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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Her family say expert evidence shows that, in fact, she scaled the barrier then clung to it but lost her grip.
Her lecture, titled Flawed forensics: Why troubling expert evidence continues to find its way to court,is part of the UR Humanities Center's 2018-19 series on the theme of Expertise and Evidence.
New York, NY, January 08, 2019 --(PR.com)-- The Knowledge Group/The Knowledge Congress Live Webcast Series, the leading producer of regulatory focused webcasts, has announced today that Steven Herscovici, Principal with The Brattle Group, will speak at The Knowledge Group's webcast entitled: "Expert Evidence in IP Litigation: What You Must Know and Do in the 2019 Landscape." This event is scheduled for Thursday, January 10, 2019 from 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm, Eastern Time.
The district court held that Dalton's claims failed under Indiana law because she did not provide expert evidence on the issue of causation.
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.
According to Articles 59 and 164 of the Qanun-e-Shahadat Order (QSO) 1984, DNA evidence is viewed as a form of expert evidence, which is regarded as corroboratory evidence, and thus cannot be treated as primary evidence, with the reasoning that DNA evidence is not infallible.
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.
This Article analyzes the concurrent expert evidence model ("hot tubbing") which has been most strongly promoted in Australia and is increasingly becoming a normalized procedure in other international jurisdictions.
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