Definition of Rule of evidence

1. Noun. (law) a rule of law whereby any alleged matter of fact that is submitted for investigation at a judicial trial is established or disproved.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rule Of Evidence

rule
rule-based
rule-book
rule-books
rule-governed
rule-of-thumb
rule OK
rule against perpetuities
rule book
rule books
rule in
rule nisi
rule of bigeminy
rule of coss
rule of cy pres
rule of evidence (current term)
rule of grammar
rule of law
rule of morphology
rule of nines
rule of outlet
rule of reason
rule of recognition
rule of the road
rule of thirds
rule of thumb
rule on
rule out
rule over
rule the roost

Literary usage of Rule of evidence

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1. A Preliminary Treatise on Evidence at the Common Law by James Bradley Thayer (1898)
"the great, overtopping pre-eminence of this supposed rule of evidence. Repeating the expressions of earlier writers and judges, to the effect that " there ..."

2. A Preliminary Treatise on Evidence at the Common Law by James Bradley Thayer (1898)
"the great, overtopping pre-eminence of this supposed rule of evidence. Repeating the expressions of earlier writers and judges, to the effect that " there ..."

3. A Preliminary Treatise on Evidence at the Common Law by James Bradley Thayer (1898)
"the great, overtopping pre-eminence of this supposed rule of evidence. ... to the effect that " there is but one gsneral rule of evidence, the best that the ..."

4. Principles of Contract: Being a Treatise on the General Principles by Sir Frederick Pollock (1885)
"We are now concerned with a general rule of evidence, and the modifications effected in some of its results partly by special rules of construction and ..."

5. A Selection of Cases on Evidence at the Common Law by James Bradley Thayer (1900)
"THERE is a rule of evidence which forbids, as regards solemn documents, the use of direct extrinsic expressions of the writer's intention, ..."

6. The Principles of the Law of Evidence: With Elementary Rules for Conducting by William Mawdesley Best, John Archibald Russell, Appleton Morgan (1882)
"86 2. Relating to evidence extra causam .... 86 3. Rules of forensic pro^f ...... 86 One general rule of evidence in causa—The best evidence must be given . ..."

7. A Treatise on the Law of Evidence by Simon Greenleaf (1899)
"So that the exclusion of such declarations in the process of interpretation seems to be explainable, not as a rule of evidence affecting interpretation, ..."

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