Some malicious persons it is true deny the identity of this reputable character with the Evangelist of old times, and even pretend to bring competent evidence
of an imposture.
In dropping the charges, the state prosecutors noted that law enforcers needed to"gather more concrete and competent evidence
proving that respondents and other individuals are indeed involved in illegal drugs trade.
I sincerely hope that the DOJ will continue to gather more concrete and competent evidence
proving that respondents and other individuals are indeed involved in illegal drug activities," the lawmaker said.
The DOJ resolution reminded the police to 'gather more concrete and competent evidence
proving that respondents and other individuals are indeed involved in illegal d rugs activities, then there is no reason why they cannot file another case against them.
An individual is presumed innocent unless and until competent evidence
is presented to a jury that establishes guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.
But the court said that judges can value properties based on any competent evidence
in the record, and are not required to rely on appraisals.
Whether the commissioners erred in approving a use by special review application without competent evidence
the proposed industrial use is consistent with existing surrounding uses.
Based on Silberstein's income approach and Trustmark's cost approach the jury could have selected a fair market value within a range of competent evidence
This concurring opinion marks the third time in less than five years that I must document my position in favor of granting post-conviction relief to applicant, who is incarcerated for capital murder in a case in which there is no competent evidence
that a murder even occurred," Alcala added.
Thus, the rule would apply only if it was not readily apparent from the appellate record that (i) the expert testimony was either admissible or inadmissible, and (ii) other competent evidence
was not sufficiently strong to permit the conclusion that the improper admission or exclusion of the evidence had no effect on the decision.
Among other things, those standards require that an auditor exercise due professional care, exercise professional skepticism, and obtain sufficient competent evidence
to afford a reasonable basis for an opinion regarding the financial statements.
Because the Superintendent did not err in making credibility determinations and the Superintendent's factual findings are supported by competent evidence
in the record, the Supreme Court, as it must when dealing with an appeal, deferred to the Superintendent's findings.