Rules and Principles of Evidence
Evidence is based on common law principles and is concerned with proof to determine the facts in issue. Evidence consists of facts, testimony, documents and physical exhibits legally admissible to prove or disprove the matter under inquiry. Evidence is concerned with the kind of facts, which can be proved, and the manner in which they are proved in a court of law.
CLEARLY DESCRIBE THE TYPES OF EVIDENCE USED IN COURT
This is evidence which the court can experience for itself. Real evidence is used to refer to any form of evidence which at its production calls…
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