Veredictum, quasi dictum veritas; ut judicium quasi juris dictum. A verdict is, as it were, the saying of the truth, in the same manner that a judgment is the saying of the law. Co. Litt. 226.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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As mentioned, this method sophisticates a social control system from the end of the Carolingian time: the famous Domesday Book (the book where all the owners of immovable properties in England can be found and that was created because of fiscal goals) is a result of a great inquiry, in which officials, obeying the King, interrogate, in each district and village, some qualified juratores to say the truth (veredictum) (11).
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