No circumstance of importance, from the beginning to the end of the disclosure, shall be related on hearsay evidence
It was as much a part of their education to put their faith in these on hearsay evidence
, as to put their faith in King, Lords and Commons.
Not more than one in ten had ever really tried it; the other nine had contented themselves with hearsay evidence
and a peep through the door.
It was a good match from a worldly point of view, but his wife formed an unfavourable opinion of the colonial climate on hearsay evidence
Prior to Rule 6's enactment, hearsay evidence
was consistently admitted at probation violation hearings.
The updated Military Commissions Act of 2009 signed by President Obama last October made significant improvements, but the tribunals remain deeply flawed, allowing introduction of coerced statements and hearsay evidence
For what it's worth, here's my hearsay evidence
Thanks to his reforms, he said, defendants tried by military commissions will have "greater latitude in selecting their own counsel" and "more protections if they refuse to testify"; introducing hearsay evidence
will be harder, and statements elicited through "cruel, inhuman, or degrading interrogation methods" will be banned.
military base in Guantanamo, Cuba after making several rule changes, including barring statements obtained under harsh interrogation and making it more difficult to use hearsay evidence
Defending solicitor Gary Harvey said Miss Nicholas had refused to give evidence and to rely on hearsay evidence
as the basis for a prosecution was not good enough.
The rules will be stacked in the government's favor, so hearsay evidence
that would not be allowed in civilian courts may be allowed.
It is true that hearsay evidence
can be admitted in administrative hearings, but it has limited usefulness for the offering party.