Veredictum

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.

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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).
En el caso de la sentencia judicial, las circunstancias del caso y las leyes dadas a priori por la estructura legal, funcionan como "explanans", siendo la deduccion logica del veredictum el explanandum correspondiente (43).
(47.) Posting of David Edwards to Veredictum, NSA Uses Private Firms for Massive Unchecked Domestic Surveillance, http://veredictum.com/node/109 (Feb.