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Evidence is one of the most important aspects of any trial. It can make or break a case for either the prosecution or the defense. Two major types of evidence are demonstrative and documentary. Although both forms of evidence can be beneficial to an attorney, there are also challenges when using either form. … It is well known that most people tend to retain…
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Subject: 23 March 2013 Evidence To what extent must the parties in civil and criminal cases disclose their evidence to the other side? A main issue in the civil and procedural law in criminal cases is the extent to which either side has to create revelation for the other.… In certain cases it can be essential to withhold convinced evidence from the protection…
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Evidence
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Name: Course: Date: Evidence The parties in either civil or criminal case must disclose their evidence as broadly as possible, to the other side of the case, and especially the disclosure of any exculpatory evidence (Federal Judicial Center, 27).The broad disclosure covers even the disclosure of confidential informants, like in this case, the “Eye” officer.…
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Evidence
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According to the civil code of Procedure in California, the supreme courts shares similar dealings with the courts of appeal concerning reversing, verifying or modifying any orders appealed. Passing a direct and proper judgment by the jury or judge should involve new trials or… in the calendar of the judiciary in the arrangement of the appointment of subject,…
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DNA Evidence
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DNA Evidence Name: Lecturer: Institution: Course: Date: DNA Evidence DNA evidence is a method used by forensic scientists in order to determine the DNA profile of an individual. DNA is most commonly used in proofing the parenthood or crime investigation. It has become one of the common convincing ways of individual characteristic evidence.… The research on DNA…
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Criminal Evidence
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In most cases, it is presented by the defendant as a way of showing they are not guilty. For a criminal case to be successful, the key determinant is the weight of the criminal… For physical evidence it can be the weapon used to commit the crime for instance murder weapons if the crime was murder. DNA samples are also another form of physical criminal evidence…
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Trace evidence
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“Microanalysis today generally deals with samples in the milligram or microgram size ranges” (Kubic and Petraco, 2003, p. 251). Not many years… “He put the analysis of handwriting on a firmer footing, systematized the analysis of the dust in the clothes of suspects, invented a modified method of analyzing blood stains, and invented poroscopy, whereby the pores…
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Hearsay Evidence
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The Criminal Justice Bill is heralded as the harbinger of modernisation in the legal system, mostly in favour of witnesses, victims and the communities. It has one mission: reducing the crime, helping the fallen, and preventing further criminal activities, covering areas like detection of the crime, arranging the witnesses, punishing the deserving and the rehabilitation.…
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DNA Evidence
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DNA is most commonly used in proofing the parenthood or crime investigation. It has become one of the common convincing ways of individual characteristic evidence. The… The research on DNA evidence started showing significant improvement by the 20th century. DNA evidence became widespread and it became a problem solving tool for immigration disputes, refining…
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Criminal Evidence
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To what extent is a characteristic of a witness taken into account in criminal proceedings? To establish accurately the character integrity of a witness, and the trustworthiness of evidence, is an essential aspect in all successful rulings. Every rational individual could be a witness; however, the trustworthiness of his/her testimony will depend on his/her interest in proclaiming or covering the truth.…
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Evidence Base
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How far we have come? What are the current issues, and where are we going in terms of incorporating high quality evidence into clinical, education, management, and policy decisions? Is evidence-based nursing a passing fad, or does it contributes to quality,… On the other hand institutional changes, healthcare practitioner aptitude, proficiency, education play…
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Evidence Based
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Discuss your observations about this process, the challenges and rewards of critiquing research. What suggestions do you have for other professional nurses that will assist them to develop and maintain this skill? Careful and systemic… Critical appraisal is currently a key component included in the training and continuing professional development of all…
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Illegally evidence
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When considering the above statement it is necessary to examine legislation with regard to the admissibility of evidence. The starting point is to look at section 78 of the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 which allows the court discretion to exclude any evidence they deem to have been unfairly obtained.… Within this framework consideration will be given…
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Sexual Evidence
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Sexual offences cover an enourmous range of conduct including rape,indecent assault, buggery, gross indecency between men, indecent exposure, unlawful intercourse with a "defective woman", incest and prostitution related offences. The definition of rape was changed fundamentally by the Criminal Justice & Public Order Act (CJPOA) 1994, Sec 142 which substitution sec 1 Sexual Offences Act 1956 by stating that it is an offence for a man to rape a woman or another man.…
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Evidence resit
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There are typically three kinds of evidence that is given in a trial: evidence that is fact, evidence that is an opinion, and evidence that is hearsay.1 In addition, The nature of a court case is not to find the truth, “but to establish that a version of what occurred has an… In discussing this evidence, the admissibility and the relevance of the evidence will…
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CRIMINAL EVIDENCE
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The English word “evidence” has been extracted from the Latin “evidere”, which stands for describing or explaining each and everything, related to an event or incident, in a… It is considered as the most imperative magnitude to judge and assess the validity and authenticity of an incident, an offence or a felony. The statutes of law are devised and implemented…
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Forensic Evidence
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Forensic Evidence Essay First name, last name Subject Professor Submission Date Forensic Evidence Essay Part 1 This crime scene record is lacking in a lot of very important information. To start with, it has no indication of the time when this crime scene inspection was done1.… Was it phoned in? Was it something that police on patrol or some other duty came…
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Audit Evidence
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Audit evidence is the expression formed by the auditor on the clients business records in the various stages of his assignment these stages include the audit acceptance stage, audit planning stage, in the control planning stage, in the substantive stage and finally in the conclusion or opinion formulation stage.… These are all physical items owned by a…
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Trace Evidence
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Forensic science is currently regarded as a very powerful and reliable professional field that deals with the analysis and identification of individuals that may be associated with a criminal case (Hunter, 2006). The field of forensic science generally deals with the application of specific and highly sensitive techniques that allow the forensic analyst to identify both the victim and the assailant of a criminal case.…
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Criminal Evidence
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This question requires the discussion of whether the present state of the English law with its recent developments and the effect of the European Union Law provides the defendant in a criminal trial with adequate protection against procedural loopholes allowing the authorities and third parties to obtain evidence unfairly.… The leading case in this area was R…
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Disseminating Evidence
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The project that aimed at reducing and preventing obesity among nurses will end by releasing evidence to stakeholders who have an interest in the topic and also those who are involved. The key stakeholders of this project include the internal members of the organization who… The strategies that will be used to disseminate this evidence include reports,…
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Evidence Burden
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I agree with Choo with most of the points he has presented in this chapter, first of all being the defence of insanity, where burden of proof is different from other common law under English law. It is a bit bizarre that the presumption of insanity has to be proved by the accuser which implies that insanity is not an issue in the trial until the accuser makes it a live issue by proving with sufficient evidence.…
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Criminal Evidence
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The Fourth Amendment was meant to help prevent police officers from conducting unlawful searches upon people, houses, personal effects, and other items. The main purpose of the law was to make sure that police officers were not given a window of opportunity to abuse their powers… That is why the search scenario that was depicted in our class reading should be…
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Impression Evidence
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“Impression evidences are objects or materials that have retained the characteristics of other objects that have been physically pressed against them.” (Ashcroft, John., Daniels, Deborah. J., & Hart, Sarah. V.… It includes fingerprints, footwear impressions, tire impressions, bite marks, firearms and tool marks. Bare foot impression, tire impression and…
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Law Evidence
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Improperly obtained evidence- The English Law in its fairness decides it is rational to exclude improperly obtained evidence so England's policy was to include the evidence regardless of the source or how it was obtained. The most frequently quoted authority was the 1861 decision of R v Leatham where Crompton J said it mattered not how you get it, if you steal it even it would be admissible in evidence (Osborn,1).…
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