There's a sentence that I'm stumbling over in one of the GM readings. Can anyone help me out to let me know if I'm on the right track? Thanks!
Iam in omnibus quae dicit tanta auctoritas inest ut dissentire pudeat et fidem non advocati sed testis habere ille videatur.
Here's what I've got so far:
Now in everything which he says such great authority is to be found that it is shameful to disagree and not to have faith of the advocate but of the eye-witness...
and it's a bit jumbled and I have no clue what to do with "ille videatur."
I just thought of something to do with ille videatur....what if the sentence said ... it is shameful to disagree and that man seems not to have faith of the advocate but of the eye-witness.
Am I even close?