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silent witness theory

noun silent witness the·o·ry

Legal Definition of silent witness theory

  1. :  a theory or rule in the law of evidence: photographic evidence (as photographs or videotapes) produced by a process whose reliability is established may be admitted as substantive evidence of what it depicts without the need for an eyewitness to verify the accuracy of its depiction


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