introduce into evidence

introduce into evidence

verb offer as an exhibit, offer evidence, place into evidence, present evidence, present formally, put forward for consideration, submit as evidence, submit to the court
Associated concepts: introduce into evidence exhibits, introouce into evidence prior testimony
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litigation, and there may be an effort to introduce into evidence some aspect of the foreign proceedings.
Lutfi wants to formally introduce into evidence at the trial a declaration from Britney that she gave in 2007 which dealt with her medication's effect on her ability to drive her children along with declarations from drug testing officials and her former doctor, Dr.
An alternative means of establishing such facts could be to introduce into evidence information contained in a "learned treatise"--a text that is viewed as authoritative within its field--or a review article or research study published in a leading journal.
Was the incident too remote in time to either introduce into evidence or use to cross-examine the nurse?
In most judicial systems, attempts to introduce into evidence expert diagnosis of that nature would be laughed out of court.