rule of evidence

  1. (law) a rule of law whereby any alleged matter of fact that is submitted for investigation at a judicial trial is established or disproved
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How To Use rule of evidence In A Sentence

  • The rule as it has developed in common law jurisdictions is in fact an exception to an exception to a rule of evidence.
  • Like Ahab, he hounded teamster leader Jimmy Hoffa for more than a decade, bending every rule of evidence and prosecutorial ethics until he finally landed his prey.
  • With the amendment of the code of criminal procedure, both the prosecutor and the defendant have to show evidence to the court, so this needs the consistent rule of evidence.
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