Relevant evidence

RELEVANT EVIDENCE. That which is applicable to the issue and which ought to be received; the phrase is used in opposition to irrelevant evidence, which is that which is not so applicable, and which must be rejected. Vide Relevancy.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Sytin also lamented DOJ's decision to ignore similar cases in the past that required relevant evidence to declare a probable cause to charge a person of involvement in a crime.
We want the public to know that we would be amenable to receiving any video clip, relevant evidence, or information any members of the public may have of the accident that can assist us with this investigation.'
ISLAMABAD -- Minister for Narcotics Control and SAFRON Shehryar Khan Afridi on Thursday said that the Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) had been tracking Rana Sanaullah for the past three weeks and it has got all the relevant evidence which would be furnished in the court of law.
There is still time to find the relevant evidence. We will wait until the trial at the court and will evaluate the results later,' he said after launching the 'Bantuan Demokrasi dan Pendanaan Asing: Melewati Pertukaran Rejim' book by Muhammad Takiyuddin Ismail, which was published by Universiti Malaysia (UM) Press.
Packed with relevant evidence and research, "A Meaningful Mess" is specifically intended to help classroom teachers understand why traditional teaching strategies are no longer working and what they can do to engage and empower this generation of learners.
His topics include relevancy and its limitations, relevant evidence deemed inadmissible for policy reasons, evidentiary foundations and issues during trial, drafting and arguing motions in limine, and the trial judge's role and control during trial.
As we explain, we direct the circuit court to remand this matter to DHS for a determination of the supervision issue in light of relevant evidence in the record.
He directed officers to perform their duties with honesty, dedication and proceed ahead after getting relevant evidence.
the evidence was relevant evidence, necessary for the determination of the issues in the inquest.
'This court must consider relevant evidence to determine which properties are of interest to the EACC and which ones are not,' she said.
The chairman directed the DGs to conduct investigations by collecting relevant evidence and unnecessary delay in this regard would not be tolerated.The relevant DG would be held responsible for any delay in investigations.