Nowhere in the law of evidence does greater confusion exist than in the concept of a presumption and its effect. Not only is the confusion widespread, but it is intensified by the intransigence of most judges in their rejection of the views of respected writers in the field. No attempt will be made here to restore order to the Tennessee law of presumptions. The purpose of this note is merely to catalogue some of its inconsistencies.
E. William Henry,
The Law of Presumptions in Tennessee,
10 Vanderbilt Law Review
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