preliminary hearing

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preliminary hearing

n (Jur) → Voruntersuchung f
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We conclude that Johnson has failed to provide newly discovered evidence to corroborate Harrington's recantation, and the circuit court properly denied the request for an evidentiary hearing on that claim.
In 2016, the appellate court reversed and remanded the matter for a third stage evidentiary hearing, finding that the trial court erred in dismissing defendant's claims of ineffective assistance of counsel concerning the handling of medical evidence.
Where a plaintiff has filed a motion for advancement from the defendant corporation of the counsel fees and expenses that he incurred in prosecuting his appeal of a jury verdict, the plaintiff's right to further advancement of his litigation expenses can only be determined after an evidentiary hearing to consider whether he has unclean hands as a consequence of engaging in fraudulent transfers and other actions undertaken to render himself judgment-proof.
Where defendant petitioned for a writ of actual innocence based on nonbiological evidence, the Court of Appeals abused its discretion by dismissing the petition without ordering an evidentiary hearing.
The court ordered an evidentiary hearing to determine if the insurance company's house counsel and private attorney violated the court rules by making false statements regarding the expert's opinions.
But Burke ruled Weinstein's claims of prosecutorial misconduct had "no basis" and denied Weinstein's request for an evidentiary hearing.
On appeal, defendant argued that the motion court erred in denying her motion without an evidentiary hearing
The judge would then hold an evidentiary hearing to determine if the evidence was clear and convincing and if its probative value outweighs it prejudice to the defendant.
The proposed rule requires an evidentiary hearing for those who wish to use electronic devices during a court proceeding.
'PGA's request for a conduct of an evidentiary hearing to determine whether Marsh UK, Marsh Singapore, and Marsh and Mclennan Companies are indeed doing business in the Philippines was made through a letter dated Aug.
An evidentiary hearing might be in order, the judge said.
Following an extensive formal evidentiary hearing, the State of Florida Division of Administrative Hearings held that there is "persuasive evidence," including current clinical studies and medical literature, that show "exoskeletons (including the ReWalk) are no longer 'experimental or investigational.'"