficient if It merely shows the commission of the offense or the circumstances thereof.
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