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For questions concerning evidence - including the handling of evidence, rejection or admittance of evidence in a court of law, and serving evidence in civil matters.

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Whether evidence is admissible in court or not doesn't depend on whether it conforms to any standard, compliance, or certification. Those factors may affect how strong the evidence is (i.e how … convincing it is), but those factors don't determine whether the evidence may be used at all. Different jurisdictions have different rules, but in most places, as long as the evidence is relevant to the …
answered Aug 17 by Shazamo Morebucks
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evidence of an expert witness, say with regards to the mathematical likelihood of an event happening. But rest assured such evidence is not law. Law isn't something you bring to court as evidence. …
answered Aug 22 '17 by Shazamo Morebucks
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Mens rea is to crime as inquiry is to a line of questioning. I believe that would be a good start. Mens rea describes the "guilty" state of mind a person has when they do an action which is implied …
answered Mar 1 '17 by Shazamo Morebucks
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A store is allowed to ban anyone from service, for any reason (except for discriminatory reasons, e.g. racism, sexism etc). The store is private property, and reserve the absolute right to deny entry …
answered Apr 26 '17 by Shazamo Morebucks