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In 1887 John Henry Wigmore graduated from Harvard Law School. Only four years later, in 1891, there came from his pen an article in the Harvard Law Review entitled "Nemo Tenetur Seipsum Prodere," which showed to the profession that there had arrived at the bar a writer who was not only a deep student of legal history and knew his law of evidence, but who had no hesitation in smashing images, regardless of how sacredly they had theretofore been worshiped.
John E. Tracy,
WIGMORE ON EVIDENCE-A REVIEW,
Mich. L. Rev.
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