cumulative evidence


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Related to cumulative evidence: Conclusive evidence, evidencing

cumulative evidence

n
(Law) law additional evidence reinforcing testimony previously given
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cumulative evidence

n (Jur) → Häufung fvon Beweisen/Zeugenaussagen
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2017 Aug 8;70[6]:776-803) stopped short of saying that the cumulative evidence now supports a guideline change, but he acknowledged in an interview that the evidence could legitimately influence practice.
It is admissible under the statute unless the probative value is substantially outweighed by the danger of unfair prejudice, confusion of the issue, or misleading the jury, or by considerations of undue delay, waste of time, or needless presentation of cumulative evidence.
However, if the patient and the medical team opt to proceed with BPM, the cumulative evidence to date supports nipple sparing mastectomy with immediate reconstruction as an appropriate risk-reducing procedure to optimize the oncological and aesthetic results and improve quality of life.
She added that she trusted trial judges would continue to employ their discretion on cumulative evidence.
McAlister a majority of the Wisconsin Supreme Court struggled to appropriately define cumulative evidence and introduces a contrived definition of recantation.
The cumulative evidence shows that low-carb diets are safe and effective for combating obesity, highly promising for the treatment of Type 2 diabetes, and they improve most cardiovascular risk factors.
John Ireland, Associate Professor at the Rochester Institute of Technology, Dubai, provides cumulative evidence and a frank commentary on what drives customer loyalty in Islamic banking
Rule 403 calls for balancing probative value against the trial-efficiency concerns of "undue delay, wasting time, or needlessly presenting cumulative evidence." But if the redundant "testimony from a tenth witness ...
There is cumulative evidence that changes in the metabolism of certain micronutrients in T2DM might have a specific role in its pathogenesis and complications2.
If, after trial, a new alibi witness--one with an unassailable and unimpeachable background, and one with no motive to lie comes forward to corroborate the alibi evidence at trial, is that cumulative evidence? It is very difficult to assess the reasons juries reject evidence; therefore, courts should be very lenient in how they apply this standard.
Myint said: "Cumulative evidence suggests higher chocolate intake is associated with a lower risk of future cardiovascular events.
Nevertheless, they add: "Cumulative evidence suggests that higher chocolate intake is associated with a lower risk of future cardiovascular events."

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