expert evidence


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Related to expert evidence: Expert opinion, hearsay evidence, Expert witnesses
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expert evidence

n (Law) → testimonianza di perito
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This casebook provides cases and materials on the rules of evidence, covering relevancy and related problems, real and testimonial proof, hearsay, circumstantial proof, expert evidence, procedural considerations, judicial notice, and privileges.
It implies that no case can be decided on the basis of expert evidence exclusively without any primary piece of evidence, such as oral evidence (eye witnesses).
Campaigners opposed to the construction in the Markets area of South Belfast can now include expert evidence based on a separate major planning case, a judge confirmed.
The judge said that a jury will now not have to struggle with the concepts of "voluntary intoxication" or expert evidence on whether or not the defendant had the capacity to form a specific intent at the time of the attack.
The fundamental characteristic of expert evidence is that it is opinion evidence.
The Andrews Labor Government is supporting juries with clearer information and better processes when examining expert evidence in criminal trials.
It is highly critical of the industry's use of expert evidence it commissioned to back its case and its failure to disclose any internal assessments on how packaging design works for children and young people what the effect on standardized packaging on sales is likely to be.
Under Frye, all other expert evidence is generally admitted without the trial judge first assessing its reliability before submitting it to the jury.
Their research did not analyse the impact of a UK vote to exit the EU but cited expert evidence warning of a "constitutional crisis" .
Terranova argued these electronic records were inadmissible because they consist of expert evidence which was not properly admitted through a qualified expert (at paras 11 and 12).
And, as we shall see, where incriminating opinions are admitted, there are real dangers that the jury will use apparently independent evidence to fill gaps and oversights in the expert evidence.
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