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It depends on the case. I would think not, because this is only evidence that you were at the scene of a crime, it does not mean you actually did anything bad or illegal. Most likely they can say you are a witness and or suspect, but that is not engough solid evidence to put you in jail. There needs to be something to directly link you with the illegal act (video tape, witness, etc.).
Bacteria can act as a "enzyme" :)
act normally means to not be dignosed with a something that makes you not act normally
The act of retaining something can simply be the act of remembering things or the power to remember. It can also be the simple act of holding onto something for future use.
it was a act made in 1902 ;)
Because knowledge is based on evidence, perception is not. (Although that does depend on the interpretation of the wrod "perception")
1. (n.)educationthe act or process of imparting or acquiring general knowledge and of developing the powers of reasoning and judgment.
Factual guilt is when someone is guilty of an act, but not found guilty in court.Technical (procedural) guilt is when someone is guilt of an act and found guilty in court.
This answer is from the dictionary. The act or process of imparting or acquiring general knowledge, developing the powers of reasoning and judgment, and generally of preparing oneself or others intellectually for mature life. That is what it means.
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At its most basic studying is the act of learning about a subject or subjects.Thinking is more problematic and more of a philosophical question. It could be the act of integrating new knowledge to fit with what is already known, solving a problem through deductive reasoning or simply considering the beauty of a panorama.What I do is think, I have no idea what you do.
The definition of "Evidence" in the Indian Evidence Act, 1872, is in itself complete. The expression of the word in the Act is inclusive rather than conclusive. The Act in interpreting "Evidence" is relatively indicative of ascertainment of the magnitude of appreciation of the evidence. It is expressed in the Act as signification of the words uttered and things exhibited by witnesses before a Court of Justice. The definition of "Evidence" covers (a) the evidence of witnesses, and (b) documentary evidence. It does not cover everything that Court has before it. "Evidence" is adduced to prove or disprove any fact the truth of which is submitted to judicial investigation. Thus, mere inclusion of something as evidence without significance of its exhibition to establish logical inference of facts existence can be regarded as inconclusive interpretation of the expression.
An unsafe act (of a criminal conviction) is based on inadequate evidence
this is very simple.act of human means that either the will or knowledge is absent while human act is the complete presence of the will and the knowledge.
Knowledge and desire
Speculation is defined as an act done without any knowledge and understanding with the sole object of positive results. It is more of a conjecture without any firm evidence. Investment on the other hand is a subject of deep understanding and based on logical or evidence based decision.
NO, because as per as my knowledge there is no such act.