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acceptability by virtue of being admissible

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The top court considered the views of four senior advocates Arun Mohan, Jayant Bhushan, Yashank Adhyaru and Meenakshi Arora, who were appointed as amicus curiae to assist in interpreting the provision of 65B, to enable admissibility of electronic records.
Where there is corroboration there must be, and the admissibility of DNA should not allowed to be mishandled for frivolous adultery cases.
In a long and technical submission filled with legalese, Mallya's defence counsel Clare Montgomery questioned the admissibility, reliability and evidentiary value of documentation submitted by the government of India, in particular, the witness statements submitted by a wide array of witnesses such as banking officials.
After listening to the submissions of parties in the matter, Justice Aikawa adjourned to December 5 for ruling on the document's admissibility and continuation of trial.
Through analysis of evidence gathered through telephone tapping and house search in cross-border contexts in the European Union, this volume examines the mutual admissibility of evidence in criminal matters and whether it is feasible to create various types of common EU minimum standards and whether compliance with minimum standards would shape the concept of free movement and mutual recognition of evidence.
The conditions for admissibility, as foreseen by the European Citizens' Initiative Regulation, are that the proposed action does not manifestly fall outside the framework of the Commission's powers to submit a proposal for a legal act, that it is not manifestly abusive, frivolous or vexatious and that it is not manifestly contrary to the values of the Union.
BEIRUT: Lawyers at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon clashed Tuesday over the admissibility of evidence used by the prosecution for "political background.
Some works [8, 17-19] dealt with the robust admissibility and robust stabilization for the uncertain descriptor systems with a constant derivative matrix E.
Continuing his arguments from yesterday on the admissibility of his motion the mover said that the Senate Rules of Business did not bar a Minister's statement from being made the basis of adjournment motion.
The Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) in The Hague, Netherlands wrapped up hearings on Manila's territorial claim in the West Philippine Sea Tuesday (July 14) and gave China until August 17 to comment in writing on issues on jurisdiction and admissibility of its case presented before the Tribunal.
As agent of the Republic in the arbitration, the Solicitor General shall lead the Philippine delegation in these crucial hearings involving the jurisdiction and admissibility of the Republic's claims before an ad hoc arbitral tribunal of the Permanent Court of Arbitration, Hilbay said.
Mr Mulholland told the court he may apply to have a hearing into the admissibility of this evidence before the non-jury Diplock trial starts.
The admissibility of Dwyer's Garda interviews was also under scrutiny as he did not have a solicitor present during questioning.
This article discusses the interplay between those statutes when the trial court has admitted or excluded evidence without first making the proper threshold finding on admissibility.
Addressing the second limb of the admissibility test for the first time, the Pre-Trial Chamber in Gaddafi was not guarded about its reliance on predictive judgments about the capacity of the Libyan justice system.