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[3] Sometimes proposition is highly advantageous, more especially when the fact cannot be defended and the question turns on the definition of the fact; as for example in the case of the man who has taken the money of a private individual from a temple: we shall say, “My client is charged with sacrilege. It is for you to decide whether it was sacrilege,” so that the judge may understand that his sole duty is to decide whether the charge is tantamount to sacrilege.

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