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LIST OF LEGAL PRINCIPLES

Law 4: Criminal Evidence


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Evidence
Trial by Ordeal
Trial by Combat
Trial by Warfare
Rules of Probative Policy
Exclusionary Rules
Preferential Rules
Analytical rules
Prophylactic rules
Quantitative Rules
Rules of Extrinsic Policy
Factum Probandum
Factum Probans
Direct Evidence
Circumstantial Evidence
Positive Evidence
Negative Evidence
Primary Evidence
Secondary Evidence
Conclusive Evidence
Prima Facie Evidence
Cumulative Evidence
Corroborative Evidence
Documentary Evidence
Testimonial Evidence
Object Evidence
Rebuttal Evidence
Relevancy
Admissibility
Competency
Probative Value
Materiality
Legal Relevancy
Rational Relevancy
Exclusionary Rule Principle
Doctrine of the Fruit of Poisonous
Tree
Independent Source Doctrine
Attenuation Doctrine
Doctrine of Inevitable Discovery
Multiple Admissibility
Conditional Admissibility
Curative Admissibility
Policy of Liberality
Non Alegata Non Proba
Judicial Notice
Mandatory Judicial Notice
Discretionary Judicial Notice
Processual Presumption Principle
Judicial Admission
Admission
Authentication
Proof of Identity
Proof of Integrity
Proof of Identity and Integrity
Chain of Custody in drug cases
Daubert Test
Vallejo Test
Demonstrative Evidence

Documentary Evidence
Document
Original Document
Electronic Document
Best Evidence Rule
Gregorio Doctrine
Secondary Evidence
Parole Evidence
Principle of Integration of Jural Acts
Ancient Documents
Ambiguity
Patent Ambiguity
Intermediate Ambiguity
Intrinsic Ambiguity
Testimonial Evidence
Witness
Testimonial Quality of Perception
Testimonial Quality of Memory
Testimonial Quality of Narration
Testimonial Quality of Sincerity
Credibility of A witness
Competency of a witness
Absolute Incapacity of a witness
Partial/Relative Incapacity of a
witness
Voir Dire Examination
Privileged Communication
Marital Disqualification Rule
Dead Man's Statute/ Survivorship
Disqualification Rule
Executive Privileged
Sub Judice Rule
Spousal Privileged Communication
Disqualification Rule/ Spousal
Privileged
Lawyer-Client Privileged
Physician-Patient Privileged
Priest-Penitent Privileged (Seal of the
Confessional)
Doctrine of Work-Product
Informant's Privileged
Testimonial Privileged/Parental and
Filial
Privileged
Admission
Extrajudicial Admission
Offer of Compromise
Res Inter Alios Acta Rule
Vicarious Admissions
Adoptive Admission
Confession
Judicial Confession
Extrajudicial Confession
Non-custodial Confession
Custodial Confession
Previous Conduct Rule
Unaccepted Offer
Hearsay Rule
Dying Declaration

Declaration Against Interest


Pedigree
Common Reputation
Res Gestae
Res Ipsa Loquitur
Spontaneous Statements
Verbal Acts/Contemporaneous
Statements
Entries Made in the Course of
Business
Commercial List and the Like
Learned Treaties
Testimony or Deposition in former
Proceeding
Opinion Evidence
Lay Opinion
Expert Opinion
Qualifying the Expert
Expert Witness
Expert Testimony
Character Evidence
Friendly Witness
Hostile Witness
Burden of Proof
Presumption
Burden of Persuasion/Risk of Non
Persuasion
Burden of Evidence/Burden of Going
Forward
Praesumption Legis
Preasumption Hominis
Juris Tantum
Juris Et De Jure
Conclusive Presumption
Estoppel in Pais
Estoppel Against a Tenant
Examination of a witness
Proponent
Opponent
Leading Question
Direct Examination
Cross-Examination
Re-Direct Examination
Re-Cross Examination
Impeachment
Offer of Testimony
Misleading Questions
Reviving memory of witness
Weight of Evidence
Sufficiency of Evidence
Proof beyond Reasonable Doubt
Clear and Convincing Proof
Preponderance of Evidence
Substantial Evidence
Equipoise Rule/Equiponderance of
Evidence
Perpetuation of Testimony