Admissible Evidence


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Admissible Evidence

Any item, exhibit, object, material, or recording which a local, district, or federal court will accept as linking an alleged actor to an act.
Examples A knife belonging to the accused, covered with the victim's blood; the uttering of the killer’s name by a dying victim is admissible in some jurisdictions (Michigan, California, Washington, D.C., and the state of Washington).
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He argued that since the Supreme Court in its July 28, 2017 verdict had relied on the JIT report, the trial court might treat it as admissible evidence.
A Crown Office spokesman said: "After full and careful consideration of the facts and circumstances, including the admissible evidence available, Crown counsel instructed there should be no proceedings.
A Supreme Court judge in a case observed that it never ruled that DNA report is not admissible evidence.
Polanski and Braun have] not presented sufficient credible, admissible evidence or legal arguments to warrant the requested relief.
Throughout Wednesday's session, Wong addressed court decisions to reinvestigate admissible evidence of the "red" cellular networks.
Working seamlessly together with the national authorities, two EAWs were rapidly executed, and legal proceedings and the collection of admissible evidence were assured.
Sue Hemming, head of the CPS Special Crime and Counter Terrorism Division, said: "We made our decision based upon all the available admissible evidence.
on the basis that relevant and admissible evidence has come to light, that was not available at trial, and that undermines the safety of his conviction.
By law, a defendant's interview is not admissible evidence in court against a co-accused, unless that defendant is called as witness and makes a witness statement.
Real, admissible evidence ought to be presented by the prosecution, and challenged by the defence.
P 26(b)(1) ('Relevant information need not be admissible at the trial if the discovery appears reasonably calculated to lead to the discovery of admissible evidence.
The state did not attempt to parse this inadmissible evidence from admissible evidence regarding value and therefore the court of appeals found the evidence should be excluded.