I know for rash judgement it’s a mortal sin if, with full consent and knowledge:
-the judgement is a conviction, not merely a doubt
-if you’re purposefully judging them
-and if it’s about a mortal sin
But for the last condition, does that mean that you are judging that they have committed a mortal sin when it’s unsure, or that you are judging that they’ve committed something of grave matter, when it’s unsure?
Also, if you see someone make a decision that is reckless, let’s say, while driving, would it be rash judgement to assuming they’ve committed something of grave matter, while assuming they did it without sufficient reflection/full consent of the will?
Thank you for your answers.