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Synonyms for adduce

Synonyms for adduce

to bring forward for formal consideration

Synonyms for adduce

advance evidence for

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If no reasonable trier of fact could find that evidence adduced by the Prosecution, taken at its highest, proves guilt beyond reasonable doubt, a trial chamber enters a verdict of acquittal.
The Trial Chamber also erred by finding that evidence adduced by the Prosecution was incapable of proving certain types of genocidal acts, said the Tribunal which is based at the Dutch city of the Hague.
It is all evidence of a kind that could have been adduced at the trial and we are not persuaded by the applicant's attempt to blame his legal representatives for not obtaining or leading it," said the judge.
Worries are adduced for divine timing from (at least) some interpretations of time in special relativity (SR).
Hamadeh also adduced Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Muallem's comments at a press conference on Wednesday as the latest proof that the Syrian regime has lost its grip on reality.
Granting an order for possession and an injunction against Mr Haw and Ms Tucker, Mr Justice Wyn Williams said: "As is apparent from this judgment, I have concluded that the claimant has adduced substantial evidence which justifies the conclusion that the making of orders in this case is proportionate.
According to the reasons adduced for the verdict, the temporary freezing of bonuses and advantages granted to deputies and advisers is a useful protective measure, in accordance with provisions of article 81 of the Organic Law related to the Administrative Court, as it ensures the protection of public funds pending the ruling on the main case.
What characterizes the venture in "philosophical theology" is the concern to clarify the meaning of theological assertions and to evaluate critically the coherence of Christian doctrinal claims and the arguments adduced in their support.
It was evidence which was not adduced at the appellant's trial which, in our view, it is necessary in the interests of justice that we should receive.
No objective evidence has ever been adduced to refute it.
All that evidence adduced by the prosecution demonstrates, you may think, quite clearly is a close association between Steve Wright and the five young women who died - and a close association between them and him not many hours before they died.
The same old, same old "intelligence" is being adduced, the propaganda machine cranked up and the media dragooned into yet another war party.
Second, two legal maxims can be adduced to support this thesis: Everyone is the moderator and arbiter of his own goods, and a good is worth what it can be sold for.
It has been asserted by many writers that mules never die, but the evidence of four credible witnesses can be adduced in proof of this particular mule's utter and irrecoverable deadness.
Expert evidence adduced at trial established that most Quebeckers do not wish to take part in partner-swapping or group sex, which is engaged in by only 2% to 5% of the population.