- A confession made in court is of greater importance than all proof.
- All the evidence points to arson.
- At the trial, all witnesses are required to attend the court.
- Discovery is the process of uncovering each party’s documents to the other before a hearing starts.
- He attempted to rebuild the assertions made by the prosecution witness.
- His case was not helped by the evidence of the expert witness.
- Inadmissible hearsay evidence was expunged from the report.
- Is there enough evidence to prosecute?
- Just because evidence is relevant does not mean that it is admissible.
- Most people are competent to give evidence.
- None of the aforementioned evidence shall serve as the basis of establishment of facts before it has been ascertained and verified.
- Reliabitity of eyewitness evidence is never absolute.
- She was ruled a hostile witness by the judge.
- The chief method is to take depositions of parties and witnesses.
- The confession was not admitted in court, because the accused claimed it had been extorted.
- The evidence of the wife conflicts with that of her husband.
- The new evidence changed the direction of the hearing.
- The objection is sustained, and the witness will not answer the question.
- The onus of proof is on the plaintiff.
- The people’s court shall collect and examine evidence comprehensively and objectively.
- The testimony of one witness is equivalent to the testimony of none.
- The witness’s evidence is a mass of contradictions.
- The witness’s statement does not agree with that of the accused.
- The witness was unable to provide corroboration f what he had told the police.
- There can be no application of the parole evidence rule unless there is a written contract.
- We are waiting for the judge to rule on the admissibility of the defense evidence.
- Which evidence will prevail.
- Witnesses are weighed, not numbered.
- Witnesses must testify in person and be subject to cross-examination.
- You have the right to remain silent, but anything you say can be used against you in the court.