Although Shenker recognizes that Langer's and the Yale archive's "preference for stressing anti-redemptive modes of testimony
constitutes a framing paradigm" in itself, Shenker's discussions of individual testimonies nonetheless tend to locate resistance to archival instrumentalization--what he also suggestively calls "signatures of individual expressions in testimonies"--in moments where such deep or anti-redemptive memory is said to emerge and to contest the demands of common memory (53, 4).
First term: Testimony
should be performed in front of one of the security departments without providing an oath - except when it is necessary -- like when a traffic policeman examines a severe accident that might have led to a death, here the witness may provide an oath, but in other overall cases, the testimony
before the security men will be for uncovering the truth.
Writing for the majority, Justice Samuel Alito described Quijano's testimony
as "bizarre and objectionable," but he said the difference in Buck's case was that the psychologist's discussion of race was elicited by his defense lawyers.
After the jurors have retired to consider their verdict, if they request additional instructions or to have any testimony
read to them they shall be conducted into the courtroom by the officer who has them in charge and the court may give them the additional instructions or may order the testimony
read to them.
18) In some instances, however, courts have ruled that witnesses are entitled to obtain copies of their grand jury testimony
based on their interests alone.
A Kaiser spokesman said Tuesday that the health group was ``shocked'' by Edwards' testimony
A dissenting opinion asserted that lay testimony
on insanity is excluded in Virginia only when there has been no evidence supporting an insanity defense introduced, but here the court-appointed expert established that the defendant was "most likely psychotic" at the time of the killing.
More specifically, the Board has determined, on nearly identical facts, that no controlling question of law or policy existed, where the ALJ issued a prehearing order ruling that a foreign national respondent subject to a related pending criminal indictment may not present his testimony
at the hearing via a deposition taken abroad.
Agrand jury--which is supposedly a citizen fact-finding body charged with determining the likelihood of a crime but in reality more resembles a fishing expedition dominated by a federal prosecutor--can unilaterally issue subpoenas to seize any assets and compel testimony
from any witness.
Local authorities were ordered to examine thousands of civil cases where parents had been forced to give up their children for adoption after being accused of abuse on the testimony
The Board, which oversees the IRS's administration, management, and direction, has invited TEI's testimony
every year since its inception (as part of the restructuring of the tax agency.
Federal rule of civil procedure 26(a)(2) mandates experts disclose their identity, the issues their opinions will address, their professional qualifications (including what they've published in the past 10 years and all cases in which they provided expert testimony
in the previous four years) and who is paying them.