SUPPRESSION HEARING: A hearing to determine whether or not the court will prohibit specific evidence from being introduced into evidence in a trial. See also, Dunaway Hearing, Huntley Hearing, Mapp Hearing, Sandoval Hearing, Wade Hearing.
suppression hearing - A hearing on a criminal defendant's motion to prohibit the prosecutor's use of evidence alleged to have been obtained in violation of the defendant's rights. This hearing is held outside of the presence of the jury, either prior to or at trial.
Suppression Hearing - A hearing concerning a criminal defendantís motion to prohibit the use of certain evidence that is alleged to have been obtained in violation of the defendantís rights.
[Latin] : earlier in this writing : above [in the discussion ] used in books, articles, and cases to refer the reader to previous pages, sections, or footnotes of the text or previous citations of ...
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See also: Serve, Guilty, Accused, Action, Reports