Moorov doctrine

Moorov doctrine

in the law of evidence of the law of Scotland, the doctrine, taking its name from the first case in which it was enunciated, that corroboration can be found in cases, especially (but not necessarily) sexual cases, from the proof of two uncorroborated incidents related closely in time and in their nature. Thus, a man can be convicted on the uncorroborated evidence of two rape victims providing the interval between the two attacks is not excessive.
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