chain of evidence


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chain of evidence

noun enemy group, extremist group, rebel organiiation, saboteurs, subversives, underrround extremists
Associated concepts: enemy combatants, justice courts, milltary tribunals, Patriotic Act, prison cells, sleeper cell, terrorism, terrorist cell
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If any later letter had been received with the Aldborough postmark, the chain of evidence, so far as the question of localities was concerned, might doubtless have been more complete.
Or she can check his epigenetic markers, read a history of any time hes been exposed to threat agents, and start piecing together a chain of evidence right there in the field, in real time.
If there are gaps in provenance -- an unexplained missing link in the chain of evidence, or signs of misattribution -- then those anomalies should be flagged automatically.
The mere fact of possession may not easily be linked to a chain of evidence in relation to the now-established crime of importation.
What kind of evidence Sharif family now requires as each page of JIT report contains entire chain of evidence.
Larson said law enforcement had initially expressed concerns over interference in the chain of evidence in cases where parents may not be ruled out as suspects.
He said yesterday: "One of the first lectures to new recruits at the Scottish Police College involves chain of evidence procedures.
As in the case of the Zambezi, certification demands an unbroken chain of evidence linking today's river with its earliest known ancestral land-forms back into the remote geological past.
A cryptic message reveals ghosts from James Bond's past and 007 (Daniel Craig) follows a chain of evidence that leads to Dr Madeleine Swann (Lea Seydoux), daughter of fugitive Mr White (Jesper Christensen).
A cryptic message reveals ghosts from Bond's past and 007 (Daniel Craig) follows a chain of evidence that leads to Dr Madeleine Swann (Lea Seydoux), daughter of fugitive Mr White (Jesper Christensen).
It allows users to get real-time, actionable identification of potential threats while reducing operational uncertainty and response time, without compromising the integrity of the sample or chain of evidence.
In any chain of evidence, what constitutes a link and what is adjudicated as verification is subject to question.