Prepositions after Adjectives – see what prepositions are generally used after it in English.
– But it’s not admissible in court.
– Such tests, however, are not admissible in court.
– Remaining will be admissible in 3rd or 4th quarters.
– The WGA’s Document Registry although admirable, is not admissible in a court of law.
– In addition, the laws should be updated to make electronic data admissible in court.
– But a blood test (not admissible in a California Court at the time) proved otherwise.
– Any evidence obtained from evidence preservation efforts should be admissible in the subsequent court proceeding.
– A tribunal can use any information available to it, even if it would not normally be admissible in a court of law.
– The prosecution also disputes that the birth certificate is admissible in its present form without calling proper.
– Any statement given freely and voluntarily without any compelling influences is, of course, admissible in evidence.
– Three, you must be admissible to the United States.
– DNA, evidences are not admissible to the syariah court.
– Government Officer of the State is also admissible to a Member.
– Whether two qualification grants admissible to him for these two qualifications? No.
– At the port-of-entry, the officer will first decide if the person is admissible to Canada.
– Be medically and criminally admissible to Canada under their immigration and refugee protection act.
– You would also not be admissible to the United States, and could be put on the next flight back to the Philippines.
– The chairman or member shall be entitled to such medical benefits as are admissible to a class I Government servant.
– Is transportation allowance admissible to officer on their posting to IMTRAT, Project Dantak Bhutan, UN Missions? No.
– Please select an alternate choice that interests you in the event that you are not directly admissible to Communication.
– Be otherwise admissible under U.
– No refund shall be admissible under such circumstances.
– Most of us believe abortion is admissible under certain conditions.
– Various kinds of evaluative reports are admissible under federal statutes: 7 U.
– To sanction TA and DA to Bureau and committee members as admissible under the regulations.
– As a result, evidence of a former co-accused in an earlier trial may be admissible under s.
– Indeed this document is a photocopy and, therefore, it is not admissible under section 66 of the Evidence Act Cap.
– Thus, it appears that the records of many institutions or groups might not be admissible under the House amendments.
– The Government contends that this evidence is admissible under the applicable Rules of Evidence and relevant caselaw.
– Evidence that on a previous occasion she had similarly tried to blackmail him would be admissible under this exception.
– But CEA is not admissible for Pre-school/playschool.
– It is admissible for the dictionary to contain similar words.
– No reimbursement is admissible for baggage/scooter or car conveyed by the wife.
– Additional relaxation of (a) 5 years for PH candidates is admissible for posts at Sr.
– No Traveling Allowance will be admissible for attending written test at the respective centres.
– The evidence was held admissible for the purpose of identifying the plaintiff as the target of the libel.
– Enhanced family pension admissible for seven years or up to age of 67 for those age of superannuation is 60 years.
– Nor does the amendment prevent an expert from relying on information that is inadmissible for substantive purposes.
– This facility is, however, not admissible for the import of goods which are directly shipped from the ACU member countries.
– However, it is considered that statements on affidavit should only be admissible for this reason when made from personal knowledge.
– Their narrations are not admissible as proof to substantiate any claim.
– In civil cases, an offer of compromise by the accused is admissible as an implied admission of guilt.
– Fingerprint evidence is admissible as long as it is not oppressively obtained: Carr 1972 1 NSWLR 608.
– Secondly, records may be admissible as admissions if they are adverse to the case of the party making them.
– Her out-of-court statements, whenever made, would be admissible as if they had been made by any other person.
– An out-of-court statement should be admissible as evidence of the facts therein when no objection is made to its admission.
– Personality conflicts An unhealthy work atmosphere caused by personality conflicts is not admissible as a psychological injury.
– Public Documents and Published Works A variety of documents classified as public documents are admissible as evidence of the facts stated in them.
– If such a statement is admissible as evidence of the facts stated therein there should be no restrictions on how a witness may be questioned about it.
– Under the present law, an out-of-court statement of a child, like that of any other person, is generally inadmissible as evidence of the facts asserted.
– These observations would be admissible at trial to prove impairment: R.
– At one of those hearings, Gaughan said the new testimony would be admissible at trial, sources said.
– Illinois passed the hearsay law in 2008, making the evidence admissible at trials in rare circumstances.
– The evidence presented at the Judicial Settlement Conference was not admissible at the subsequent proceedings.
– It is considered that an out-of-court statement of any party adverse to another’s case should not be admissible at all unless the maker testifies.
– The accused appealed against a pre-trial ruling that certain evidence relating to the importation on 8 January was admissible at his pending trial.
– We think it necessary in passing to refer to the misconception that anything which a witness may have stated in a first information is per se admissible at a trial.
– SIAC had to answer two questions, set out at paragraph 54: i) Irrespective of the means by which they were obtained, are the impugned statements now admissible at all under Article 148.
– Under the English Civil Evidence Act 1968 previous statements of a witness are generally only admissible at the conclusion of his examination-in-chief and then only with the leave of the court.
– The High Court addressed this issue in Papakosmas v The Queen, 99 emphasising that the mere fact that evidence would not have been admissible at common law does not of itself create unfair prejudice.
– Admissibility Declared admissible on 8 June 2010.
– The court firstly decides if the case is admissible on the merits.
– He also thought: such evidence was not admissible on the charge of July 6.
– Why? Travelling charges for travelling within city limits are not admissible on LTC.
– Qualification Grant will be admissible only for the course for which study leave was granted.
– In fact, time-bar aspect is having an overriding effect even if the refund is admissible on merit.
– The balance in the account will continue to earn interest at normal rate as admissible on PPF account till the account is closed.
– If that fails, it may be possible to argue that the questioning and evidence should nevertheless be admissible on the principle established in R v.
– The only point for our present determination is, whether that evidence was legally admissible on the ground that the facts disclosed in it were relevant to the subsequent charges.
– Both of these explanations are admissible on grammatical grounds; for such passages as Genesis 15:14 and Joel 3:4 show very clearly that the participle is also used for the future.
– Hearsay evidence is admissible against the applicant.
– The evidence found by Transport Canada during its inspection was therefore admissible against the pilot.
– Is this confession admissible against A? Give your answer referring to the relevant provision of the Evidence Act.
– If the information is non-confessional, it is admissible against the accused as an admission U/S 18/21 of the Indian Evidence Act and is relevant.
– In Ireland maps made by a predecessor of a landlord have been held admissible against a person claiming under a lease subsequently executed by him.
– Exception: When a person joins a conspiracy after its formation, he thereby adopts the previous acts of the conspirators which are admissible against him.
– Descriptions of past events for example are not made in furtherance of the common design and are therefore not admissible against anyone other than the maker.
– His complaint was deemed admissible by the Garda Ombudsman.
– Of course, later registers kept pursuant to statute are admissible by virtue of those statutes.
– Livermore edits, because they hold more advanced social ideas than are considered admissible by the clique of which she is chief.
– The rule provides that evidence obtained through a violation of the Fourth Amendment is generally not admissible by the prosecution during the defendant’s criminal trial.
– The application was declared admissible by the European Court but the applicant was subsequently released from detention and reached a friendly settlement with the state.
– These tribunals were set up to judge foreigners suspected of terrorism, and no proof which could invalidate such charges is admissible by either civil or military tribunals.
– Supreme Court has determined that evidence obtained in violation of the Fourth Amendment is generally not admissible by the prosecution during the defendant’s criminal trial.
– In England the courts have resisted efforts to extend the common law rule making public documents admissible to cover certain modern public records which are not admissible by statute.
– Out-of-court statements admissible by virtue of specific statutory provisions such as the Bankers ‘ Books Evidence Acts 1879 and 1959 should not be affected by the proposed legislation.
– Learned treatises are generally admissible by virtue of rule 803(18) and judgments of previous convictions are evidence of any fact essential to sustain the judgment under rule 803(22).
– Is the Transport Allowance admissible during study leave? No Q.
– Is Para Allowance admissible during Course of Instruction? Yes, it is admissible during Course of Instruction.
– Is flying allowance admissible with Siachen Allowance? No.
– Then the record should be admissible without requiring such testimony.
– Transport allowance is admissible within Indian geographic limits as per classification of city.
– Instead of a mandatory rule of exclusion we therefore propose that such statements only be admissible with the leave of the court.
– Then the record should be admissible without requiring such testimony.
– S2 and S4 are admissible without proof of due execution and authentication.
– The Evidence Act, 1967 needs to be amended to make such evidence admissible without ambiguity.
– It seems clear therefore that S 4 is admissible without proof of its due execution and authentication.
– Clearly under section 85 of the evidence ordinance S2 is admissible without proof of due execution and authentication.
– Statements made by persons authorized to make and keep registers in the course of their duties become a part of the register and such statements are admissible without proof.