Admissibility of Evidence Sample Clauses

Admissibility of Evidence. Any evidence obtained in the course of an investigation through the use of administrative pressures, threats, lies, coercion, or promises shall not be admissible in any subsequent criminal action or disciplinary hearing. However, explaining to a member that potential corrective and/or discipline action could result if the member continues to refuse to answer questions or participate in an investigation shall not be construed as administrative pressures, threats, lies, coercion, or promises.
Admissibility of Evidence. Any admission or evidence of guilt to a Departmental charge(s) obtained through administrative pressure, coercion, or threat relating to disclosure of a member's personal affairs unrelated to the charge(s) or relating to administrative promise of employment benefit will not be admissible in any subsequent hearing of Departmental charges. However, notification to a member that potential corrective action, including demotion, suspension, or removal, could result if the member continues to refuse to answer questions or cooperate in any internal investigation shall not be construed as administrative pressure, coercion, or threat; a member who gives evidence, testifies in a hearing of Departmental charges or a hearing or trial of criminal charge(s) in return for not charging or for reducing charges against the member who testifies shall not be construed as administrative promise of employment benefit for purposes of this section.
Admissibility of Evidence. Evidence of anything said or any admission made in the course of any dispute resolution procedure shall not be admissible in evidence in any civil action between the parties. In addition, no document prepared for the purpose of, or in the course of, or pursuant to, the dispute resolution procedure, or copy thereof, shall be admissible in evidence in any civil action between the parties. However, the admissibility of evidence shall not be limited if both parties consent to disclosure of the evidence.
Admissibility of Evidence. Any relevant evidence shall be admitted if it is the type of evidence on which responsible persons are accustomed to rely in the conduct of serious affairs, regardless of the existence of any common law or statutory rule which might make improper the admission of such evidence over the objection in civil actions in courts of competent jurisdictions in this state.
Admissibility of Evidence. In any hearing, admissibility of evidence will be governed by the rules of evidence applicable in the superior court of North Carolina at the time of the hearing. The chairperson of the hearing panel will rule on the admissibility of evidence, subject to the right of any member of the panel to question the ruling. If a member of the panel challenges a ruling relating to admissibility of evidence, the question will be decided by a majority vote of the hearing panel.
Admissibility of Evidence. Production of evidence may be permitted to proof that a disease not listed in the schedule issued under Article 29 of this Proclamation is of occupational origin, and that a disease listed in the schedule has been manifested in different symptoms from those indicated therein.
Admissibility of Evidence. The PRB is not bound by the rules of evidence as contained within the Wisconsin Statutes. Irrelevant, immaterial, or unduly repetitious evidence will be excluded. Hearsay evidence will be admissible and given whatever weight or credence the PRB members wish such evidence to have. However, the PRB will not rely on uncorroborated hearsay evidence alone to sustain a finding. Summaries of records shall not be admissible as evidence unless the records from which the summaries are compiled are available for examination by opposing parties and the PRB members. A hearing may be delayed for purposes of allowing opposing parties to view the records upon which the summaries are compiled
Admissibility of Evidence. Relevant, material and reliable evidence shall be admitted. Irrelevant, immaterial, unre- liable and unduly repetitious evidence shall be excluded.
Admissibility of Evidence. The hearing shall not be conducted according to rules of evidence. Hearsay evidence shall not be excluded merely because it constitutes hearsay. Any relevant evidence shall be admitted if it is the sort of evidence on which responsible persons are accustomed to rely in the conduct of serious affairs, regardless of the admissibility of such evidence in a court of law. The guiding principle shall be that the record contains information sufficient to allow the Board to decide whether the individual is qualified for appointment and clinical privileges.ARTICLE IV - PART C:
Admissibility of Evidence. The defendants also assign as error the trial court's admitting into evidence a copy of the revoked will which Henry Linker executed when the antenuptial agreement was signed. Defendants' objection appears to be twofold. First, there was no basis in the pleading for the admission of the will; and second, the will was immaterial. R.C.P.Colo. 8(f) provides that: 'All pleadings shall be so construed as to do substantial justice.' The plaintiff, in paragraph X of her complaint, alleged that [28 Colo.App. 136] '* * * in view of all the circumstances, the antenuptial agreement was not fair, equitable or reasonable * * *.' The will was certainly part of the circumstances surrounding the execution of the antenuptial agreement. It was therefore material and in conformity with the pleadings. The judgment is affirmed. COYTE and DWYER, JJ., concur.