Judith Jesch's travel section reads as freshly conceived, pulling together historical, runic, and legal evidence
and literary treatments in an exemplary way.
If you're going to take patient photographs, retain them as part of the patient's medical record because patient images are considered medical records and as such are legal evidence
I don't know whether they will be successful or not, but from the legal evidence
I have seen I think they are in with a shout.
Never mind the possibility of legal evidence
of wrongdoing and lack of political ethics.
The formality of a note or other legal evidence
of a debt, in itself, is not conclusive that a bona fide debt exists.
They conducted exhaustive interviews with the Stonechild family, their legal team, and other people involved in the case, and they accessed legal evidence
, confidential documents, and photos used in the inquiry.
Some doctors fail to understand that their sworn affidavits, containing their opinion, constitute legal evidence
and that they may be cross-examined on that evidence.
McCarvel, "You Won't Believe Your Eyes: Digital Photography as Legal Evidence
," retrieved from http://www.
The courts deemed that the competent medical and legal evidence
produced in the records offered clear and convincing proof that Theresa had been correctly diagnosed as being in a persistent vegetative state, and that her husband had appropriately reflected her intentions and her best interests by requesting that she not be kept alive by artificial means, including nutrition and hydration.
Experts were consulted, medical and legal evidence
The major strengths of the book--and its claims to originality--are new material surrounding Goodwin's early life, and a counter-factual chapter exploring the legal evidence
against Dan Campbell.
For records managers, users are largely seeking legal evidence
and administrative information; for archivists, users are historical researchers attempting to create new knowledge about past events, people, and organizations.