item of evidence

See: exhibit
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In the letter, Gilroy says his appeals are ongoing, adding: "I am extremely concerned this key item of evidence.
Despite the fact the said Chairs appointed 167 members of staff to date, not a single item of evidence has been presented.
It is yet another item of evidence that links poor health to tough social and economic conditions.
Picking up on the fact that a witness calls an item of evidence Windows event logs for a print server will avoid any stumbling when the witness gives a negative answer when asked about his review of print logs.
It relied, too, on a circuit board, alleged to have been part of the bomb and to have derived from a batch of Swiss timing devices sold to Libya, though it was to transpire that this item of evidence -- found far from the Lockerbie crash site -- had nothing to do with the timers in question.
com) to every item of evidence captured and preserved in the evidence container produced by the system, Cernam "Capture & Preserve" collects and packages the entire content of a web page or other online resource in an evidentially sound manner, providing survivable third-party verification of time and integrity without the reliance on any specific technology providers.
In the early days there were many theories as to what may have happened so we had to meticulously look at every item of evidence until we identified Mr Davies and had enough evidence to charge him.
It was written and said there was match-fixing without one item of evidence," Blatter said.
Processing and examining the inside and outside surfaces of an item of evidence separately take nearly twice as long as processing the total surface area collectively.
A single item of evidence may be subject to many examinations in several units.
Conclusions are not merely the sum of each individual item of evidence and the inferential links between them.
For example, if a key item of evidence has vanished between the deadline for notification and the actual receipt of notice, the insurer often can demonstrate sufficient prejudice to defeat the claim (assuming that alternative, comparable evidence does not remain available).