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pertaining to or constituting evidence

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serving as or based on evidence

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But for the court, these matters were 'unquestionably evidentiary facts' which did not have to be specifically detailed in the information.
As part of the launch event, Minister Grant will unveil the new Mobile Alcohol Evidentiary Unit, and provide details on how this partnership came about as well as how the unit will work.
Broun presents guidelines to evidentiary privileges in federal courts for judges and lawyers.
As a result, administrative agencies are actively pursuing control over the law of evidentiary privilege to further their substantive mandates.
Failure to clear any of these evidentiary hurdles means that the evidence will not be admissible.
There are two well-known facts about evidentiary instructions of
10) In the dissent, which called for an abuse of discretion for all evidentiary decisions, Judge Raymond M.
Coakley's office and the town of Lunenburg were granted full participation in the evidentiary hearing, so they will be allowed to summon and cross-examine witnesses, said Lisa Capone, spokeswoman for the DPU.
Whether a New York State government official represented by a government attorney can invoke the evidentiary attorney-client privilege when faced with a state grand jury subpoena has not been explicitly addressed by either New York State courts or the New York State Legislature.
It is international in scope, publishing works concerning evidentiary issues of interest in more than one jurisdiction, such as the definition of hearsay or law reform proposals and comparisons among jurisdictions, as well as comparative analysis of scientific evidence in various jurisdictions.
The problems presented by the record containing significant evidentiary gaps are compounded because at least some key findings of the district court are not supported by the evidence that is contained in the record," Circuit Judge Ed Carnes wrote for the unanimous panel in Selman v.
The resulting Supreme Court certification was limited solely to establishing the appropriate standard of proof for an IFPA violation, and the Court determined that the standard was "a preponderance of evidence," the least demanding of the three evidentiary standards (preponderance of evidence, clear and convincing evidence, and proof beyond a reasonable doubt).
On March 27, Afghan authorities announced that the case against Rahman would be dismissed because of evidentiary problems.
The DEA continues to lower its evidentiary standards, making it nearly impossible for many doctors to determine what is and isn't permitted.