admission of evidence

admission of evidence

n. a judge's acceptance of evidence in a trial. (See: evidence)

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Where a defendant who was convicted of robbery under the Hobbs Act and unlawful possession of a weapon challenged the admission of evidence of him wearing clothes similar to those worn by the perpetrator, the evidence was properly admitted as relevant, non-character evidence under Rules 401 and 402 and it was relevant on the issue of identity, and the judgment is affirmed because the Hobbs Act robbery was a crime of violence under circuit precedent.
I overruled the motion with respect to the quantum of damages and took it under advisement with respect to the admission of evidence.
In penumbral cases, this evidence may attenuate the seriousness of a Charter breach sufficiently to permit admission of evidence. In other circumstances (13), the Crown's failure to advance non-repetition evidence may support exclusion.
"The nature of the victims [is] also dissimilar."<br />The most that can be said, Ahuja wrote, is that all of these cases involved felony sex offenses against minor females, but "that is not enough to support the admission of evidence of Lutes' prior offenses."<br />In his appeal, Lutes made another argument: that the judge should not have refused to let his attorney ask the voir dire question about his prior convictions.
Hargraves's arguments concern the admission of evidence relating to an anonymous 911 call that relayed the description of an individual with a gun.
Most reported social media cases involve the admission of evidence against the author.
services includes: should provide an independent, objective, fair and impartial review of contested dangerous/vicious animal determinations, will supply all materials, and equipment required to perform the services, shall conduct the administrative hearings, hear all pertinent evidence offered by all interested persons, oversee the admission of evidence offered by the city or parking violator, oversee any cross-examination, or conduct such examination(s) of evidence as the hearing officer considers necessary to reach a decision, record the hearing through an audio recorder, or oversee the use of a shorthand reporter if requested by one of the parties, keep log of the testimony and documentary evidence received during the hearing, and render a fair and impartial decision of the matter.
Reyes also said the prosecution's admission of evidence showed that she had never transacted with Napoles or any of her employees regarding Enrile's pork barrel projects and had no role in the signing of letters endorsing Napoles' bogus foundations to implement Enrile's projects.
Among other topics, the participants heard from some fifteen speakers on victims' participation in the STL's proceedings and the admission of evidence before international criminal tribunals.
New Mexico (1)--have paved a new path for the defense to challenge the admission of evidence and opinions of nontestifying forensic experts.
Separate chapters explore the interplay between admission of evidence and the confrontation right, the problem of anonymous witnesses testifying in court, in chambers hearings, and closed circuit television testimony.
exclusionary rule that bars admission of evidence produced or derived