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evidentiary

e vi den shee e ree

  • a  pertaining to or constituting evidence
    evidentiary technique
    an evidentiary fact
  • s  serving as or based on evidence
    its evidentiary value

  • The second line of evidentiary attack is political which is just as, if not more critical, to the future of the case against bin Laden.
  • Does the long-sleeved, belted, blue shirtwaist from the Gap still matter? Or is it like all those McGuffins in Hitchcock movies, just another evidentiary dead end stuck into the .
  • Lawyers, however, love these sites, which can be evidentiary gold mines.
News & Articles

  • Crack missing from BSO crime lab ignites dispute, call to review cases
    A quantity of crack cocaine about the size of a small marble disappeared from the Broward Sheriff's Office crime lab last year, an evidentiary problem that was never disclosed to the people prosecuting and defending a juvenile in a drug case.        
    June 15, 2013 - Sun-Sentinel
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    Please login to view the requested resource. HARRISONBURG — An evidentiary hearing scheduled to get under way Wednesday in the case of death-row inmate Ivan Teleguz was postponed, according to court records.
    June 14, 2013 - The Harrisonburg Daily News-Record
  • Lackland trainer accused of having sex with four women
    The woman, identified as Airman 3 in a charge sheet, testified she kissed him at the club, Cowboys Dancehall, but was so drunk she blacked out. “I remember being at Cowboys and drinking quite a bit,” said Airman 3, a mental health technician at a West Texas base. The evidentiary hearing, the latest in a series of proceedings stemming from the Air Force's worst sex scandal ever, could trigger a ...
    June 12, 2013 - San Antonio Express-News
Quotes

  • John Paul Stevens in Atlanta Journal Constitution
    In ordering a federal court to hold a hearing on this new evidence, Justice Stevens stated: "The substantial risk of putting an innocent man to death clearly provides an adequate justification for holding an evidentiary hearing."
  • Michael Chertoff in FOXNews
    Profound, inherent weaknesses in the government's case - not just gaps in its evidentiary proof, but doubts about its basic theories of criminality - motivated the government to resort to novel and incorrect legal theories, demand truncated and... Daniel Petrocelli http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daniel_M._Petrocelli&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNF5PfY6kE0tab5b7MfeR-MOasLdYA Forbes http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.forbes.com/feeds/ap/2007/09/07/ap4094099.html&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNFPQ8XVsfL_mY1uf_yfOmv6px3efQ Sep 7, 2007 34653 44429 evidentiary These investigations are integral to our mission, yet the sought-after information is often volatile and available only within a very limited timeframe. The proposed bill erects significant evidentiary burdens to obtaining critical information from...

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